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Here are a few pictures of my terrarium. It currently houses the following: N. alata, ampullaria 'Harlequin', 'Black Knight', sanguinea, singalana, ventricosa, ventricosa x N. spathulata, D. binata "multifida extrema", and D. tokaiensis.
Some kind of strange moss growing in my N. 'Black...
Hello everyone i recently received some free natalensis and spatulata seeds. Does anybody have any tips on sowing and getting them to sprout like humidity temperature etc. Any advice would be helpfull also can i use pure spaghnum moss as a medium. Thank you.
Hello i have a spatulata and i just noticed these tiny white insects in the soil. They never seem to b on the plant or surface of the soil the only way to see them is to start digging alittle. I know it b better if i had pics but i tried and there way to blurry. Does anybody have an idea.
I have the following available for trade.
D. Capensis (typical / seed grown by me)
Also have some sarracenia seedlings (Leucophylla x Oreophila - 6 months old) that am going to replant and I know I will have extras left over.
I have theses 2 drosera, i think one is spatulata and the other where supposed to be a aliciae, but im not so sure now.. The last 2 picts are from the same plants who are more red. The first picture a suspect a spatulata.
Thanks for your time!
Please do not PM me. I will not respond. Instead, send an email to the address in the above photo with the subject as "Trade with __your name here__":
What I want: Mature Typical Flytraps. I do NOT want multiple clones of the same plant. I want genetically different plants. Priority is given...
Item #271158821283...............name that plant. I can't help but notice the interesting leaf physiology, sort of like my spatulata x hamata or mikei. Is it spelled spatulata or spathulata? I swear, I see it spelled both ways in different places and would like a definitive answer.
I don't update this super often so ask me if you have any questions:
N. Muluensis x Lowii
N. Ramispina three pure forms: ( 2 B.E. clones and another wild collected from the 70's)
N. "Hopeful Monsters" = merilliana x ?
N. Albomarginata "Camaroon Highlands"
N. "Gentle" = Maxima x...
I acquired several Drosera last summer but when transfering to new containers several weeks later I forgot what was what. I believe the one in this picture is a spatulata but would like to double check that. It's preparing to flower so it must be happy. I have been told on several occasions that...
I have a drosera burmannii plant, the kind from humpty doo australia, and im having a bit of trouble getting it to flower for me. I used to have three of them before but two of them got eaten by some kind of animal and died last month. Now i only have one left. Full sized and 5 months old. Im...
Hi, I'm Will (Pir) from Maryland. I am a high school student and over the past 6 months or so have gotten into carnivorous plants. I currently keep Nepenthes 'ventrata' and ampullaria, Drosera spatulata and capensis, Venus Fly Traps, and Utricularia bisquamata. I hope to be expanding my...
I have two extra drosera capensis plants im willing to trade out. They are flowering size with ~4 inch leaf span from base to tip.
my grow list is:
Drosera capensis typical
I'm gunna turn this into a drawing. You can put your names down for both lists if intrested. I will use random.org on saturday night at 8pm eastern time. And like I normaly do, I will cover shipping to the winners.
I just got done harvesting some seed and have the following up for trade.
D. Spatulata about 50 seeds in the packet
D. Dielsiana about 75 seeds in the packet
I'm intrested in sundews that aren't in my growlist. Any intrest?
Several months ago I noticed what appears to be a D. spatulata growing next to the pot wall in the D. nitidula x pulchella pot. Didn't give it much thought until I noticed how well it is producing goo. I transplanted it into a container of bright green sphagnum and it looks excellent. I added a...