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  1. raycer491

    Drosera banksii

    Also looking for this rare Australian Drosera. I heard there used to be European collections with it in the past but am unsure as of present; I've never seen this species in cultivation before. Very keen to trade for it. Check out my growlist and we can definitely make a deal :)
  2. afrodisa

    Another way to look at D. adelae culture

    Colonies of adelae insitu! Australian Carnivorous Plants - Droseraceae
  3. Cactusdan

    Cactusdan's Growlist

    -- Carnivores -- -Cephalotus (Australian Pitcher)- Cephalotus follicularis var. Typical -Dionaea (Venus Fly Trap)- Dionaea muscipula 'Akai Ryu' Dionaea muscipula 'Red Sawtooth' -Drosera (Sundew)- Drosera anglica x tracyi 'Southern Cross' Drosera binata var. dichotoma 'T-form' Drosera bindoon...
  4. Cactusdan

    More Portland Presence!

    Hey all, I noticed there's a few of you in here from around the Portland, OR area, so I'll be one more to the party! Scatterpants and I are good friends and have been feeding each others plant addictions the last few months, particularly in the CP/orchid area. While he tends to focus more on...
  5. A

    Survivor Australia DVD Set (no bids)

    1) Opening bid amount $2.00 2)Survivor - The Australian Outback - Season Two - Complete DVD Set - In very good (used) condition. 3)$3.00 shipping for USA, international pays any cost over $3.00. PM me with questions!
  6. A

    Sarracenia Seeds

    Hi all forum members, I really appreciate all the helps I got in this forum. So I decided to give away some extra Sarracenia seeds (30+, harvested early this month) that my friend gave me. Quite sure these are S.leucophylla seeds, but could possibly be mixed with other seeds. Just follow this...
  7. jeff 2

    australian terrestrial orchids

    Bonjour do you grow these species ? jeff
  8. Doomsday

    Doomsday's Trading Station

    Hey, guys. Rather than post for each individual plant, or every time I have/want something new, I figured doing all of my trading in one the place would make things easier to keep track of, for everybody. Haves: Dionaea Muscipula (Venus Flytraps): "FTS Crimson Sawtooth" Drosera (Sundews): D...
  9. Not a Number

    The Name Game - Part 2

    Australian Drosera in Cultivation Allen Lowrie's Carnivorous Plants of Australia Magnum Opus at time of publication Dec. 16, 2013 listed some 241 species. Many of these were new species or reassignment of ranks (subspecies or varieties). A few had been in cultivation before even having been...
  10. Z

    Assorted dormant drosera tubers and others for trade

    Hi all, I have the following species for trade. All of the tuberous species are dormant. D. auriculata D. hookeri D. abberans (used to be whiitakeri subsp. abberans) D. menziesii subsp. menziesii ( plants get very red, almost crimson late in the growing season) D. erythrorhiza subsp...
  11. BobZ

    CPN June 2015 issue (v44 n2) is now available

    Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 44, number 2, June 2015 is available for download as a PDF for ICPS members on the ICPS web site: http://icps.clubexpress.com/ Hard copy was mailed to ICPS members on May 21. CONTENTS CPN editors Do bears disperse Darlingtonia? The intricate Pinguicula...
  12. kulamauiman

    U. biloba starter/plug - anramitaco $24

    You are bidding on a starter/plug of Utricularia biloba. U.biloba is an Australian, sub affixed bladderwort that does too well in my climate. Can be grown as a really wet terrestrial but does not grow as well as if allowed to be grown submerged. Due to size it will be shipped via USP first...
  13. kulamauiman

    a packet of D. auriculata seeds (Monkey $6)

    You are bidding on a packet of Drosera auriculata seeds. What is a packet? Say probably 50 or more. D. auriculata is an Australian tuberous sundew that does too well in my climate. information on growing them can be found at...
  14. Cthulhu138

    Australian Terrestrial Orchids

    Well, I've taken the leap into Australian Terrestrial Orchids ! I'm starting with tubers of 4 different species so I figured I'd start this thread right at the beginning........ with some photos of the tubers ! I'll post updates here as they come. Caladenia flava Diuris aff. corymbosa...
  15. Cthulhu138

    Tuberous Drosera

    After speaking with several members here among other growers, I have realized that there are more misconceptions about successfully growing these plants than I had thought. I wrote the care sheet below last year for the NECPS members to use as a guide for their cultivation and I hope that it can...
  16. rakovsky

    What are the categories of moving, "Sensitive Plants" that aren't carnivorous?

    What are the categories of moving, "Sensitive Plants" that aren't carnivorous? What are the categories of sensitive, moving plants that you know of, besides the carnivorous ones? They are neat because they are animal-like. I had some small, seedling sensitive plants that are native to the...
  17. P

    Exotic Aldrovanda, maybe?

    Some time ago, I began trying to obtain seeds of Australian Aldrovanda. After a smashing episode in the mail, I got in some seeds of the Esperance population, and attempted to sprout them. Using various ways, places, containers, inside/outside, in a container with a banana peel for ethylene...
  18. P

    Petition to stop bulldozing in the Borneo Rainforest

    Okay so on the California Carnivores FB page they recently shared a link that talks about how an Australian mining company called BHP Billiton and Cokal are planning on bulldozing and clearing parts of the Borneo rainforest in Indonesia to make way for open-cut coal mines. As many of you know...
  19. pokie22

    Trade Redfern signed books for sarracenia

    I have the following NEW SIGNED redfern books (mostly 1st Ed): Carnivorous Plants and their Habitats Vol. 1 GB Sarraceniae of South America Australian Carnivorous Plants Glistening Carnivores A monograph of Genlisea Field Guide to the Pitcher Plants of the Philippines Field Guide to the...
  20. Kevin P

    Kevin P's grow list

    Drosera adelae anglica (Alakai Sawmp, Kauai, Hawaii) binata "Marston Dragon" burmannii (Evans Head, New South Wales) burmannii (Hann River, Kimberley, Western Australia) capensis capensis (Red) filiformis (Florida all-red) intermedia (Cuba) sessilifolia spatulata (Beenak, Victoria, AU)...
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