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    Drosera sp.“Lantau Island Hybrid" Seeds

    Looks like everyone will be getting seeds! PM'd you all the address.
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    Drosera sp.“Lantau Island Hybrid" Seeds

    Generally sundew seeds can last several years if stored in a refrigerator, although I would not recommend waiting so long before sowing. Personally I haven't grown D. sp. “Lantau Island Hybrid" from seed but it doesn't appear to need any special germination requirements other than keeping the...
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    Drosera sp.“Lantau Island Hybrid" Seeds

    I have 4 small portions of Drosera sp. “Lantau Island Hybrid," seeds up for grabs. USA only please. The winners will be selected on Sunday, 10/25/15 and will need to send a SASE. To enter, start the list as usual... 1. 2. 3. etc... Good luck!
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    Carnivorous Plants in Michigan

    Apparently the name for the hybrid was changed because the example for D. x beleziana was not actually a hybrid between D. rotundifolia x intermedia but actually just D. rotundifolia. http://cpphotofinder.com/drosera-x-belezeana-3452.html
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    Carnivorous Plants in Michigan

    Thank you! Yeah, it's not too often you see Monotropa but along the trail there was quite a lot of them.
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    Carnivorous Plants in Michigan

    Here are some pictures I took on a recent visit to West Lake Nature Preserve and Bishop's Bog Preserve in Portage, Michigan. I hope you all enjoy them. West Lake Nature Preserve: Cypripedium acaule Drosera rotundifolia Larix laricina Monotropa uniflora Sarracenia...
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    Drosera Capensis "Wide Leaf" seeds

    1. SerMuncherIV - Sure, why not. Promise I have a Drosera seed giveaway coming up (somewhat) soon... 2. Incognito - Thanks so much! 3.Darlantin - Awesome! Thanks! 4. rjhaway - Thank you. I appreciate it. 5. David F- Thank you sir. 6. Firerock Thanks! 7.iProcreate - Wooo first post! Thank you! 8...
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    Marston dragon flower stock / drosera capensis red seeds free

    drosera capensis red seeds 1. Firerock Thanks! 2. rjhaway - Thank you! 3. iProcreate - Thank You 4. SerMuncherIV - much appreciated. 5. Darlantin - Thanks! 6. PitcherPlantr - Thank you so much! I should have a giveaway or two coming up shortly Marston Dragon flower stalk cuttings 1.rjhaway -...
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    Utricularia giveaway

    1. Zath - Favorite is probably U. calycifida, because it includes the Lovecraftian cultivars, whose mythos I am a huge fan of. Learning about them from B. Rice's articles helped stoke the fires of my CP obsession in the first place. 2. SFLguy - Utricularia Delphinioides - although usually...
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    Is there a carnivorous plant that you obsess over finding in habitat?

    I would like to see some carnivorous plants native to the Great Lakes region I have not come across yet such as D. linearis, D. anglica, U. minor, U. purpurea, U.resupinata. I would especially like to see S. purpurea subsp. purpurea f. heterophylla
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    Mackinac and Emmet County, Michigan

    That's alright, I did aid a little in setting it off track but no worries. I have spoken with some of the rangers before about various plants at the Dunes and they often talk about the secrecy of their locations. Some of them only know of the possible existence of some plants through rumors...
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    Mackinac and Emmet County, Michigan

    I see. Yeah, I tend to see them in the forested in areas at the park. In the parking lot at the Nature Center there must be at least a dozen of them growing there. I have even seen one growing out from underneath a concrete parking bumper there. Rarely do I ever see native orchids at the Dunes...
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    Mackinac and Emmet County, Michigan

    Thank you. I agree, it seems that whatever trail I go one, even in Indiana, I come across several of them. The grow practically anywhere!
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    Another walk in the bog.

    I am pretty sure it is a Pedicularis lanceolata. It's actually a parasitic plant which is quite interesting. Technically it's hemiparasite so it gets some of its water and nutrients from the host plant but also uses photosynthesis to an extent.
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    Finding Native Wisconsin CPs

    I'm not from the region but I might be able to help. I use the PLANTS Database for finding possible sites where CPs could be located. Also a simple google search can be incredibly helpful. By searching for things like "bogs in Wisconsin," "Drosera Wisconsin," "Sarracenia Wisconsin," etc. you...