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By andynorth
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ChefDean wrote: Thu Jan 18, 2024 2:02 am Seeds for rubra gulfensis x self in the seed bank.
Are you able to go back and see if I already received these seeds from Seedbank? I have some germinating but not sure where they came from as I only recently made a spreadsheet for this. I thought I had all that I got from seedbank but I might be wrong.
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I think you got the gulfensis from me. I know that I sent you some different ones a while back. Besides, the gulfensis in the seed bank are from me as well.

Edit: yep, you got them from me. post439637.html#p439637
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I think you are correct. I also have filiformis, a VFT and a couple Drosera. I recalled that after looking at my calendar for strat dates. They are all coming up well. I just need a better tracking system!!
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My latest additions. I will post pics once potted up. I had to purchase another Cobra Lily as I may have killed my original one by allowing it to freeze. I will bring in to garage next season for dormancy. I am hoping it will recover but I have my doubts. :cry:

Sarrs:
S.oreophila, "VP" Endangered, FTS
S.rubra ssp.jonesii, Endangered, FTS
S.rubra ssp.alabamaensis, Endangered, FTS
S.Darlingtonia Californica (Cobra Lily), Bugbitingplants.com
Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis-@Optique-FTF
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By Andrew072
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Do you mean drosera paleacea? there is no described drosera species called paleaceo. Also the "true" drosera paleacea is extremely rare in cultivation. The majority of "paleacea" on the market are either roseana or micrantha.
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It's been a bit since I have added anything new to my collection. Well, with today being World Carnivorous Plant Day I just had to get something. My newest addition I just ordered from Matt. 15% off and free shipping. Great deal. I will replace pic with my own once received.
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andynorth wrote: Wed May 01, 2024 9:05 pm My newest addition I just ordered from Matt.
That one looks like an ornata x rugelii cross, beautiful plant.
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This is the actual S. flava var. ornata "light veining". It looks a lot like an S. rugelli. I can't believe the size of this thing. I was expecting something about half this size. 32" is even taller than my tallest flava.
The others are replacements that Matt so graciously sent. I bought them in Dec. and Jan. and they did not survive dormancy. This is the reason I will be back for more. S.cheruwa, S.nombile, S.jonesii and an S.oreophila. Thanks again, Matt.
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