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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. Deltatango301

    Deltatango301 Growlist

    Deltatango 301 Growlist 138 plants in Greenhouse 10' X 6' WANTED Drosera Derbyensis D. Adelae D. Ultramafica X Spatulata D. Purpurascens My Plants Orchids x phalaenopsis X 2 (Dobbies) bromeliad (Dobbies) Sun Pitcher Heliamphora nutans x heterodoxa (HV011Hants) Cobra Lily Darlingtonia...
  3. Not a Number

    *PAID* Drosera ultramafica × spatulata (dr_donut $7)

    Drosera ultramafica × spatulata I find this hybrid to be very hardy and easy to grow. It will get a bright red coloration under good lighting. Caution - it spreads rapidly from seeds. Be warned. Plant is mature sized and may flower later this year. They flower constantly for me once they get...
  4. Ras

    looking for pings and sundews

    Pinguicula moranensis red rosette (santa catarina juquila oaxaca, mexico) seen here P crenatiloba P planifolia P involuta P calyptrata P titan p gigantea I am also looking for sesilifolia with pink flowers (pink, not whiteish pink ) I dont care if its seed or plants and petiolaris sundew...
  5. Ras

    looking for petiolaris dews (seeds)

    I figure its too cold to ship petiolaris complex without heatpacks right now, so for now im looking for seeds of just about any petiolaris dew besides typical paradoxa (pink flowers) if you have plants and a heatpack that works too. or even a point in the right direction to an online vendor...
  6. Ras

    bam

    Drosera D. Anglica Hawaii (sundewman) D. Madagascarensis D. Prolifera D. Regia D. Paradoxa D. Capensis "Albino" D. Capensis "Red" (from bunboy) D. Capensis "Typical" D. Capensis "Broad leaf" (from SDCPs) D. Ultramafica x Spatulata D. Tokaiensis D. Binita Dichtoma (from bunboy) D. Binita(from...
  7. G

    D. spatulata(?) from Aceh

    I was given these plants from Gunung Leuser in Aceh from a relatively high altitude. I initially thought that it might be D. ultramafica, but it's leaves are quite different from the description. Would any one have an opinion on what it might be? Drosera spatulata perhaps?
  8. 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...
  9. Not a Number

    Drosera ultramafica × spatula - Tacks $26

    Drosera ultramafica × spatulata This plant was sold to another grower as Drosera ultramafica but being suspicious of the tissue culture source I compared it to the published description of the species. The plant fails to match on several key points - no stem growth, lack of red stipules and...
  10. 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...
  11. C

    WTT D. ultramafica

    I have an d. ultramafica I would like to trade for a non-temperate sundew but it can't be a tall growing sundew though since I have a 10 gallon terrarium. I would really like an oblanceolata but am open to other offers. I wouldn't mind a nice slackii or prolifera tho.
  12. Tacks

    Tack's growlist

    Dionaea muscipula • typical Drosera • adelae • allantostigma • aliciae • anglica, CA x HI • binata var. dichotoma T-form • binata 'Marston Dragon' • binata var. multifida f. extrema • brevifolia (Kountze, TX) • burmanii (Humpty Doo, NT, Australia) • capensis, typical • capensis 'Albino' •...
  13. GemStateC

    Lots of Sundews for Trade

    FOR TRADE: Plants I have for trade (most are full sized or almost flowering size): D. ascendens ( Approximately nickel size) D. adele typ D. adele giant D. affinis D. aliciae D. binata coromandel, NZ D. capensis (red/albino/typ) D. capensis albino x aliciea D. dichotoma giant D. roseana D...
  14. RL7836

    Free D. ultramafica (w/ strings)

    ********** ** Closed ** ********** I have a small pot of D. ultramafica seedlings that need to find a new home. These seedlings are apparently the real deal (seed collected by one of the guys who described/discovered the species). Unlike the ultramafica hybrid being circulated that grows like a...
  15. GemStateC

    Looking for graomogolensis and camporupestris

    I'm looking for some drosera graomogolensis and camporupestris plants or plantlets to expand the south american sundew collection. For trade, i have affinis, adelae giant, ultramafica hybrid, filiformis, prolifera, and oblanceolata plants. I also have scorpiodes gemmae, sp pretty rosette seeds...
  16. Jeremiah Harris

    Jeremiah's Photos - Giant Nepenthes Tour Oct 2012

    Hello, Today I finally had chance to go through some of my more then 9000 photos I took. I had such a wonderful time on the tour and got to reconnect and meet some great people. I big thanks goes out to Alastair for showing us such a great time. I have added over 500 photos to my site but here...
  17. RL7836

    Giveaway #4 (local pickup only) - Sarracenia

    Tub of the following Sarracenia (pic from June): - S. rubra rubra, NC (long lid) (code 50 in growlist) - multiple plants - S. oreophila, Dekalb County, AL (code 30 in growlist) - few plants - S. flava var atropurpurea (all red), Cooks Bayou, Bay County, FL (code 43 in growlist), small plant (I...
  18. RL7836

    Giveaway #3 (for postage) - U. alpina

    Division of U. alpina from SG plant. This is one of the larger Orchidioides Utrics (orchid-flowering utrics). This species is normally a very forgiving grower and will periodically reward you with beautiful flowers, so it is an excellent plant to start with in the Orchidioides group (imho)...
  19. RL7836

    Giveaway #2 (for postage) - H. nutans

    Small division of H. nutans, Wei Tepui from SG plant. Disclaimer: this plant is one of 'those' that, while being very vigorous, refuses to produce mature pitchers (so far anyway). There will be 2-5 winners of this giveaway (guesstimate). Postage should be less than $6. This offer is open to...
  20. RL7836

    Giveaway #1 (for postage) - D. regia

    Small SG D. regia (1-2" leaves) - will try & post pic later. Postage should be less than $6. This offer is open to everyone (with USA mailing address) but please do your own research so you give the plant an opportunity to thrive - D. regia is not normally considered a beginner's plant...
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