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~SDCPs's Growlist~

As of 2019 live in Texas panhandle zone 7a, growing outdoors only (except for p. gigantea)

UPDATED April 2021 Growlist:

D. filiformis - Ocean NJ
D. filansofolia original
D. capensis Montagu Pass, SA

-group 3x ebay
-group Slovakia ebay
-group Dean Cook
-rocket farms
-rainbowcarnivore ebay


S. leucophylla x rubra
S. Edojiman
S. alata x minor

S. leucophylla, AL Clone -- same as MW's L2 S. leucophylla Baldwin Co, AL ‘Alabama clone’: www.flickr.com/photos/63000221@N05/6248720134/in/set-72157627467614667 ?--don't think so
S. leucophylla, Gracon Point, FL 'Clone B'
S. leucophylla, Walton FL, Wilkerson Bog
S. leucophylla, Hosford FL
S. leucophylla, Escambia FL

S. alata, Vernon Parrish LA
S. alata pubescent, Harrison MS
S. alata, Greene MS
S. alata rubrioperculata, MK A1
S. alata rubrioperculata, Stone MS, MK A20
S. alata rubrioperculata, Perry MS, MK A21
S. alata nigropurpurea, De Soto Mational Forest MS, MK A39
S. alata 'Night', Stone MS

S. alabamensis, Chilton AL, MV
S. jonesii, Henderson NC, MV
S. rubra gulfensis, MV

(Mike Wang):
S. alata ornata, Stone MS, MW (seedgrown)
S. rubra wherryi 'chatom giant' Washington Co, AL
S. flava ornata 'Improved Black Veins' -- needs name tag!

S. luecophylla Green White
S. flava red Cook
S. alata rubrioperculata, MK A3 Cook
S. alata robertson Co. TX Cook
S. alata Maroon Throat Cook
S. leucophylla Red white Cook
S. alata veined, New Hill, TX msprouse90
S. alata MK A39 Cook
S. alata Maroon Throat Stone Co. MS Cook
S. Reptilian X Moorei Red Cook
S. alata Greence Co. MS Cook (maybe same as above)
S. Leucophylla x Stevensii Cook
S. leucophylla Baldwin Co. AL Cook
S. alata pubsecent MK A52A Cook
S. alata nigropurpurea A27 Cook

Seeds only (Available for trade!!)--age circa 2015:


~SDCPs's Growlist circa 2012, outdated, for historical reference only!~

Cephalotus Follicularis
  • C. follicularis Typical x2

Darlingtonia Californica
  • Costal
  • Mountain

Dionea Muscipula
  • 'B 52'
  • "Southwest Giant"
  • Typical-12 genetically different specimens (ones I like!) Also have seedlings
  • 3x seedgrown from Pender co, NC
  • several seedlings

Temperate Drosera
  • D. capillaris --Polk Co., Florida "Long arm"
  • D. capillaris --Tate's Hell Swamp, Franklin County, Florida
  • D. filiformis "Florida red"
  • D. intermedia
  • D. tracyii
  • D. tracyii -- 5 genetically different plants from Santa Rosa Co., Florida!
  • D. rotundifolia --Alaska
  • D. rotundifolia --Oregon, TR PK F2 or F3 Lake Wohink
  • D. rotundifolia --California, Big Lagoon, Humbolt Co.

Tropical Drosera
  • D. adelae
  • D. aliciae
  • D. binata "Dichotoma" 2 parent clones, and offspring. Not self-compatible. Also multifunda and 'Marston Dragon'
  • D. burmannii -- Hong Kong (not red, however) and australia
  • D. capensis-Vogelgat Province, western Cape, South Africa
  • D. capensis TYP
  • D. capensis 'Albino'
  • D. capensis "Broad-Leaf"
  • D. capensis "All Red"-2 clones?
  • D. Collinsiae "Faryland"
  • D. esterhuyseniae x slackii
  • D. glanduligera
  • D. hamiltonii
  • D. indica "Pale Pink Flower" -- Austrailia--Strongest/best drosera hunter I have EVER seen.
  • D. intermedia 'Cuba'
  • D. madagascariensis --Okawango Delta
  • D. madagascariensis --Zimbabwe
  • D. natalensis--2 clones and offspring
  • D. nidiformis
  • D. nidiformis x dielsiana ('Transvaal'?)
  • D. scorpioides--Gidgegannup, Western Australia
  • D. sessilifolia
  • D. spatulata -Fraiser Island
  • D. spatulata -pink flower
  • D. spathulata 'Tamlin'--largest known d. spathulata.
  • D. sp. "South Africa"
  • D. regia
  • D. venusta

Drosophyllum lusitanicum
  • 14x Dewy Pines-4 parts decomposing granite to 1 part peat seems to be best medium. Plants from 3 different batches of seed from different sources!

  • G. Hispicula

Nepenthes--Collection size limited. All growing outdoors.
  • N. macfarlanei----C-NMF Genting Clones
  • N. maxima "black speckled"
  • N. sanguinea
  • N. ventricosa
  • N. alata 'Giant' x globosa

  • P. Caerulea--seedlings!!!!
  • P. Grandiflora
  • P. Lusitanica--several plants from seed.
  • P. gigantea-3 clones so far.

  • S. alata -new pitchers green, nice veining, good hood
  • S. alata -some floppy pitchers, nice veining, great hood, new pitchers red
  • S. alata -Greene co. Mississippi-very nice plant, faint pinstripes, flies LOVE it.
  • S. alata -- Harrison County, MS off of Route 10 - Black/Red - #9501
  • S. alata -- 'red/black'
  • S. flava var. cuprea
  • S. flava var. flava x 2
  • S. flava var. maxima -a beast. Has taken over my bog. Very nice and robust plant
  • S. flava var. ornata? -produces robust and beautiful pitchers, one per growth point at a time. Spits them out slowly, but pitchers grow fast
  • S. flava var. rugelli x 3 clones
  • S. flava var. rubricopora --near Sumatra, Florida
  • S. flava var. rubricopora x2 clones
  • S. leucophylla x 4
  • S. leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White'
  • S. leucophylla X willisii
  • S. minor var. minor x 2 - one more clumps, many smaller pitchers/ second few crowns, big pitchers
  • S. minor seedlings
  • S. oreophila 'Sand Mountain'
  • S. oreophila "Alabama"
  • S. psittacina
  • S. purpurea subsp. venosa --3 clones
  • S. purpurea subsp. purpurea
  • S. rosea --near Seminole (back of tag says Baldwin Co., Alabama; seed grown)
  • S. rubra --2 clones, one seedgrown
  • S. rubra subsp. jonesii x2
  • S. rubra subsp. gulfensis x 2
  • Sarracenia hybrids or unknown species x3

  • U. Livida
  • U. Sandersonii-has purple flowers!
  • U. Dichotoma
  • U. Gibba--3 clones!
  • U. Subulata--3 clones!
  • U. bisquamata

In Propegation or Waiting to be Sown:

Roridula dentata
D. peltata ssp. auriculata-Bathurst, NSW, Australia
D. peltata ssp. peltata
D. stolonifera ssp. stolonifera
D. Burmannii-Evans Head, NSW, Austrailia


3x unknown pygmies
Cool bog grass (several feet tall)
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SDCPs's Trading Post

The following is outdated, seeds currently for trade as specified in growlist

About me and my trading habits: I am a reputable grower living in the Semi-Arid Meditarranian climate of San Diego. I like plants that grow well here! Typical humidity: 45-70% Temperatures: 31-103 degrees F. I grow the vast majority of my plants outside. I try to trade honestly and fairly, but will take a bargain if presented one :) I can not receive seed from outside the US, and will only trade my seed for non-biological items internationally.

I don't really like hybrid CPs!

I'm pretty easy-going and try hard to be pleasant, but I don't have much free time, so I may not want to carry on a lengthy conversation.

Most of my plants are mature and quite a large size. I've done tons of trades and know how to pack.

Approximate number of seeds per pack (depends on species):
Drosera: 50-200
Sarracenia: 30-50
Dionaea: 30-50
Utricularia: 50-200


Varieties I have for trade:​

(Cuttings generally available on all dews. Plants and seed sometimes for trade)

(Photos represent the genetic makeup of my plants and not the plant(s) you'll get.)​

D. binata "dichotoma" 2 clones available; Seed and Plants available

D. capensis: plant has a red streak on underside of leaves in bright light, Seed and Plants

D. capensis ‘Albino’ : Seed and plants

D. capensis "Broadleaf": Seed and plants, seed-grown plantlets

D. spatulata “pink flower”: Seed and plants
D. filiformis "FL Red": Plants and seed

D. indica "Pale Pink Flower": Seed and plants, very strong!

D. venusta: My favorite SA sundew, Plants and seed available

D. aliciae: Plants available

D. rotundifolia: Plants
location data
D. natalensis seed

D. burmannii: Seed and plants

D. intermedia ‘Cuba’: Seed Available

U. Gibba

U. subulata: Seed/plants
U. Sandersonii plants with purple flowers

S. oreophila 'Sand mountain' Mature plant and seed, CA only, otherwise gift

S. leucophylla: (seed grown)--mature; 1x Plants, seed (from different plant) available

S. alata Greene co. Mississippi: seed


Peanut Cactus, clone from Mexico. C. silvestrii: Unrooted plant portions (roots easily)

Notocactus mammulosus: Seed, one small plant

Plants and Things I'm looking for

I may not want things already on my growlist, but am sometimes looking for more genetic variety!

  • Cephalotus...typical
  • Sundews! Location data expecially wanted.
  • South African dews...seed with location data best.
  • Terrestrial utrics...seed prefered.
  • Genlisia seed/plants
  • Drosophyllum Seed, cross-polination preferred
  • Butterworts! P. lutea and planifolia seed prefered

1. Silver coins (for example, silver American Eagles)--I collect those.
1. Books on Cps
1. Quality LFSM
1. Metal detector
1. Good microscope
1. Quality tools
1. STRONG Magnets
1. Quality LASERs
2. Working digital point-n-shoot camera
2. Alphasmart 3000 (a keyboard computer like thing)
2. Electronic kits
2. Quality gadgets
2. Foreign currency (esp. Yuan)
3. Electronic parts (not junk)
3. Sound scooper (those things with the dish on top that hear sounds from far away)
3. Computer game: Universal Combat-collector’s edition or Universal Combat gold
And other things!

Will trade for postage (stamps)


PM or Email me!​
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