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  1. L

    Looking for Drosera falconeri

    I would love to add this to my small terrarium as my lone sundew since I lost my only D. falconeri quite some time ago before it could really take off. I have several different plants available for trade: N. burbidgeae N. talangensis N. maxima N. tobaica N. bicalcarata N. ephippiata N...
  2. villa99

    villa99's growlist

    Here it goes: Nepenthes x ventrata Nepenthes tobaica Drosera tokaiensis Drosera capensis Drosera intermedia 'Cuba' Drosera adelae Sarracenia leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White' Utricularia calycifida Dionaea muscipula Lithops sp. Waiting for germination: Byblis liniflora Sarracenia...
  3. P

    looking for tobaica

    PM me if you have one
  4. villa99

    What did I do wrong?

    Hello. About three weeks ago I decided to take cuttings from my Nepenthes tobaica. I followed the instructions exactly how they appear on Peter D'Amato's book 'The Savage Garden'. I even used a rooting hormone (but not a fungicide). I planted the cuttings in pure vermiculite, covered them with a...
  5. A

    AlexF grow list

    Here's my list, it has grown very fast recently and will take it's last fast growth in the next months as I receive a shippment from Wistuba. At the moment there are 71 species, plus 27 comming. Would love to post photos, but can't find a way to do so. Adnata Alata Albomarginata Ampularia...
  6. solfami

    solfami's grow list

    Here is my list..... ARRACENIA: Alata var. 'double flower' Alata black tube pubescent, Desoto, W Mike King A28 Alata x ???? 'Dixie Lace' Farnahmii Flava var. all red Flava var. ornata Leucophylla 'alba' Mike King L09 Leucophylla stocky white top Mike King L02 Leucophylla Schnell's Ghost...
  7. M

    Questions about vining Nepenthes and cuttings

    My Nepenthes have been doing great over this winter, but two of them have been doing a bit *too* well. My ventrata, grown as a houseplant, lost most its pitchers (possibly from the shock of moving to a lower humidity level), but then started producing a vine and two basal shoots. Both basals...
  8. I

    Insectivore's Growlist!

    Heres my Grow List! (S=Seedling or Still Small) (D=Dormant) (***=For Trade) Byblis: Liniflora Darlingtonia Californica Drosera: Capensis "Narrow" Rotundifolia Nidiformis Multifida Spatulata*** Spatulata "Kansai" Anglica X Spatulata Madagascariensis "California Sunset"D Dielsiana...
  9. T

    The Great Cornholio's growlist!

    2 yrs ago all of my Cps died off in a terrarium fungus incident of disastrous proportions. I am starting over again, growing my CP's with more light, less humidity and more air movement. Current growlist P. gigantea (almost the size of a dinner plate) P. x tina P. x titan P. x john rizzi P...
  10. E

    eBeyonder's Growlist

    My Growlist (Updated 26 May 2007): Please do not add any replies to this thread. Dionaea Typical │Pic 1│ │Pic 2│ │Pic 3│ Big Mouth │Pic 1│ Bristle Tooth │Pic 1│ Clayton's Red Sunset │Pic 1│ Cross-Teeth │Pic 1│ Fine tooth x red │Pic 1│ Low Giant │Pic 1│ Pink Venus │Pic 1│ Red Dragon │Pic 1│...
  11. nepenthes_ak

    What do you guys think?

    I plan on making a purchase of probalby 2-3 neps.. I was thinking along the line of Nepenthes tobaica Nepenthes lowii Nepenthes diatas Would they be good highlanders for an intermediate grower? Any sudgestions, I know that lowii is a little bit moister but does that count as a humidity? What...
  12. Hans Breuer

    Lazy Moon Festival Afternoon Pics (I)

    ventricosa x pectinata x 'Rebecca Soper' (ventricosa x gracillima). That's how I like my women: dark, plain and hyooooge ventricosa tobaica x rafflesiana thorelii x densiflora Stan & Ollie, aka (x rokko) x stenophylla & bical Red Flush
  13. srduggins

    Nepenthes tobaica "Dark Red"

    I have a very nice dark red N. tobaica that is looking for a mate. N. tobaica may be a little plain, but this dark red form is exceptional and tobaica makes some pretty interesting looking hybrids.
  14. Hans Breuer

    Back-from-vacation pics

    One short month on vacation in Europe, and what do I return home to? A country song! "Somebody stole my woman, smashed all my steel guitars, he emptied all my whiskey kegs, then took off in my car. But all that just don't matter, 's long's my pitcher plants do well, Yeah, all that just don't...
  15. P

    phissionkorps grow list

    Sarracenia flava 'pink tube' FLA-0001 Nepenthes 'Giant Tiger' - Capslock (seed grown) Nepenthes dyeriana [male] - FF (seed grown at one point right? lol) Nepenthes boschiana [female] - AW (seed grown) Nepenthes merrilliana - JC (seed grown) Nepenthes tobaica "green" - BE (seed grown) Nepenthes...
  16. M

    N. tobaica advice needed

    Well, after several false starts and stupid mistakes, I got an N. tobaica several months ago, and it's been doing very well. In fact, it's been doing a bit *too* well. Quite a while ago, the growing point just spontaneously died, and as a result at least 4 new ones formed, and all have been...
  17. CP30

    tons of seed for trade

    I have many packs of seed to trade. Some I harvested myself, others are excess from previous trades. I am open to just about anything - seed or plant. Available: (0) D rotundiflia @ 20 seeds (0) D spatulata @ 20 seeds (0) D filiformis ssp. filiformis - packs of 25-50 seeds...
  18. S

    Nepenthes pitchers as cut foliage

    Greetings! Last week, while in the process of hacking back a Nepenthes thicket that appears to have "gotten away" from me lo these past six months, I accumulated quite a pile of fresh pitchers clipped from the plants that I grow in a commercial greenhouse. Epiphany: I loaded about 20 of them...
  19. Hans Breuer

    Live from the Greenhouse (1)

    Yeah, yeah, yeah....stupid topic. So what? N. x hookeriana N. thorelii x ventricosa. Should wipe her mouth once in a while N. globosa "green" N. veitchii "lowland" and neighbor - alata x NoID. Pounded by the sun: N. khasiana x mixta N. thorelii x bellii - the first pitcher! N...
  20. Hans Breuer

    Amps and Roaches and Orcs, Oh My! PART ONE

    Part 1: Amps As I mentioned somewhere else, we haven't seen the sun for four weeks in a row. Doesn't frazzle the amps' coloration at all - check out this harlequin! Entire plant N. amp "Bau Green" and N. x kuchingensis Big Bertha's newest pitcher, about the size of a goose egg (BB...
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