What's new
Joined
Feb 3, 2011
Messages
3,413
Location
Boston, MA
;)

Not but seriously, your tuberous dews are just out of control! Really impressive.

The Utricularia blooms, incredible.

N. aristolochioides x diatas, what a peculiar cross!

Thank you much.

I think I might be moving the N.aristolochioides x diatas along soon. It was really attractive when it was younger but these more mature pitchers are getting pretty boring if you ask me.

Before:






After:


 
Joined
Feb 3, 2011
Messages
3,413
Location
Boston, MA
Drosera hookeri


Drosera humilis


Drosera menziesii




Drosera modesta


Drosera peltata




Drosera porrecta - Northern Form


Drosera porrecta - Southern Form


Drosera purpurascens










Drosera rupicola


Drosera subhirtella


Whole tray of Tuberous Drosera.


Drosera spiralis






Pinguicula sp. Tehuacan


Pinguicula ? - I got this plant in a trade about 4 years ago as "Pinguicula gigantea", which it obviously isn't. This if the 1st time in 4 years that the plant has flowered. Hopefully there will soon be a positive ID on this thing.




Heliamphora cilliata - 1st maturish pitcher.


Heliamphora collina






Heliamphora minor


Heliamphora nutans - Yuyurani (?)




Heliamphora pulchella


Heliamphora sarraceniodes x ? - I found these growing the the H.sarracenioides pot. I did not pollinate any flowers but somehow the 2nd flower on the stalk got pollinated.




Nepenthes chaniana - BE


Nepenthes glandulifera - Seed Grown - EP










Nepenthes singalana - Belirang
 
Last edited:
Joined
Feb 3, 2011
Messages
3,413
Location
Boston, MA
Both D.purpurascens and D.porrecta are in my top 10 favorite carnivorous plants. The Northern form of D.porrecta should be fully open in another week or so.
 
Joined
Feb 3, 2011
Messages
3,413
Location
Boston, MA
I got that H.minor in a trade a few years back. It arrived here bashed to bits without a single intact pitcher. It's come a long way.
 
Joined
Feb 3, 2011
Messages
3,413
Location
Boston, MA
Drosera aff. stolonifera - Mini Hills Form - Off to a late start this year.


Drosera auriculata


Drosera cistiflora - Pink Flower




Drosera graminifolia (?) - Seed grown plant from a European collection, appears to be D.spiralis.




Drosera humilis


Drosera kaiteurensis


Drosera latifolia


Drosera porrecta - Southern Form


Drosera porrecta - Northern Form


Note that the basal rosettes of this species are elevated off the ground up onto the stalk.


Drosera prostratoscaposa


Drosera ramellosa




Drosera rupicola




Drosera tentaculata (?) - I received this plant as "D.tomentosa var. glabrata" which it obviously isn't.


Drosera zonaria - Getting ready to go dormant.


Heliamphora ciliata


Nepenthes x trusmadiensis - Clone #1


Nepenthes muluensis x lowii


Nepenthes burkei


Nepenthes edwardsiana - Mt. Kinabalu - Seed Grown




Nepenthes glandulifera - EP - Seed Grown


Nepenthes hirsuta - Kuching Spotted


Nepenthes lingulata - Seed Grown




Nepenthes macrophylla - Seed Grown


Nepenthes macrophylla - AW


Nepenthes mikei


Nepenthes naga - Seed Grown


Nepenthes peltata - Seed Grown


Nepenthes veitchii - Pink


Nepenthes veitchii - Pa'Umor - Seed Grown






Nepenthes ventricosa - Flowering Cutting
 
Last edited:

pappydew

I hate bugs. Carnivorous plants get me.
Joined
Apr 7, 2010
Messages
1,212
Location
Miami, FL
For some reason the pics aren't loading for me in the thread, but I can click the links to photobucket :scratch:
 
Joined
Jul 3, 2011
Messages
3,940
Johnny, these recent photos do not load at all and neither are they click-able links. :-(

Edit: loading now.
 
Last edited:
Joined
Apr 19, 2012
Messages
4,964
Location
Greeley, CO, USA
Gee, it's almost painful to come into this thread, everything's so beautiful!
I think other than a mutant pitcher my burkei put out, that's the fattest I've ever seen :). And nice N. lingulata, this species certainly isn't common. I have one seedling that survived out of 50, and it's turning variegated.....
 

bluemax

Lotsa blue
Supporter
Joined
Sep 5, 2011
Messages
2,809
Location
Vancouver, Washington State, US
I'm still drooling over the D. porrecta. Tuberous sundews are like dews from another planet.

'Great-looking D. latifolia! This species never seems to do as well for me. Do you grow it in cooler temperatures?
 
Joined
Feb 3, 2011
Messages
3,413
Location
Boston, MA
I grow D.latifolia in the basement. This time of year it's very cold cold down there, nights can drop into the high 30's and days rarely exceed 60 under the lights. During the winter this species goes into stasis for me, does pretty much nothing from December to April. During the summer it warms up quite a bit down there though. Days can be in the 80's and even low 90's in July and August with nights dropping into the 60's or 70's. It seems to do best during the warmer months for me and I only see flowers from it in the summer while most of my other SA Drosera are winter flowering.
 

pappydew

I hate bugs. Carnivorous plants get me.
Joined
Apr 7, 2010
Messages
1,212
Location
Miami, FL
Those Drosera menziesii flowers look huge compared to the rest of the plant :0o:
 
Top