Now I just need all my seeds to start sprouting so I can make posts focusing on the different species; I had thought after the bleach treatment I would have already begun seeing germination on the new B. aquatica and guehoi, but so far nothing...
Half of the B. guehoi, yes; the rest are from another grower. I should also be actually receiving some new seeds from a grower in Australia in a couple weeks too, hopefully a chance to get more locales and species documented.
Well, bleach treatment on liniflora doesn't seem to work for me (they're all molding now), so I'll stick with just a water soak with that species...also nothing in most pots, but the method did manage to pull out two more guehoi! Byblis guehoi by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr Byblis guehoi by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
It's not that I have trouble germinating liniflora (they just take a little time), but I was just attempting something different to see if it would speed things up. When mold is the result, I'd say it didn't.
In other news though, a third guehoi has appeared...
The 3 guehoi are getting bigger...and I hope I get germination of some of the other new things and they follow (sadly, nothing from the recently acquired aquatica or rorida seeds...) B. guehoi "Kimberleys" by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
Almost have at least a pair for every Byblis; still need another aquatica and filifolia "Pago Giant," and I need to see the perennials sprouting (new GA3 proved to work on rorida Lake Campion, but the rest haven't gone squat with it yet so I fret until they do). In the meantime though, update pics on a couple other varieties: B. filifolia "Hidden Valley" by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr B. rorida Taylor's Lagoon by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
Lastly, B. lamellata x gigantea starting to show the growth form the perennials are more known for. Very different looking even at such a young stage. B. lamellata x gigantea by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr