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Shadowtski

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I'd dearly love to see a Drosera ramentacea go up for bids.
It looks like a capensis, and seems to want the same care.
But they're pretty difficult to find stateside.

But I don't expect to see one so I'll just buy a couple of T-Shirts to support the cause.

I plan to talk up the auction on some general houseplant FB groups so I'll probably donate some beginner Drosera for them.
 
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Since I am doing a new greenhouse I would honestly love to see a few medium to full grown plants as a choice, as well as some good, fresh seeds if anyone has any to sell. Seeds for various species of Nepenthes, butterworts, and sundews.
 
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I'm looking for . . .

Carnivorous:
Drosera x 'Hercules'

Orchid:
Jewel Orchids
Ground Orchids
Bletilla striata
Dendrobium lindleyi Steud
Oncidium 'Sharry-Baby' (Chocolate-Orchid)

Fern:
Native US Ferns
Small Exotic Ferns
Nephrolepsis exaltata ‘Tiger Fern’
Asplenium x ebenoides (Dragon's Tail Fern)

Other Plants:
Pilea peperomioides (Chinese Money-Plant)
Alocasia 'Tiny Dancers'
Tricyrtis hirta (Toad Lily)
Perineal Plants for shade
 
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Carl Junction, Missouri
I'd dearly love to see a Drosera ramentacea go up for bids.
It looks like a capensis, and seems to want the same care.
But they're pretty difficult to find stateside.

But I don't expect to see one so I'll just buy a couple of T-Shirts to support the cause.

I plan to talk up the auction on some general houseplant FB groups so I'll probably donate some beginner Drosera for them.

Thank you so much! We appreciate all the help!
 
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I find it helpful when potential bidders express their interests in things to bid on. What do you want to see up for bid this year?

Tuberous Drosera, South American Drosera, Heliamphora, temperate pinguicula, terrestria utricularia
 

NemJones

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jewel orchids, orchids of any kind, cacti and succulents.

also rare/unique mosses
 
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D. schizandra, D. prolifera or D. x "andromeda" would be cool! I think a few were listed last year.
 

raccoon city

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Palm Desert, CA USA
I'm looking for interesting drought-tolerant plants, mainly succulents.
I'm not sure exactly what, but I'll know it when I see it. wink.png
 
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Portland, OR
I'm looking for . . .

Carnivorous:
Drosera x 'Hercules'

Orchid:
Jewel Orchids
Ground Orchids
Bletilla striata
Dendrobium lindleyi Steud
Oncidium 'Sharry-Baby' (Chocolate-Orchid)

Fern:
Native US Ferns
Small Exotic Ferns
Nephrolepsis exaltata ‘Tiger Fern’
Asplenium x ebenoides (Dragon's Tail Fern)

Other Plants:
Pilea peperomioides (Chinese Money-Plant)
Alocasia 'Tiny Dancers'
Tricyrtis hirta (Toad Lily)
Perineal Plants for shade
I think I have some extra D. 'hercules'. Idk if they are big enough to auction yet, but I will check for you!
 

Not a Number

Hello, I must be going...
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Mexican Pings! I lost a bunch that I sold here in previous years. Hopefully some of those peeps have some extras they can auction off.
 

thez_yo

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Virginia, USA
I'm looking for interesting drought-tolerant plants, mainly succulents.
I'm not sure exactly what, but I'll know it when I see it. View attachment 4562

You know, I think I am too on the succulent/cactus thing. Particularly things that look Stapeliad-y. Like Huernia zebrina, or these beauties:
Stapelianthus madagascariensis --> click here for pic
Tridentea gemminiflora --> click here for pic

Maybe a mexiping like NaN too. Something long and grabbity like moctezumae probably.
 

Est

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I'm still getting back in the game, so I'm looking for the basics again. I'm growing in a new (to me) environment, so I'll be looking to experiment with things are aren't /too/ rare mostly.

I'd love to see basically any Drosera and Utricularia.
 

chibae

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mid-Atlantic coast, USA
moss and small ferns

I'm on a strict space budget right now and looking at an upcoming move. So i will be looking at mosses and small ferns for small container gardens
 
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