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By Bluefire
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Okay. So Google’s being weird and I can’t access my growlist, so I’ll try to write it out without overlooking any plants.
Edit: whoops. Overlooked some plants.
Edit: summertime sucks sometimes, but hey look- new plants too!

Flytraps:
Typical
Redder typical

Misc:
Brocchinia reducta
Cephalotus follicularis
Aldrovanda vesiculosa
Non-carnivorous plants, not limited to 30+ assorted cacti and some orchids

Utricularia:
Smithiana
Praelonga
Fulva
Sandersonii “blue”
Bisquamata

Genlisea:
Violacea
Violacea x lobata

Pinguicula:
Lutea
Primuliflora “rose”
Lusitanica
Moranensis alba
Kondoi
Rectifolia
Emarginata
Esseriana
Zecheri
Agnata “red leaf”
Agnata “true blue”
Cyclosecta
Rotundiflora
Laueana
Ehlersiae ‘Victoria’

Hybrids:
Agnata “red leaf” x moranensis alba
Moranensis alba x emarginata
BCP Goldeneye
Gigantea x cyclosecta
Laueana CP2 x emarginata
Rotundiflora x gracilis
‘Hanka’
‘Pirouette’

Drosera:
Capensis typical
Capensis red
Tokaiensis
Burmannii
Aliciae
Communis
Unidentified plant
Adelae
Prolifera
Schizandra
Latifolia
Tomentosa var. glabrata
Graomogolensis
Filliformis
Binata
Madagascariensis

Tuberous:
Peltata (gunniana?)
Auriculata
Hookeri
Macrantha
Moorei
Stricticaulis
Eremaea
Menziesii

Pygmy:
Scorpioides
x carbarup

Sarracenia:
Oreophila
Rubra gulfensis (anthocyanin free)
Purpurea (what? The fifth one?)
Unidentified hybrid
‘Judith Hindle’
Flava var. atropurpurea “Waccamaw” x ‘Saurus’ (seed grown)

Heliamphora:
Minor
Pulchella
Sarracenioides
Ciliata
Minor x heterodoxa

Nepenthes:
(I tend to write 4 and 9 similarly, there may be some mistakes with numbering reading off tags)
Ventricosa (red) male
Inermis (Gunung Gadut, Wistuba)
Hamata BE 4044
Undulatifolia (seed grown)
Burbidgeae (seed grown)
Zakriana (flared peristome)
Ampullaria (bronze nabire)
Bicalcarata
Veitchii (x 3)
Gymnamphora BE 4509
Ceciliae BE 3956
Spectabilis (Sibuyatan) BE 3177
Jacquelineae BE 3874
Glandulifera BE 3766
Izumiae BE 3925
Spathulata BE 3175
Mikei BE 3506
Jamban BE 3875
Vogelii BE 3256
Tenuis BE 4049
Sibuyanensis BE 3164
Palawanensis BE 3651
Boschiana BE 3643
Aenigma BE 3770
Leonardoi NE 169
Clipeata
Pervillei BE 3839
Madagascariensis BE 3247
Hirsuta BE 3083
Faizaliana NE 53
Mirabilis var. echinostoma BE 3372
Longifolia BE 3074
Tobaica BE 4089
Vieillardii BE 3224
Truncata
Tentaculata BE 3870
Stenophylla BE 3905
Singalana BE 3170
Reinwardtiana BE 3159
Rafflesiana BE 3722
Petiolata BE 3135
Peltata BE 4025
Ovata BE 3919
Northiana BE 3357
Merrilliana BE 3727
Lowii BE 3100
Lingulata BE 3463
Klossii
Flava BE 3652
Eymae BE 3736
Dactylifera BE 3070
Bongso BE 3036
Bellii BE 3026
Platychila (seed grown)
Gracilis (seed grown)
Burkei (?)
Graciliflora

Hybrids:
Arisolochoides x ventricosa BE 3447
Inermis x bongso BE 3897
x Thuraya (alata “boschiana mimic” x clipeata)
“Attractive Fuso”
‘Rebecca Soper’
Distillatoria “purple” x gracilis
Rokko x (Thorelii x Aristolochoides)
{[(lowii x veitchii) x boschiana] x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii] (c) x (mollis x veitchii) RE - 0003
Bokorensis x veitchii “Candy Dreams” RE - 0058
[(lowii x veitchii) x boschiana] x veitchii “Candy Dreams” RE - 0055
Unidentified plant, probably x miranda
x ventrata
Lady Luck / Bloody Mary

Wants:
Nepenthes diabolica (and to a lesser extent other toothy Nepenthes, but those would be a stretch for my now nonexistent budget)
More “toilet bowl” Nepenthes (dubia and talangensis)
Drosera zonaria
Petiolaris dews
And pretty much anything I don’t have, would love to try out different plants.
Last edited by Bluefire on Sun Jul 24, 2022 3:53 am, edited 7 times in total.
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By Apollyon
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That's a stellar collection you have
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By Bluefire
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Apollyon wrote: Fri Jul 01, 2022 2:04 am That's a stellar collection you have
Thank you!
I’ve recently moved but it seems all the plants have survived (though some threw little fits). I can’t wait for them to start looking nice so I can take some photos.
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Camden M wrote: Sun Jul 24, 2022 2:59 pm Wow! How do grow all those guys? Especially since their almost all neps. Do you have some kind of greenhouse setup?
Large clear plastic storage bins for now. Lowland and highland in separate rooms, temperature controlled by the (really strong) air conditioning. Hoping to upgrade to a greenhouse someday, also in the process of figuring out how to install fans for air circulation.

The lowlanders get natural light, the highlanders are under growlights.
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Do you have your Sarracenia's growing indoors too? I'm up in Phoenix and bought one from Lowe's a few weeks ago (I didn't know at the time that they should be kept outdoors). Its so hot here I've kept mine under the grow lights with everything else and it seems happy with the pitchers continuing to grow. I do plan to move it outside for the winter, but I'm hoping it won't die if it stays inside most of the year. I bought some MaxSea for it so it will at least get some nutrients in addition to the occasional gnat.
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No, I have them outside.... And they're not the happiest. I keep them out of direct sun because it's way too strong here and there's no ground I could put them on that wouldn't pose the threat of melting the water tray...

One of these days I hope to move back up North where they will be happier.
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Bluefire wrote:No, I have them outside.... And they're not the happiest. I keep them out of direct sun because it's way too strong here and there's no ground I could put them on that wouldn't pose the threat of melting the water tray...

One of these days I hope to move back up North where they will be happier.
I've heard of people using shade cloth in your climate with some success. You should look into it.
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