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By Alvin 415
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GROW LIST FOLLOWS PICS
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N. jamban
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N. jamban growth after 10 months.
N. jamban growth after 10 months.
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***I do not have any plants to sell or trade.***

Cephalotus follicularis
Hummer's Giant (Charles Brewer)
Bubble Giant (Dick Chan)
Queen Mary (Colorado Carnivorous Plant Society)
Hampshire Black. (Colorado Carnivorous Plant Society)
Triffid Albany Black. (Colorado Carnivorous Plant Society)
Double Ribbed (Jcal/Dennis Hastings RIP)
Squat (Jcal/Dennis Hastings RIP)
Phil Mann (Jcal/Jerry Jackson RIP)
Brewer's Red (Jcal/Charles Brewer)
Coal Mine Beach
Seed Grown (Jcal)
OG 03_u (Brian Lipinski)
J.T. Ag3 1997 TC (Oudean's Willow Creek Nursery)
Daniella (California Carnivores)
UC Davis clone (Brian Lipinski)


Sarracenia
Adrian Slack (California Carnivores)
Leo Song (California Carnivores)
Yellow Jacket
Fat Chance
Leah Wilkerson (Raccoon Ridge Nursery)
Doreen's Colossus (Raccoon Ridge Nursery)

Dionaea muscipula
Alien (Flytrap Store)
B52 (FTR)
B52 x Ginormous (California Carnivores)
Big Mouth (California Carnivores)
Coquillage (California Carnivores)
Cross Teeth (California Carnivores)
Cupped Trap (California Carnivores)
DC-XL (Flytrap Store)
Fused Tooth (California Carnivores)
Ginormous (California Carnivores)
Gremlin (California Carnivores)
Grun
King Henry (Carnivero)
Maroon Monster (FTR)
Low Giant (California Carnivores)
Schuppenstiel
Spider
UK Sawtooth
Vigorous
BCP 1343-01 (Best Carnivorous Plants)
BCP 1343-02 (Best Carnivorous Plants)
BCP 1343-08 (Best Carnivorous Plants)

Drosera
D. binata (California Carnivores)
D. dichotoma 'Giant' (California Carnivores)
D. regia (California Carnivores)
D. Southern Cross (anglica x tracyi) (California Carnivores)
D. 'California Sunset' (California Carnivores)
D. x 'Carburup' (California Carnivores)
D. intermedia x capillaris (California Carnivores)
D. zigzagia (California Carnivores)
D. cistiflora 'purple flower' (California Carnivores)
D. spatulata Hong Kong (California Carnivores)


Utricularia
U. sandersonii 'Blue' (California Carnivores)

Darlingtonia californica
Unknown

Heliamphora
Heliamphora minor (California Carnivores)

Nepenthes Species:
N. hamata - (Ron Dudek)
N. jamban (California Carnivores)
N. lowii - BE-3100 (Carnivero)

Nepenthes Hybrids:
N. [(lowii x veitchii) x boschiana] x trusmadiensis (Exotica Plants) (Carnivero)
N. spathulata x platychila
N. spathulata x (sibuyanensis x ventricosa)
N. (spathulata x spectabilis) x aristolochioides
N. truncata D "Red Flush" (Exotica Plants) (Carnivero)
N. spathulata x glabrata (Predatory Plants)
N. miranda (Predatory Plants)
N. veitchii highland x boschiana
N. truncata
N. maxima x veitchii
N. spectabilis x ventricosa BE-3560 (Carnivero)
N. aristolochioides x (ventricosa 'Red' x talangensis) SG
N. sibuyanensis x aristolochiodes BE-3574 (California Carnivores)
N. spathulata x jacquelineae BE-3544 (California Carnivores)
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By katya_dog1
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Wow! Nice list of the large VFTs, ceph, and Neps!
By katya_dog1
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Oh wow. :shock: Those are some spectacular neps! Great cephalotus too. How long have you been growing them? Do you use a terrarium?
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By Alvin 415
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katya_dog1 wrote:Oh wow. :shock: Those are some spectacular neps! Great cephalotus too. How long have you been growing them? Do you use a terrarium?
Thanks! I only recently got interested in tropical pitchers because of my daughter's interest in them. My primary interest is in flytraps. However, I do find neps slowly moving towards that #1 spot. :D

No terrarium. On a shelf, under grow lights, next to a window. Plastic egg crate serves as a humidity tray.
By bvalente
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The Ceph is very pretty! I like your list of VFT cultivars, however I still find myself partial to VFT over any other CP's :) Ceph's are beginning to grow on me though
By katya_dog1
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bvalente wrote: I like your list of VFT cultivars, however I still find myself partial to VFT over any other CP's :)
Ahh, you need some more sarracenia. :)
By katya_dog1
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Alvin 415 wrote:
katya_dog1 wrote:Oh wow. :shock: Those are some spectacular neps! Great cephalotus too. How long have you been growing them? Do you use a terrarium?
Thanks! I only recently got interested in tropical pitchers because of my daughter's interest in them. My primary interest is in flytraps. However, I do find neps slowly moving towards that #1 spot. :D

No terrarium. On a shelf, under grow lights, next to a window. Plastic egg crate serves as a humidity tray.
Great! Now I know how those beautiful pitchers are grown.
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By Alvin 415
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We picked up a hamata at the Pacific Orchid Expo last night. Pic added. Great plant from Drew at Carnivero.

The Expo is all weekend long. Worth the visit.

Carnivero and Predatory Plants are both there, and have some great stuff.
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By katya_dog1
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Sorry for asking this question again, but I'd like to be a bit more specific.

So you're growing on an open shelf. Could you give me an approximation of Day/Night temps and relative humidity? I notice in the pictures that the Jamban is wet. Do you mist to help them along?

And last but not least, what type of lighting do you use? Thanks for any answer, I find myself more and more interested in Nepenthes, and Hamata is near the top of the list. :)

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