Ps3isawesome growlist (Updated 3/11/2016)
This all began on July 3rd 2014
G14 Rosetted "Dirk Ventham's Giant"
Akai Ryu (Thanks to Dionae)
Unknown (From Lowes)
Leucophylla x Tarnok
Adrian Slack x Judith Hindle...
WOOT WOOT new Nepenthes just in! (New photos update)
Sorry for the bad quality photos, I was going to school when I received the package and hastily repotted and photographed them.
I love the fact that the seller included LFS and pots in the package. I also got a free bonus plant. Plus I...
I am looking for some more Sarrs as well as some VFT's as I dont have any in my bog and I think they would be a nice addition. I can send pics upon request, just dont have time to upload them all right now. So....here is what I have for trade:
P. gracilis x moctezumae
P. agnata "true blue"
I want to give back to a very generous community so here is what I have up for grabs:
P. gracilis x moctezumea (small)
P. 'Sethos' (small)
N. alata (rooted and growing cutting)
N. mystery seedlings (6 months old)
D. capensis typical
D. capensis 'Albino'
I will choose 1 winner at...
I have a few sundews that either are not doing well in my condition or that I have way to many of. Here to spread them around.
Adelae giant (all spoken for) none left
Keep in mind that a few of these plants will need some...
Last year I acquired a clone that was labeled with different location information of the plants I already had. I was fortunate to get both clones to flower this year and I was able to pollinate some flowers with pollen from the others.
And now (ta-daaa) - D. hamiltonii seed:
Very few seed...
I can't seem to catch Drosera slackii on the vendors available lists. Been looking for this one for awhile. I have mature Drosera capensis x spatulata to offer or Drosera hamiltonii or Drosera aliciae or something of the like.
I like to support vendors and keep the hobby alive commercially...
3 species of sundews for rcl27 SOLD
One each of 3 different species of Drosera: D. slackii, D. lanata and D. hamiltonii.
List Date: 5/14/2014
For more info, click here to view the original listing: 3 species of sundews for rcl27 SOLD
Once I was in a store and there was a corner in which some really strange plants were standing.
They shall eat meat or something like that and they are probably dangerous. No risc no fun. I took one of the glistening with the sticky leaves.
About 10 years later ......
I have one rare adult flowering sized Drosera Felix Tuku Muruku, Gran Sabana. It is a pretty big D. Felix that will flower this year and has already previously. Its about the size of a nickel.
Looking for Cephalotus,
Drosera Schizandra, Hamiltonii, Adalae, Prolifera, Ascendens, and other...
Drosera hamiltonii Esperance, SW Australia
This is a fairly easy to grow Drosera that makes a good companion plant for Cephalotus follicularis. It can be a little finicky and produce much dew at times. Most people grow these in shallow pots where they will multiply like crazy from offshoots...
Hey I've heard that drosera hamiltonii is very heat tolerant and i was wondering if I could grow these plants alongside Petiolaris Drosera? If anyone has experience with this plant your advice would be appreciated!:hail:
This was my first attempt in bringing two plants that naturally grow together in the wild, together in my grow space. I am liking the look and might try a larger setup in the future! I was intrigued with the thought and I obtained the drosera with this type of setup in mind
What do you think?
Hey Y'all! I'm back from college and my plants aren't even dead! :-O
Anyways, these guys have been sitting under their lights in plastic tupperware bins with the bottom full of about a half inch of water for the past three months. No other care was given, only water and light.
N. singalana x...
Notice: Growlist now available on my blog - http://ngcarnivorousplants.blogspot.com/p/grow-list.html. The blog list will be updated. This one will not.
Growlist: (* = Extras for sale/trade) (Updated 2/4/2014)
vesiculosa – 1
liniflora – 1
Typical – 1...
I am always intrigued by the lids on cephalotus. Looking at the colors, patterns, and clear windows is captivating. I understand why bugs are lured to them. I had my camera out and decided to snap a few photos.
And Hamiltonii. I grow it with my cephs