- Dec 6, 2014
- Newark, CA
I should add that I plan to give away some of those once they become independent plants. I think it would be great if this forum reached the point where anyone new could get a hold of an easy plant or two.This looks really great!
And...I have more Drosera binata cuttings:
The cuttings I sent myself, which traveled through Oakland (D. binata and D. capensis 'Red'), starting to grow:
The plant's about to bloom. I assume it's a self-fertile clone. The seller described it as: "The flowers of Drosera binata produce copious seed making them quite prolific."
And finally, since if figured I might as well take a couple small root cuttings now. They don't look like they'll have any problem making new plants:
So I should have a "few" Drosera binata. Hopefully they can be put to good use. Again, I received a small plant 1 1/2 months ago.
Finally, these are not CPs, but I also hope to have seeds of Passiflora foetida and an Aristolochia or two available soon as well. I'm expecting a friend will send some in the mail. I'm not sure how many.