I recently hacked up the leggier nepenthes in my collection and made around 50 cuttings. Those cuttings are rooted and have developed growing points and it's time to start figuring out how to get rid of them.
The plants represented are:
- ventricosa x gymnamphora (Leilani)
Nepenthes ventricosa x gymnamphora rooted cutting
Up for sale is one rooted cutting of N. ventricosa x gymnamphora, approximately 10-12" across. This is an easy growing and attractive hybrid, one which I know will endure lowland conditions and grow well as an intermediate. Pitchers can reach at...
If anyone wants pollen from the Leilani cross Nepenthes dubia x gymnamphora for use on your females drop me a PM. I just noticed today that my plant had flowered recently. Some are yet unopened so I can still get you some good fresh stuff.
Open to US residents only I believe.
Hey y'all, I'm looking for N. Viking (Mirabilis var. globosa) species and hybrids. I'd be most interested in Viking x amp (red) but I'd definitely consider anything else. I'm also looking for:
* Always looking for clones/plants of tentaculata ***
I am fairly new to carnivorous...but once I move next month (and get more sun) the list will grow like crazy ;)
1. Robcantleyi QOH X KOS
2. Spathulata X Robcantleyi KOS
3. Robcantleyi QOH X Maxima
4. Maxima X Robcantleyi KOS
5. Densiflora X Robcantleyi KOC
6. Bellii X Robcantleyi KOS
7. Ventricosa X Robcantleyi KOS
8. Maxima X Platychila
9. Petiolata X Burkeii
10. Truncata 'E' (Prodigy of two...
Hey all, in a very unfortunate display of my absent-mindednes I left my LL terrarium outside on my porch for a night while I was rearranging my room. By the time I realized my mistake the next morning my Amp's ("lime twist" and "harlequin") as well as my singapore garden tech (which was pretty...
I mentioned o getting one of these several months ago and finally added the ac converter and tried it out. It produced a low of 40 degrees F and ambient temperature seems to have no effect and no icing up. The inside temp can be manipulated by opening the lid at varying degrees. I'm not sure if...
I had S. purpurea "Brunswick Beauty" years and years ago and I've been looking for a replacement.
In trade I can easily offer up an N. maxima dark x talangensis or an N. ventricosa x gymnamphora. I also have some N. izumiae x ramispina cuttings in the works, but it'll be a while before they're...
I've got a male N talangensis that has just started revealing a fairly large inflorescence. I would imagine the first flowers will mature in late February. My preference would be to find a female talangensis that is searching for a suitor, as i don't usually grow hybrids. My...
Here is what I have cooking here in New Mexico! Most of my plants are Nepenthes, but I do have a few Sarracenia and Ceph's.
N. hamata (BE clone)
N. hamata (Wistuba clone)(Gunung Lumut)
N. hamata (unidentified location)
N. hamata (Katopassa)
N. singalana (Beilarang)
I don't think I did this already but if I'm wrong please update me! I am participating in a discussion string about species threatened with extinction and eBay sellers poaching so consider me spanked:-( and no need to bring that up here . Everything I have or are in transit were acquired prior...
I'm planning on getting back into growing CPs, and I will be setting up a nepenthes grow chamber pretty soon. One of the Nepenthes that I most want to grow is N. gymnamphora because it was my favorite when I had neps as a kid. To my understanding, N.gymnamphora is an extremely variable species...
N. albomarginata red
N. ampullaria "Brunei Red"
N. ampullaria "Lime Twist"
N. ampullaria "Harlequin"
N. ampullaria "Speckled"
N. attenboroughii red
X 'Judith Finn'
alata x truncata
X 'Red Leopard'
truncata x maxima
ventricosa (red) x spectabilis (giant)
sibuyanensis x maxima
(ventricosa x sibuyanensis) x merrilliana
sibuyanensis xx (talangensis x mira)
I'm going on a major nep shopping trip in a few days... Well, my first nep shopping trip, anyways. I am looking to get some forgiving ones. One that are resilient in cooler and hotter temperatures, ones that humidity swings won't kill, ones that like lots/little sunlight.
I did some research on...