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Looking For (trade) Drosera, filiormis, binata waihohonu NZ, intermedia, capillaris

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For a USDA zone 7 minibog project, drosera seed wanted of (I will also pay to acquire):

D. filiformis (atlantic version probably best considering zone)
D. binata T-form Waihohonu Desert Road (1080 m elevation), New Zealand

Also desired (lower priority):
U. subulata...not sure if the plants I ordered came with it :single_eye:
D. intermedia
D. capillaris

As per ICPS:
[D. binata] Waihohonu Desert Road (1080 m elevation), New Zealand — This is a highland type with leaves 6 to 10 cm tall. The plants remain dormant longer than the lowland varieties and can survive USDA zone 7 winters outside with protection from freeze-drying. It is an excellent choice for cold climates where it can be grown outside during the summer and stored over the winter in a garage or other cool location.

To trade I have seeds circa 2015:

-S. purpurea (Canada)
-D. aliciae
-D. hartmeyerorum
-Drosophyllum
-Unknown sarra, probably a pure S. flava
-15 vft seeds


After this my hobby-sized carnivorous plant collection will be complete with:

Current:
D. finlaysoniana (thanks Shadowtski!!)
3x S. leucophylla
S. alata
S. minor
7x typical dionaea
DC-XL dionaea

Wanted:
D. filiformis (atlantic version probably best considering zone)
D. binata T-form Waihohonu Desert Road (1080 m elevation), New Zealand
D. intermedia
D. capillaris
U. subulata--maybe :indecisiveness:
 
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I have seeds of all but subulata and the Waihohonu binata (I grow it, but haven't gotten it to make seeds for me yet). PM me to arrange something.
 
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hcarlton has nearly every carnivorous plant under the sun!! Amazing grower. It's tough to make an equitable trade and I'd rather not purchase the common varieties:
-atlantic coast filiformis
-capillaris
-intermedia

But hoping he'll keep me in the loop on binata Waihohonu seed availability!

Until then looking for all varieties mentioned
 
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