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I have had a lot of time one my hands :-))
- Brocchinia reducta
- B. guehoi
- B. liniflora
- B. filifolia x guehoi
- C. follicularis (a beautiful plant from Nauz)
- D. californica
- D. californica seed grown...
Berries are ripening on my plant all the time. I'll mail out all the seeds that are ready to go when the auction closes (probably 20+). They germinate fast, and may start while in transit. I'll cover shipping in a regular old envelope with live sphagnum for padding. Bidding starts at $1.
I'm looking for Ant Plants along the lines of:
and other easy ant plants.
I'm looking for Tree Ferns, species such as:
I have a variety of plants and animals to...
First the Ant Ferns.
Lecanopteris sinuosa mounted with a Vittaria species.
Close up of the caudex.
Close up of the developing fruit.
Close up of the caudex.
These are the natural holes in the caudex that the ants will...
I'm looking to round out my ant plant collection. Hydnophytum simplex doesn't seem to be very common in the US (it's easier to find in the UK) but maybe it has made its way over the ocean in recent years.
We can discuss what I have to trade in the rare event that someone owns and can part with...
S. Purpurea ssp. venosa
S. Rubra ssp. rubra x2
S. leucophylla X (S. oreophila X S. minor) (in cold stratification)
D. Capensis "alba"
D. Spatulata x6
D. Binata x2
D. Binata "multifida"
D. Adalae x3
D. Burmanii (germinating)
D. Intermedia "cuba"...
Check out this monster I picked up at the local orchid shop today
No way man, it's just not gonna fit!
Look at that multiheaded caudex
Now here's the blooms which emerge from these leperous lesions which form along the stem! :D
Upclose. The blooms are four...
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...
Outdated as of 12/13/15
Aldrovanda:A. vesiculosa (Japan)
Catopsis:C. beteroniana is actually C. morreniana so far as I know
D. 'Dentate Traps'
Fork Leaved:D. binata var. dichotoma "Giant"...
Hi everyone , I was wondering if anybody know any fish stores in the U.S. that sells Betta Rubra, these are very rare fish and are usually sold from Thialand. I also wanted to say that if anyone has this fish , please contact me and hopefully we can work this out. Any information...
i just got a ton of utrics in the mail from canada, and i've only heard of a couple of them. i was wondering if they all need similar care to the regualr utrics (like livida, subulata, etc, i know alpina is special ) and i was wondering if any of them are particularly rare.
I thought you all might be interested in seeing a list of what is possible to see down under. Does anyone know if any of the species on the first list are in cultivation, and if so which ones and how do I get you to send me some of them >;-I)>
Species on the second part of the list I have seen...
I have been reading one of my newest books CPs of New Zealand by Bruce Salmon and noticed that in the cultural information pertaining to Utricularia it states to plant Utrics at the edge of the pot.
I have planted mine in the center and they are slow to establish (had them a couple months now)...
Yesterday I received the following terrestrial utrics:
I mixed up a peat/sand planting medium and put it in 4" clear deli containers (so I can eventually see the bladders in the soil) at the moment the containers...