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  1. P

    Does anyone here have, or have you tried any of these plants?? Red Aldrovanda,

    Hi, I am curious about whether anyone here has attempted to grow red Aldrovanda, Australian or Hungarian, and were you successful? They seem to be for the most part, unobtanium. Other attempts to find out and or obtain some have been unsuccessful or are stalled. While on the subject, does...
  2. FloridaCP

    FloridaCP's growlist

    Hey everyone. I finally got around to typing up a list for you all. I'm pretty sure I got everything but not 100% sure. Also keep in mind I work in a greenhouse where we've got over 300 species of plants ranging from orchids, ferns, tropical fruits, cactus, ethnobotanicals and more. So if you're...
  3. Lil Stinkpot

    Wanted: tropical Utrics

    I would like some U. humboldtii, and if you happen to have some U. nelumbifolia, I'll add N. thorellii x witteii. Will trade rooted cuttings of N. ventricosa red and N. ventrata, as well as a cutting of N. alata green and a cutting of N. spectabilis. Here are more Utrics of interest, but...
  4. w03

    William's Very Small grow list

    William (complete reboot) Hm, the original title isn't so fitting anymore... UPDATE 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...
  5. Lil Stinkpot

    Katie's List:

    Aldrovanda vesiculosa A. vesiculosa green tropical * Darlingtonia D. californica coastal* D. californica mountain Dionaea D. muscipula 'Dentate' D. muscipula SECC Green Swamp form Drosera D. admirabilis D. binata* D. burmanii green D. burmanii...
  6. Jefforever

    Jeff's Updated 2-12-07

    Jeff's Updated Growlist Utricularia: Orchidioides: Alpina "Pitter Moon Form" - Pyro Alpina - Pyro Alpina - Crystal --> Colieo Asplundii - Ice Dragon Quelchii "Mount Wei" - Jeff Quelchii x Humboldtii - Jeff Quelchii x Praetermissa - Jeff Iperua: Humboldtii - Rattler_mt Nelumbifolia - Jeff...
  7. JMurphy97

    Questions about plants

    I have a list of plants and a empty 10 gallon tank. I'm thinking of some neons and a betta for sure. For the substrate I'm using eco-complete. For this list of plants would 30 watts be ok? Some of these have a light rating of 10 so let me know what you think. I will also have a co-2 canister...
  8. G

    Any chance of finding any of the following?

    A few Utricularia I would reallly like to own.. U. arenarea/arenaria see it spelled both ways.. U. firmula U. livida var. Mexico giant U. menziesii U. microcalyx U. pentadactyla U. simplex U. simulans
  9. Finch

    Whats the most annoying think you can do

    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...
  10. kayaker78

    Still looking for utrics

    Im running short of spare plants to trade, but Utrics do grow fast.  Plants with a * next to them are currently available for trade.  I also have 2 1/2" pots, I can sent them out of to 90 in a box. Also looking for pings Utricularia Grow list- U. alpina U. amythstina U...
  11. kayaker78

    2 1/2" plastic pots for trade

    I have tons of 2 1/2" pots to trade for any plants i dont have! Im primarily looking for Utrics I dont have, also mexican pings and drosera. I know everyone can use these!   My grow list (pm me for updates): Cephalotus follicularis Drosera 1. D. aliciae {seed} 2. D. anglica {seed} 3. D...
  12. D

    New plants.

    Like Pyro, I feel the need to share the news of my new acquisitions, and no one around here really cares (and by "around here", I mean within a hundred mile radius). Today I got U. odorata, nelumbifolia, fulva, simulans, resupinata and pentadactyla (I've been assured its the real thing, but I...