I wanted to share photos of a few of my plants.
N. maxima wavy leaf
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This has gotten a little out of date - decided to move the list to a google sheet - check it out here.
Mexican and hybrids
• P. agnata (scented flower) *
• P. agnata (true blue) *
• P. agnata 'El Lobo' *
• P. ANPA A
• P. cyclosecta
• P. cyclosecta x emarginata
im looking for the more free flowering white flowers instead of the blue flower. if memory services me right, the white flowers alittle more than the blue.
If you have this please let me know to work out a trade.
Things I've got
alicea "silvermine (?)", strap-leaf form
anglica “Alakai Swamp”
x "Andromeda (BCP cross of D. prolifera x schizandra)
binata "Waihohonu Desert"
burmannii: Humpty-Doo, Hann River, Hong Kong Red
capensis "big pink", red...
Very new to carnivorous plants, but have just fallen in love with bladderworts and have been a long time fan of pitcher plants.
Currently doing a lot of research and planning so I can fill a large demijohn I've had for some time and this seems like a great venue to gain some knowledge as well...
Hi Guys! I'm new to the forum, and somewhat new to carnivorous plants... sandersonii and a few beginner drosera. However I recently moved from California to North Carolina and did not bring the plants with me, so I will be looking to restart my collection out here.
This is what I'm growing out at the moment:
"Lady Luck" from Borneo Exotics
(I used to grow more Nep's but they grew way too large for my setup so I found a grower friend to adopt them)
H. minor var. minor (FTS)
H. minor var. minor "Big Orange"
H. heterodoxa x...
WTB: WTB: Utricularia
I gave my collection away a few years ago when I moved to Utah and I think it's time to rebuild. I picked up U. sandersonii last weekend but I haven't been able to reach the grower I gave most of my collection to, so I'm now looking to buy.
High on my want list are...
Mike's Grow List and Wish List
Extra 2016 Seed for Trade or Giveaway
Byblis liniflora (Limited Quantity)
Drosera aliciae (Limited Quantity)
Drosera binata "Coromandel NZ" (Small Red T Form)
Drosera burmannii "Green"
Drosera capensis "Alba"
Drosera capensis "Giant" x Self
After a long pause growing plants I recently started againin January 2016. Hopefully the spring will allow me to ramp up slowly and see what species I can grow outside without much trouble.
- D. californica
- D. muscipula typical form
- D. muscipula (sprouted)...
Last update: 3/7/18
If you have any suggestions for ways to improve the organization of my growlist, please let me know!
Byblis guehoi, West Kimberley
Byblis lamellata, Eneabba, WA, BCP S064
D. muscipula typical
D. anglica Kanaele Bog, Kauai, HI
D. anglica near Lake Constance, Germany
D. "burkeana" (most likely not!)
D. capensis albino
D. capensis broad leaf [pictures]
D. capensis typical
As the title says, I'm looking for D. linearis. Doesn't have to even be a mature plant. Seeds, seedlings, strikes, or even fresh cuttings are welcome; I can root them myself. Just looking to own a specimen or two of the species.
I have a few things to trade, but not much.