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It is found in a few remote locations right here in Michigan, but I was wondering if just any strain would survive the winter here in my bog. I have a small seed-grown culture that I thought would look cool and help choke out the weeds.
Mike's Grow List and Wish List
Extra 2016 Seed for Trade or Giveaway
Byblis liniflora (Limited Quantity)
Drosera aliciae (Limited Quantity)
Drosera binata "Coromandel NZ" (Small Red T Form)
Drosera burmannii "Green"
Drosera capensis "Alba"
Drosera capensis "Giant" x Self
After a long pause growing plants I recently started againin January 2016. Hopefully the spring will allow me to ramp up slowly and see what species I can grow outside without much trouble.
- D. californica
- D. muscipula typical form
- D. muscipula (sprouted)...
Hello everyone, I've got a bunch of U. subulata done flowering and I really don't feel like dealing with the seeds spreading everywhere, so I'm giving them away because I feel bad about killing them. I realize that all the experienced growers here at TF probably won't want anything to do with...
D. Anglica Hawaii (sundewman)
D. Capensis "Albino"
D. Capensis "Red" (from bunboy)
D. Capensis "Typical"
D. Capensis "Broad leaf" (from SDCPs)
D. Ultramafica x Spatulata
D. Binita Dichtoma (from bunboy)
I live in NE Florida where I have a bunch of native CPs already. I've collected some that are growing on my land as well as recently purchased a few Sarrs to round out my collection of native Florida species. I'm wanting to pot them up so I can have them in my back yard to enjoy...
I have been asked for my growlist many times and I am really bad about keeping one so here goes (As of this posting this list is incomplete and only includes my Aldrovanda, Genliseas and Utricularias).
My Interests in the Carnivorous plant world
- S. alata var. nigrapurpurea (Mike Wang)
- S. flava var. rugelli x var. maxima
- S. flava var. cuprea
- S. flava var. rubricorpora (Liberty Co, FL) (various clones) (Mike Wang)
- S. flava var. rubricorpora 'agristats' x var. ornata (Phil...
I have several portions of this Brazilian Utricularia for trade. This plant has flowered readily for me from the time I received it in January to now and is the most prolific terrestrial utric I have by far, beating out both subulata and bisquamata. The portion you will receive will be taken...
N. Black Knight
N. fusca "Flared Peristome"
N. x 'Gentle'
N. glabrata x aristolochioides
N. sibuyanensis x (spectabilis x aristolochioides)
N. ventricosa x ( xtiveyi x truncata)
A bunch of...
I've had a couple "shots in the arm" with pygmy sundew gemmae and other assorted things, but what was once a thriving collection of butterworts is down to just a few. I am also missing a few basic sundews, like D. adelae, anglica, and aliciae. Here's my current grow list. Those with asterisks I...
I just got back from Florida and even though time was limited, I still had the opportunity to visit a couple of CP habitats.
Big Cypress Swamp:
Utricularia cornuta (possibly U.juncea ?):
Utricularia foliosa in Lake Dora, Central...
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'm Howard. I've been getting back into carnivorous plants after a 3 year gap. I have a Nepenthes (not sure about the species) that I've had for almost 10 years.
Here's a list of plants I have acquired in the last few months: