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Drosera & Byblis seed

by NatchGreyes » Mon Nov 24, 2014 12:43 am

This year, I've managed to collect seed for the following species:

Drosera x beleziana 'EM Pond' - $3
Drosera capillaris 'Jacksonville, FL' (These packets may contain D. brevifolia and/or D. intermedia) - $3
Drosera glanduligera - $3
Drosera intermedia 'EM Pond' - $2.50
Drosera rotundifolia 'EM Pond' - $3

Shipping in a regular envelope with padding is $0.75.

I'm particularly interested to see the outcomes of the D. x beleziana seed. This hybrid sprang up in a pot of D. rotundifolia and D. intermedia which I started from seed. Interestingly, the hybrid appears fertile, as it flowered for the first time this year and saw a good seed set.
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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by katya_dog1 » Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:08 am

I'll take a capensis packet. What would you recommend, D. Intermedia or D. Glandilugera?
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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by David F » Mon Nov 24, 2014 4:11 am

I may have beat you to the capensis Katya, when this plant matures I'll let you know.

D. Glandilugera might be hard to maintain long term, but you should give it a try.
Looking for any drosera capensis via seed, pm me!
I'm interested in any sundews.

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by tish » Mon Nov 24, 2014 4:17 am

Hi,

I am interested if theD. Beleziana can grow in tropical country and is rosette type.

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by NatchGreyes » Mon Nov 24, 2014 12:24 pm

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by katya_dog1 » Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:05 pm

David F wrote:I may have beat you to the capensis Katya, when this plant matures I'll let you know.



Ah it was you. :lol: I thought that for sure I got to it first, definitely keep me updated!

@Natchgreyes, is it the flower that is pink, or is it the entire plant?
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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by David F » Mon Nov 24, 2014 4:11 pm

@Katya, we think it's the pink form which resulted in cross of an alba X all red capensis, which made a large vigorous plant that was pink.

I'll be comparing its growth to typical, red narrow leaf, alba, broad leaf, some giant form, and wide leaf all started from seeds.

I'm still looking for "all red", blainskloof, and other giant forms.
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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by katya_dog1 » Mon Nov 24, 2014 4:53 pm

:shock: I thought it just meant pink flowers! I am getting All Red from leathaltraps, maybe I can get some alba seeds and try my own crosses. :D
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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by NatchGreyes » Tue Nov 25, 2014 12:35 am

Yep, what David said. I'll grab a shot of all the capensis types that I grow in the morning and share. Since it's winter and they're under lights, they're not as nicely colored as during the summer, but you can still see blushes of color.

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by tish » Tue Nov 25, 2014 1:17 am

David F wrote:@Katya, we think it's the pink form which resulted in cross of an alba X all red capensis, which made a large vigorous plant that was pink.

I'll be comparing its growth to typical, red narrow leaf, alba, broad leaf, some giant form, and wide leaf all started from seeds.

I'm still looking for "all red", blainskloof, and other giant forms.



i got some D capensis Bain's Kloof in my germinating pot. I hope they germinate so i can verify if they are the red ones...

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by jwalker » Tue Nov 25, 2014 2:27 am

As far as I now bainskloof is not red it's a location and grows a long stem one of the red ones comes from Giftberg

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by Cory » Tue Nov 25, 2014 3:50 am

jwalker wrote:As far as I now bainskloof is not red it's a location and grows a long stem one of the red ones comes from Giftberg


Bains kloof is not red and indeed a location of growth.
They prefer cooler temps that that of the typical varieties other than that just as easy to grow

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by tish » Tue Nov 25, 2014 3:52 am

Thanks for the info, I really had no idea on this one, just wanted to try growing them when I saw pictures in growsundews website. I'm not saying it is red but sometimes colors changes in different enviroment due to temperature or too much artifical light.

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Re: Drosera & Byblis seed

by David F » Tue Nov 25, 2014 3:56 am

Blain's Kloor are not red, however they are pretty interesting.
Looking for any drosera capensis via seed, pm me!
I'm interested in any sundews.

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