Now that I'm actively working to restore my CP collection, I'm giving serious thought, as to which Drosera to include first, in my newly regrowing collection. Of course, I've already started with Drosera regia 'Big Easy', Drosera schizandra, Drosera prolifera, and Drosera adelae. Through the...
D. Anglica Hawaii (sundewman)
D. Capensis "Albino"
D. Capensis "Red" (from bunboy)
D. Capensis "Typical"
D. Capensis "Broad leaf" (from SDCPs)
D. Ultramafica x Spatulata
D. Binita Dichtoma (from bunboy)
I recently acquired a leaky 2.6 gallon Top Fin aquarium (can't say no to free containers) and am wondering if it can be put to use somehow. I've searched far and wide on the web but all I find is information on nano planted tanks and the like.
My first thought was some species of Cyricosmus...
Hey everyone! I've been meaning to put up a trade list for a while and figured my birthday was as good a time as any lol! Any way up for trade I have:
2 x P. rotundiflora
3-4 full P. 'Sethos'
Several D. venusta
Several D. prolifera
Several Plants that I recieved seed form the ICPS labeled as D...
Edit: Pics are in post #6
I have been lucky to win a couple giveaways recently and that calls for a giveaway. U.S. only please. There will be one winner of a little assortment including a plug of D. capensis x spatulata and D. prolifera, flowering size D. spatuwhatisit, and a D. graomogolensis...
Hello folks. I grow Drosera "Andromeda" - schizandra x prolifera.
The cross, or at least my plants, shows incredibly hybrid vigor. I've only had this hybrid a short while, say a month and a half, and in this time I've moved. This hybrid hasn't skipped a beat. To my delight, it has doubled in...
I have the following available for trade, if anybody's interested... (Click on the photo to view larger)
1) D. muscipula 'wacky traps'
Update: 'wacky traps' is spoken for at this time, cheers...
2) D. muscipula 'FTS Shogun Star' (basically a really, really dentate clone.
Before I go the commercial route, just thought I'd check if anyone has enough for me to start an outside summer culture (prefer smaller species). They would seem to be a more benign alternative than the mosquito larvae I'm currently using.
As for possible trade material, this would obviously...
Chunk of Utricularia alpina - species with the reputation as being the easiest from section Orchidioides. For those unfamiliar with this species, here's a flower pic:
Postage should be less than $10.
This offer is open to everyone (with USA mailing address) but please do your own research so...
Once I was in a store and there was a corner in which some really strange plants were standing.
They shall eat meat or something like that and they are probably dangerous. No risc no fun. I took one of the glistening with the sticky leaves.
About 10 years later ......
I am looking to acquire the following:
Drosera filiformis "All Red" - I currently grow "Florida Red". I am told there is an All Red variety that doesn't go dormant and drops seeds that do not need stratification. If it exists, I want it. The Florida Red that I have does go through a brief...
Last hours entry!!
I miss not seeing them all available this year. :( Now you can have them!
Shipping to USA only, $6.00
I am offering up a baby of each of the 3 sisters!
1- D. schizandra about dime size
1- D. prolifera about quarter size
1- D. adelae about nickle size
I have one rare adult flowering sized Drosera Felix Tuku Muruku, Gran Sabana. It is a pretty big D. Felix that will flower this year and has already previously. Its about the size of a nickel.
Looking for Cephalotus,
Drosera Schizandra, Hamiltonii, Adalae, Prolifera, Ascendens, and other...
Grow list (6/29/2016 updated)
D. filiformis (temperate) - seed grown (ICPS seed bank)*
D. filiformis 'Florida all red' - seed grown*
D. binata [Coromandel, NZ] (warm temperate) - seed grown (ICPS seed bank)
D. binata f. multifida f. extrema*
D. binata ‘Marston Dragon'*