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I have one small back psudobulb division with a new growth on it, I would like to trade it for a Utricularia humboldtii division and nepenthes species or interesting cutting or seedlings but I'm open to offers. I'll also throw in some epidendrum kikis to sweeten the deal. Pm me as soon as...
I have had a lot of time one my hands :-))
- Brocchinia reducta
- B. guehoi
- B. liniflora
- B. filifolia x guehoi
- C. follicularis (a beautiful plant from Nauz)
- D. californica
- D. californica seed grown...
I lied... :jester:
If there is anything that I don't have for trade, but you are dying to have, send me a pm and I'll see if I see what I can start propagating for ya. I'm always looking for different clones than what I have, so if you have something I already have on my growlist, send me a...
1) Opening Bid of $2.
2) Utricularia humboldtii starter section, we will be removing and shipping one of those pots. Enough to get you going with this species if your conditions are good. I've had very good experiences growing humboldtii indoors on a windowsill, but have NEVER seen a flower...
I've been growing carnivorous plants for over 10 years. Most of that time I lived in Brooklyn where my growing area was limited to two small windowsills. I moved upstate a few years ago and my collection has grown exponentially. I am interested in all types of carnivorous plants but...
Last update: 3/7/18
If you have any suggestions for ways to improve the organization of my growlist, please let me know!
Byblis guehoi, West Kimberley
Byblis lamellata, Eneabba, WA, BCP S064
D. muscipula typical
D. anglica Kanaele Bog, Kauai, HI
D. anglica near Lake Constance, Germany
D. "burkeana" (most likely not!)
D. capensis albino
D. capensis broad leaf [pictures]
D. capensis typical
I have been unsure about the identity of this plant since getting it. I got it as Utricularia nelumbifolia from Carnivoria but all the leaves it has produced have been reniform.
However I don't think it is reniformis because it produces runners, which I have never seen reniformis do.
I decided to make a thread for the tub I am using to grow my Orchidioides Utricularia. The first post can be found in the section Orchidioides discussion thread.I started this a little more than a month ago, with Utricularia reniformis and asplundii. Currently in addition to those I have...
The winner will have a choice of one of the following:
A potted Ceph of my choice, likely an Emu point or lost label.
A group of Ceph leaf pulls from whatever Ceph(s) looks the best on the shipping day.
A portion of Utric graminifolia
A portion of Utric sandersonii 'blue'
A portion of Utric...
I just lost a wonderful, several-year-old palm tree of a D. capensis last month and now am missing it. Rather than a generic form, I would prefer one that has location info (as long as I'm wishing, I'd prefer one of the more unusual locations like Montagu Pass, Palmiet River, Gordons Bay, etc -...
Hello everybody, I have a D. schizandra that I have been growing for a few months in a sealed glass container, however, living in Florida the temps will soon get to extreme for it and I don't want it to die. So, I'm offering it up for trade. I need to have this plant shipped before about the...
I'm giving away a mounted multi-lead division of Isabelia (Neolauchea) pulchella, a small pendent epi/lithophyte from southern Brazil that is one of my favorite orchid species. Incredibly tolerant, it grows well in near-full sun to deep shade and temps of 32-100 F, as long as kept moist/humid...
I am wondering if anybody even has this plant. If I could trade for a division that would be awesome. Here's a couple plants I have for trade (not all lol)
Assorted vft cuttings (including D. muscipula 'green dragon', D. muscipula 'low giant', & D. muscipula 'ginormous') all of them are small...
I am giving away an absolutely free U. Humboldtii? (keep reading). It might be something else, but it's (if it's not humboldtii) not anything common or weedy, so in a way this is a mystery giveaway!
1. To win you must guess my favorite Utricularia (bladder wort)
2. You pay...
Based on a request over in Jim's thread, but not wanting to hijack it any more than I already have...
Several years ago, following elgecko's lead, I stuck a pot of U. longifolia over a jar of water & allowed it to grow. The longifolia loved it but I didn't. U. longifolia bladders are very...
you are bidding on this starter of U. humboldtii. You'll get the leaf and all that growth on the tray wrapped in lfs, just add water. Bidding starts at $8, buyer to pay me 6$ for shipping, can't ship to Hawaii, thanks.
I recently purchased one of these at California Carnivores. I received it bare root. All it's leaves are now dead and withered. I was wondering is this normal? It was broken off of the original plant. The soil I gave it was all New Zealand Sphagnum with the tinniest bit of Orchid...
Does anyone grow Utricularia humboldtii partially submersed as an "emergent aquatic?"
I've been growing mine in really wet peat moss (like a slurry) but I noticed that some of the bladders were in the air, where I don't think they can catch anything, so I added a centimeter or so of water today...