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  1. Benurmanii

    Benurmanii's New and Improved Grow List

    I have had a lot of time one my hands :-)) Bromeliads Genus Brocchinia - Brocchinia reducta Byblis Species - B. guehoi - B. liniflora Hybrids - B. filifolia x guehoi Cephalotus - C. follicularis (a beautiful plant from Nauz) Darlingtonia - D. californica - D. californica seed grown...
  2. SubRosa

    Drosera stolonifera

    First bloom on a plant I got last season:
  3. D

    H. Heterodoxa and N. ampullara x rafflesenia seedlings, Cephalotus rooted cuttings.

    I will trade rooted cephalotus cuttings, acclimated TC Nepenthes ampullaria x rafflesiana seedlings, or heliamphora heterodoxa seedlings for any of the following: Drosophyllum - offer received N. Bicalcarata N. Rajah N. Lowii N. Truncata N. Ampullaria - offer received N. Glabrata - offer...
  4. nimbulan

    Nimbulan's grow list

    Last update: 3/7/18 If you have any suggestions for ways to improve the organization of my growlist, please let me know! Byblis: Byblis gigantea Byblis guehoi, West Kimberley Byblis lamellata, Eneabba, WA, BCP S064 Cephalotus: Cephalotus follicularis Darlingtonia: Darlingtonia californica...
  5. Not a Number

    The Name Game - Part 3

    Allen Lowrie's Carnivorous Plants of Australia: Magnum Opus (2013) lists some 241 species of carnivorous plants at the time of publication. 163 of those are Drosera. Of these 29 are newly named. Some are new species formally described for the first time. Some were renamed as the "true" species...
  6. J.Gennaro

    Drosera peltata & auriculata Seed Give Away + Bonus

    Hello everyone, Joe here. This give away is for D. peltata (NZ), D. peltata 'pink flower' (NSW), & D. auriculata seeds. These seeds are a few years old but have been kept cold and should germinate no problem. I also have seeds of the other species listed below, but viability is uncertain. If the...
  7. Eric

    D. stolonifera flowering or fake?

    In December I purchased 30 or so seeds from Australia of D. stolonifera, and was able to germinate 3 plants. Through PM's to different members I tried to find out how long it usually took for the plants to begin their upright growth, or if this would not occur until a few years of growth. With...
  8. SubRosa

    Does Anyone Grow Any Cool Native Fruits?

    A chance to let your hometown represent! With all due respect to Randy and all those with more exotic tastes:usa2: My opener, Running Serviceberry, Amelanchier stolonifera in bloom. Flowers have a mild scent that is rose like, or maybe rose light! Take away most of the sweet component in the...
  9. Cthulhu138

    Tuberous Drosera

    After speaking with several members here among other growers, I have realized that there are more misconceptions about successfully growing these plants than I had thought. I wrote the care sheet below last year for the NECPS members to use as a guide for their cultivation and I hope that it can...
  10. N

    I have some Drosera a little advice if these types are hardy types

    Hi everyone I have some Cistiflora Capensis Stolonifera Binata Burkeana Burmanii Indica " Jacky,Jacky" Nidiformis Indica "White flower" Spathulata Your advise welcome as always. Noddy
  11. L

    Growlist of Lutz

    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 ...... Cephalotus Cephalotus...
  12. SubRosa

    Running Serviceberry - cbennett4041 $10

    Up for auction is a small specimen of Running Serviceberry, Amelanchier stolonifera. To those unfamiliar with Serviceberries, they're a NA native genus relatively unknown in the US, albeit fairly well known in Canada. Also known as Juneberries, Shadberries, and Saskatoons. They bear dark purple...
  13. rcl27

    Cody Lawson's (rcl27) Grow List

    Cephalotus: Cephalotus (typical) - Flytrapcare Cephalotus (typical) - carnivorousplantsshop.eu Cephalotus "Double Ribbed" - JCal Cephalotus "Emu Point" - JCal Cephalotus "Hummer's Giant" - JCal Cephalotus "Phil Mann" - JCal Cephalotus "Squat" - JCal Dionaea Muscipula: Dionaea "Typical" - Lowes...
  14. D

    Various Drosera seed wanted/hoped for :) Do you have these please?

    Hi I have been hunting around various seed selling web sites in the hope of expanding my meagre Drosera collection into something more exotic. Then it occurred to me that I ought to ask you guys first...yes?! Does anyone please have any of the following Droserae (or similar) and is willing...
  15. mksmith

    Carnivorous Plants of Western Australia | Christian Dietz and Claus-Juergen Lenz

    Carnivorous Plants of Western Australia Talk by Christian Dietz and Claus-Juergen Lenz Join Meadowview Biological Research Station for a talk by Christian Dietz and Claus-Juergen Lenz about their trip to Western Australia in 2011. They will lecture about the carnivorous plants they observed...
  16. Oregoncp

    A few more rotundifolia seed packs to trade

    I had really good luck with my last trade post for my extra rotundifolia seeds. I just collected the last few stocks I had in my mess of rotundifolia, and have 3 more packets of seeds to trade. Each packet will contain around 50 seeds. I am open to any offers for trades (seeds or plants)...
  17. D

    A few Ping species from seed

    If one has the patience to grow these plants from seed, it's an ecomonical way to add some interesting new mexi-pings to one's collection. Recently, i had a chance to again try my hand at germinating a few Pinguicula species from seed. And though the following pics are in no way stellar, as...
  18. mass

    Cephalotus "Vigorous Clumping" for trade.

    I took two leaf cuttings upon my plant's arrival, both are now showing top growth. One is already gone, the other is up for grabs. Looking for things on my want list. ;) ~WANTS~ Cephalotus Giants (Czech, German, Munich) Cephalotus 'Eden Black' D. 'Wacky Traps' D. aberrans D. alba D. ascendens...
  19. mass

    For Trade: N. 'Whisper' (Striped)

    I've got an unrooted cutting of N. 'Whisper' (Striped) for trade. If it roots before it trades, I'll have to reconsider what I'm looking for.. or if I even want to let it go. It's been in the rooting tank for 2 days and is still looking good. Cutting was taken by me from my own plant. It is...
  20. Rball

    HELP! Looking for info on growing these from seed

    OK soooooo im going to be growing a collection of plants all from seed and i have found some information on how to grow and tips but i was wondering if anyone has grown or grow any of the following species. D. neocaledonica (woo woo) New Caledonia D. linearis Lake Huron D. trinervia Tweede Tol...