Smooter80's grow list updated 11/25/15
burbidgeae x trusmadiensis EP SG
lowii x veitchii (k) EP SG
lowii x Sabre Dark Cherry EP SG
talangensis x mira
chimantensis Chimanta Tepui AW
elongata Ilu Tepui AW...
Drosera trinervia Stormsvlei Kloof, RSA seed - at least 25 seeds.
This winter growing South African Sundew is one of the easiest to cultivate of the winter growers. It has the distinction of being the widest ranging of all the South African Drosera species.
I find the seeds fairly easy to...
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 ......
Drosera trinervia "Stormsvleikloof, RSA" seeds (at least 30 seeds)
This is an annual offering. As long as my colony of these plants continues to produce seed in time for the auctions I will offer them.
This is one of the easiest of the winter growing South African Drosera to cultivate...
I just ordered some seeds from the icps. How does the list sound to you guys for only costing $48.00?
(Sarracenia leucophylla -- Baldwin Co., AL)
our next stop to look out for carnivorous plants was the Gifberg in the north of Clanwilliam.
We drove there from Nieuwoudtville where we were staying during these days. There are some spectacular views from the Van Rhyn's Pass!
The first carnivorous plants we found there were...
after we stayed for one night in Clanwilliam we wanted to go further north to Niewoudtville. On this way wanted to visit a location in the Cedar Mountains, where we have been in 2009 to see how the Roridula dentata are doing there.
For me, the Cedar Mountains are amongst the most...
the area around the town of Darling has some very interested places if you are into plants in general. After visiting Peter Hewitt's Nursery in the morning we started to drive towards Clanwilliam. On this way we went to three different locations in the Darling area.
The first stop was...
here are some pictures, taken in a part of the Table Mountain Nature Reserve. Our goal at that day was to find Drosera ramentacea, which is known from there. Saddly, we have not been lucky at that day finding this plant. As we now know we started in the totaly wrong direction, so we ended...
directly after arriving in Cape Town we wanted to do a short afternoon walk and decided to go to the Signal Hill with the close by Lion's Head.
There were no clouds at all, so we could enjoy spectacular views down to Cape Town and the Table Mountains. The temperature were around...
not up to date 9/16/2013
Spatulata x Capensis
Nitudula x Pulchella
Hamata clone #1
Spat x Hamata
Burbidgea x edwardsiana...
This is what I have so far. Just because I have it, does not mean I would not be interested in more. So if you have something available that is on my list don't count me out. UPDATED 3/22/15
aff. Petiolaris ‘Pin...
Drosera trinervia Stormsvleikloof, RSA seeds (at least 30 seeds probably much more)
below - some seedlings started last spring
The honor of the most numerous and widely distributed South African Drosera goes not to Drosera capensis but to the humble Drosera trinervia. This is a small...
I haven't been around in quite some time. I'm still alive :). I got burned out from the internet and needed an extended break. I hope everyone is doing well. I'm still growing my plants. Here are a few recent pictures.
As an after thought, if any of these pictures are too...