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So I joined this forum over a year ago and never really participated much. However, I've learned alot from the great community here and am hoping to share the little knowledge I have and gain some more! I'm currently in college (Penn State) and spending the summer at my parents farm before moving back out to State College in August. Good news is my flytraps and sarrs are loving it outside! Bad news is that my parents took over my old room when I moved out and my old grow rack is limited to a single shelf (things are kind of cramped) When I move back out to State College, I'm going to have a full grow rack for all of my plants. I'd also like to have a small highland terrarium for Neps, Helis, Cephs, and South American drosera. The following is my current grow list.

Dionaea muscipula

Typical purchased from bannister, Lowe's, pasoftim on Ebay
B52 purchased from Lost World Exotics on Ebay
Maroon Monster (a bunch) purchased from bannister, bvalente, Flytrap Store
Seed Grown "B52XB52" purchased from Fingers001 on Ebay (There's some controversy over this seller, refer to this thread for information http://www.flytrapcare.com/phpBB3/dcxl-t24113.html )
Seedlings from various cultivar crosses (Wally x DCXL, Crimson Sawtooth x Maroon Monster, Maroon Monster x A2) from Ebay, Flytrap Store seed mix

Drosera

Drosera Aliciae, seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Binata (T-form, white flowers, self fertile, matches description of Drosera 'Triffida' from Peter D'Amato's The Savage Garden) from MrsMuscipula
Drosera Burmannii (Humpty Doo, Australia) seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Dielsiana seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Capensis (typical) from bvalente, Ebay and seed grown
Drosera Capensis (albino) seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Capensis (giant) seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Capensis (red leaf) seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Capensis (Vogelgat, South Africa) seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Capensis (wide leaf) seedlings from California Carnivores
Drosera Filiformis (Florida All-Red) from Ebay and seed grown
Drosera Nidiformis seedlings from California Carnivores
Drosera Regia from Lost World Exotics on Ebay
Drosera Spatulata (typical) from bvalente, Ebay, and seed grown
Drosera Spatulata (Fraser Island) seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Spatulata (Tamlin) seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Spatulata var. Gympiensis seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Spatulata x Oblanceolata (AKA Drosera sp "Lantau Island") seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank
Drosera Tokaiensis seedlings from ICPS Seed Bank

Sarracenia

(Catesbaei 'Sunrise') x Flava var. Rugelii? from Nevermore's giveaway
Sarracenia Purpurea (subsp. Venosa?) purchased from Lowe's

Nepenthes

Nepenthes 'Miranda' from Wellspring Gardens
Nepenthes 'lantern alata' (N. Rebecca Soper?) from Wellspring Gardens
Nepenthes 'Gentle' from Wellspring Gardens

Heliamphora

Heliamphora Minor from Ebay

Cephalotus

Seed grown from "Hummer's Giant" mother plant from Ebay

Wantlist

Dionaea muscipula: Alien, DC XL, Jaws, Low Giant, Big Mouth, Crimson Sawtooth, Long Red Fingers, Fused Tooth, Wally, A2, Purple Ambush, Schuppenstiel I (basically anything large, weird, or colorful)

Drosera: Drosera Capensis (broad leaf, Bains Kloof, other interesting locations, hybrids), Drosera Binata (multifida 'Extrema', dichotoma 'Giant', Marston Dragon), Drosera Adelae, Drosera Intermedia (tropical forms), Drosera Camporupestris (maybe), Drosera Natalensis, Drosera admirabilis (sp. floating), Drosera graomogolensis, Drosera venusta, Drosera slackii, Drosera affinis, Drosera oblanceolata, Drosera hamiltonii, Drosera madagascariensis, Drosera x obovata 'Ivan's Paddle', Drosera Spiralis Particularly interested in "highland" South American Species that can be grown in a Heliamphora terrarium

Sarracenia: Anything short enough to fit under growlights in a typical grow rack setup

Nepenthes: Looking on starting a small highland style terrarium for Nepenthes, Cephalotus, Drosera Regia, South American Drosera, and Heliamphora. So anything that fits within those perimeters.

Heliamphora: Any of the easier species/hybrids

Pinguicula: Really don't know much about these guys, would like to get some that are easier to grow and lack a need for dormancy.
 
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