want list: looking for different petiolaris group including hybrids!
other Mexican species
Here's a partial list of some of my more interesting plants:
Tropical (Australian) Drosera:
Here's a photo of some recently-germinated D. derbyensis babies from seed won in the NASC auction (from Jason Wong - one of the few seeds I've gotten to germinate).
There are actually 4 plants in this photo. From the larger plant - there is one at 1:00, 4:00 and a tiny one in the lower left...
Steve (Bugweed) was shocked and dismayed when I told him that my growlist was not online, so here it is.
If interested in a plant, please feel free to contact me, preferably via email. I may not have a spare, but can always add it to my list of plants to propagate.
(edited 9 21 06; quite a...
D. californica (Florence, OR)
D. muscipula ‘Big Mouth’
D. muscipula ‘Big Vigorous’
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hello. i have recently aquired some drosera seed. of them, there are some that are knew to me:
1. D. kaieteurensis
2. D. derbyensis
3. D. kenneallyi
4. D. broomensis
i have some questions about them:
a. Do they need strati? (im assuming not)
b. what temperature to i need to germinate them?
Here are some pictures, a friend sent me. He is not yet registered, so i'm posting them for him. Hope you like them.
from left to right : Drosera brevicornis, Drosera broomensis, Drosera derbyensis
from left to right : Drosera fulva, Drosera lanata 'Darwin' x falconeri...
I took some pictures of some seeds i have. They are rather bad, but i think the form and structure can be recognized. Now i wonder, if the seeds are really seeds of these species, or if i had bad luck once again.
Here are the pictures :
Drosera burmanii (x)...