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By chevyguy8893
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My grow list as of 4/10/16:

Brocchinia
- Brocchinia reducta (11/29/14)

Cephalotus follicularis
- Coalmine Beach, Walpole WA, Australia
- typical variety
- 'Hummer's giant'
- self pollinated vigorous clone (seeds sown)
- “squat”
- “vigorous clumping”

Darlingtonia californica
- seedlings

Dionea muscipula
- 'akai ryu'
- 'B52'
- "ginormous"
- 'purple ambush' (FTS)
- 'purple haze'
- typical variety
- seed grown from FTS and eBay (sam1greentmb)
- "werewolf spawn" (FTS)

Drosera
- D. adelae
- D. aliciae
- D. brevifolia (Kountze, TX) (seed grown)
- D. burmannii (Humpty Doo, NT, Australia) (seed grown)
- D. camporupestris
- D. capensis "big pink"
- D. 'dreamsicle'
- D. filiformis
- D. filiformis "Florida red"
- D. graomogolensis
- D. hartmeyerorum (seeds sown)
- D. intermedia (temperate varieties)
- D. kaieteurensis (Chimanta tepui)
- D. latifolia (Sao Bernardo Do Campo)
- D. madagascariensis (seed grown)
- D. 'marston dragon'
- D. meristocaulis
- D. natalensis
- D. regia (seedlings and juvenile)
- D. schizandra
- D. sessilifolia
- D. slackii
- D. solaris
- D. spatulata
- D. venusta

Heliamphora
- H. sp. from Angasima Tepuis
- H. arenicola x H. ionasi
- H. ceracea from Cerro Neblina
- H. chimantensis from Chimantá Tepuis (AW clone 3)
- H. collina "red clone" (Wistuba division)
- H. exappendiculata from Chimantá Tepuis
- H. heterodoxa from Kavanayen, Venezuela (giant form)
- H. heterodoxa x nutans (12/01/14)
- H. minor (one juvenile, FTS, and one adult)
- H. neblinae from Avispa Venezuela
- H. nutans
- H. nutans "giant"
- H. parva from Cerro Neblina
- H. (parva x folliculata) x H. ionasi “killer red" (10 seeds sown)
- H. (parva x sarraceniodes) x H. folliculata (from Kamakawarai Tepui, Venezuela) (5 seeds sown)
- H. sarracenioides
- H. sarracenioides x purpurascens (from Ptari Tepui, Venezuela)
- H. tatei from Cerro Huachamachare
- H. "tequila" (green clone)
- H. uncinata from Amuri Tepui

Nepenthes
- N. aristolochioides (New Location, Sumatra)
- N. attenboroughii (seed grown)
- N. x briggsiana "Atlanta giant"
- N. burbidgeae x campanulata (seed grown, BE)
- N. Clarabell "Ringling Brothers" NN2490102 N. (clipeata x ventricosa) x (mirabilis x (northiana x maxima)
- N. hamata from Gunung Lumut, Sulawesi
- N. lingulata (seed grown, EP)
- N. lowii from Gunung Mulu, Borneo
- N. lowii x fusca (seed grown EP)
- N. maxima (Dwarf form Mt. Towingkeli)
- N. murudensis
- N. palawanensis (seed grown)
- N. sibuyanensis x aristolochioides (seed grown BE)
- N. 'song of melancholy'
- N. spectabilis
- N. spectabilis x hamata
- N. sumatrana x (lowii x veitchii)-yellow (seed grown EP)
- N. [thorellii x (spectabilis x northiana)] x lowii (EP)
- N. truncata (seed grown, EP)
- N. truncata (d) (seed grown EP)
- N. truncata x flava (EP)
- N. truncata x (lowii x spectabilis) (EP)
- N. truncata-giant x x trusmadiensis (EP)
- N. x ventrata
- N. ventricosa seedlings
- N. ventricosa x aristolochioides
- N. ventricosa x ephippiata (EP)

Sarracenia
- S. ‘Adrian Slack’ x S. ‘Judith Hindle’ (two different plants)
- S. alata
- S. (alata black x flava red tube) x (evendine x flava) seedlings
- S. alata var. nigropurpurea (black tube, De Soto National Forest, Mike King A28)
- S. alucard x S. saurus seedlings
- S. ares x. S. saurus seedlings
- S. 'black widow' x S. "ares" seedlings
- S. black widow x S. saurus seedlings
- S. flava “butterscotch”
- S. 'dixie lace' (11/29/14)
- S. flava (11/21/14)
- S. flava var. atropurpurea
- S. flava var. atropurpurea x S. flava var. atropurpurea (11/21/14)
- S. flava var. atropurpurea "fast growing for an atropurpurea"
- S. flava var. atropurpurea from a carnivorous plant store Bayou, Bay Co., FL
- S. flava 'bronze' (11/29/14)
- S. flava “extreme red throat” from Bay Co., FL
- S. flava var. rugelii clone A x clone B
- S. flava var. ornata x S. leucophylla "hot pink"
- S. flava var. ornata "black veins" from Bulloch Co., GA
- S. flava var. ornata "improved"
- S. flava var. ornata "improved black veins"
- S. flava var. ornata "LW5"
- S. (flava x purpurea var. purpurea) x S. leucophylla
- S. flava var. rubricorpora from near Sumatra, Liberty Co., FL “best clone”
- S. flava var. rubricorpora from near Sumatra, Liberty Co., FL “clone L” x “best clone”
- S. flava var. rubricorpora "Very dark form" (MK F149)
- S. flava var. rubricorpora 'burgundy' x S. flava var rubricorpora "clone L" (two different clones)
- S. "green monster" (11/29/14)
- S. "Helen Mary" (MK H182)
- S. "Jerry Addington hybrid" (11/21/14)
- S. “Joanna” (MK H169)
- S. 'Judith Hindle'
- S. 'Leah Wilkerson' (11/29/14)
- S. “llama” (11/29/14)
- S. leucophylla "4EV" from Baldwin Co., AL (possible var. alba)
- S. leucophylla var. alba "select 20" from Washington Co., AL
- S. leucophylla var. alba "standard" from Baldwin Co., AL
- S. leucophylla var. alba from Washington Co., AL
- S. leucophylla "purple & white" from Deer Park,AL (MK L12A)
- S. leucophylla (two different plants from different sources)
- S. leucophylla from Baldwin County, AL, seedlings
- S. leucophylla "61-D" from Baldwin County, AL
- S. leucophylla “ATSTE” from Okaloosa Co., FL
- S. leucophylla “burgundy” x S. minor giant “pink clone”
- S. leucophylla “dark pink”
- S. leucophylla x S. flava "red lip" from Baker, Florida (MK H88)
- S. leucophylla HCW clone F x S. 'Adrian Slack' seedlings
- S. leucophylla x S. ‘Diane Whittaker’ (MK H202)
- S. leucophylla HCW clone F x S. flava var. rugelii "403" seedlings
- S. leucophylla "red and white" x leucophylla "avalon beach" (11/21/14)
- S. minor "anthocyanin free"
- S. minor var. okefenokeensis from Charlton Co., GA
- S. minor var. okefenokeensis “clone C” from Ware Co., GA
- S. minor 'Okee giant' x "blood moon" (11/21/14)
- S. x moorei 'Brooks Hybrid' (MK H7)
- S. x moorei (Tall pitchers, Mike King H62)
- S. x moorei x S. 'Adrian Slack' seedlings
- S. open pollinated (O.P.) hybrid seedlings
- S. oreophila (11/29/14)
- S. oreophila (second clone received in 2016)
- S. oreophila "Alabama" x S. oreophila var. ornata "Sand Mountain"
- S. oreophila var. ornata
- S. oreophila var. ornata "Sand Mountain", clone H, heavy vein, pistillate flower
- S. oreophila #4-19-13-5 x S. oreophila "North Sound" seedlings
- S. "plum" (11/29/14)
- S. psittacina (11/21/14)
- S. psittacina 'giant' (11/29/14)
- S. purpurea
- S. purpurea (large pitchers) seedlings
- S. purpurea OP hybrid (11/21/14)
- S. purpurea
- S. purpurea var. montana “clone AA”
- S. purpurea var. montana from Jackson Co., NC
- S. purpurea ssp. venosa (California Carnivores clone)
- S. purpurea ssp. venosa from Tattnall Co., GA
- S. 'reptilian rose' x S. leucophylla "pale"
- S. rubra ssp. alabamensis (11/29/14)
- S. rubra ssp. gulfensis (11/29/14)
- S. rubra ssp. jonesii (11/29/14)
- S. rubra ssp. wherryi "Chatom giant"
- S. 'scarlet belle'
- S. "super swamp ghost"
- S. x umlauftiana (11/29/14)
- S. 'Waccamaw'

Stylidium
- S. debile

Utricularia
- U. alpina x endresii
- U. fulva
- U. gibba
- U. prehensilis
- U. subulata
- U. warburgii

Seeds recently sown
- N. dubia (sown 4/24/16)
- N. lowii
- N. spectabilis (sown 4/10/16)
- N. vogelii (sown 4/10/16)
Last edited by chevyguy8893 on Sun Apr 24, 2016 11:49 pm, edited 41 times in total.
By katya_dog1
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Statement outdated. ;)
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By chevyguy8893
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katya_dog1 wrote::lol: You have very single sarracenia on my want list! People tend to say that they are common (except Judith Hindle) but I think that S. Purp and S. Leucophylla are a couple of the prettiest sarrs.
Even though they may be more common plants, I agree that both are very pretty. I am particularly drawn to S. purpurea out of them all though, partially because they are native to the area and I can see them in their habitats. Hopefully I can expand that part of the list before spring, especially with some sort of S. flava :).
By katya_dog1
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You can see it growing in the wild? Lucky! Purps are certainly my second favorite sarracenia, but first goes to either sarracenia leucophylla tarnok or Wilkerson red rocket.
By chevyguy8893
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I'm glad that they still exist locally within a relatively small area and that it is a protected area (even though that doesn't seem to stop the poachers). I hope to be working with the local population here soon (legally that is). Those are both stunning leuco's and would be nice ones to have :).
By katya_dog1
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Yeah, red lacey veins on white is absolutely stunning.
By katya_dog1
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growing fast! I forgot to update mine, will do that now.
By katya_dog1
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Dude! Where on earth did you get all those sarrs? I would love to see pics of your leuco red and white x leuco "Avalon beach".
By katya_dog1
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And where did you get the purp seeds?
By katya_dog1
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I noticed that you only did 4 week stratification on your S. (alata black x flava red tube) x (evendine x flava) seeds. Eric told me to do six week stratification, I am still waiting. You said you have 26, I got 28, so tell me what percentage germinate. Might be nice to know which was better.
By chevyguy8893
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katya_dog1 wrote:I noticed that you only did 4 week stratification on your S. (alata black x flava red tube) x (evendine x flava) seeds. Eric told me to do six week stratification, I am still waiting. You said you have 26, I got 28, so tell me what percentage germinate. Might be nice to know which was better.
It would be good to know if there is any difference in percent germination and the time to germination of all those that do. Mine have not shown any signs of germination yet, but I will let you know what I find with mine.
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By chevyguy8893
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Updated after sorting through and counting the new Sarracenia seeds to place them in cold stratification. More S. purpurea seeds were placed in stratification as well. The first four listed below are hybrids created by Jerry Addington.

S. 'black widow' x S. "ares" (4 week cold stratification start 1/17/15, qty. 27)
S. leucophylla HCW clone F x S. 'Adrian Slack' (4 week cold stratification start 1/17/15, qty. 34)
S. x moorei x S. 'Adrian Slack' (4 week cold stratification start 1/17/15, qty. 33)
S. oreophila #4-19-13-5 x S. oreophila "North Sound" (4 week cold stratification start 1/17/15, qty. 152)
S. purpurea (5 week cold stratification start 1/17/15, qty. 50)

Removed from stratification and sown.
S. open pollinated (O.P.) hybrid (4 week cold stratification start 12/22/14, qty. 28)(sown 1/17/14)

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