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1) Opening bid:$1
2) As many cuttings of Callisia repens as can fit in a small prepaid usps fixed-rate box. Also known has creeping inch plant, or Bolivian Jew, this subtropical plant makes for great ground cover or a hanging basket. Easy to propagate - just throw it in dirt and water - it is...
Hello you all.
I am a brazilian biologist and I am running my doctoral research on the floristics, ecology and conservation of the Paraná State (southern Brazil) carnivorous plants.
During my fieldwork , I found a new aquatic Utricularia species. The closest species is Utricularia striata, and...
I have been asked for my growlist many times and I am really bad about keeping one so here goes (As of this posting this list is incomplete and only includes my Aldrovanda, Genliseas and Utricularias).
My Interests in the Carnivorous plant world
I've been trying to find G. flexuosa and aurea...or even violacea, pygmaea, filiformis, repens, etc. Anything (other than G. hispidula) that isn't insanely difficult to grow. Feel free to PM me if anyone would like to trade, I have a few interesting items to offer.
I have some seeds, never grown these before so all new...
Is there any that I need to do ... prior or best method to germinate...
As much advise welcome so I can start these off growing many thanks Noddy
William (complete reboot)
Hm, the original title isn't so fitting anymore...
Lots of changes, lost lots of plants moving back between college... but lots survived too! Also some cool new species, including one that's been on my want list for a while.
New stuff from BCP is here...
I have G. violacea 'giant', G. hispidula and G. lobata I can offer in trade. I also have some Catopsis berteroniana (carnivorous bromeliad) seeds, Drosophyllum seeds, and some Drosera pauciflora, D. moorei, D. venusta, and D. peltata gracilis seeds. Please PM me if you are interested in making a...
Steve (Bugweed) was shocked and dismayed when I told him that my growlist was not online, so here it is.
If interested in a plant, please feel free to contact me, preferably via email. I may not have a spare, but can always add it to my list of plants to propagate.
(edited 9 21 06; quite a...
Hello to all,
Seeds of the magnificent D.meristocaulis as well as other S.American Drosera, Utrics, Genlisea & Heliamphora are now available for sale from two sources. Other than having the chance to grow these incredible plants, you will also be contributing directly to help pay for the...
I will go first (question is the topic and description)
The most anoying thing iv done [here] probably would be spinning toppics off in bazare directions (leading to their ineveieble death) wich is quite uswful for me at times- not that iv ever done it on purpouse
The other would be listing...
Well, its been a while. About 4 months later, and probably a million fish/plant/algae/etc. articles down the road, my tank is finaly established (or close enough). This wasn't to hard, mainly because I already had the lighting, and tank already down. Here are some specs:
I see people sharing their methods for growing Genlisea in another thread, so I thought I would chip in. I have never had any problem growing them, except for the fact that I find it necessary to transplant them if I want growth to continue. I believe this is similar to Utrics where its good to...
I had a very nice weekend. I recieved a package from Mr. Rice and in it was:
And 5 clones of his calycifida cultivars:
U. 'Lavinia Whateley'
U. 'Mrs Marsh'
U. 'Asenath Waite'
Now all I have to do is figure out where to put them all