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By erikHIplants
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Joined:  Tue Aug 09, 2016 5:03 am
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Hello started a carnivorous plant hobby in Hawaii!

Grow List -

Drosera
D. aliciae
D. anglica - Alaka'i bog, Hawaii
D. anglica - Kanaele bog, Hawaii
D. burmanii - Humpty Doo, AU
D. burmanii - Tin Can Bay, AU
D. binata - Waihonu, NZ
D. capensis 'narrow'
D. capensis 'alba'
D. capensis 'giant' - Germany
D. capensis 'red leaf'
D. hartmeyerorum
D. finlaysoniana
D. sessilifolia
D. spatulata typical-weedy
D. spatulata -Lantau island
D. madagascariensis
D. natalensis
D. neocalidonica
D. nidiformis
D. paradoxa 'orange flower'

Pygmy:
D. x carbarup
D. helodes
D. micanthra
D. pulchella 'pink flower'
D. scorpoides


Pinguicula
P. laueana
P. jaumavensis (RIP)
P. lusitanica

Cephalotus follicularis
Brewer's Red
Emu Point (RIP)
FTS typical
Hummer's Giant
Eden Black xEB

Nepenthes
N. albomarginata 'red'
N. rafflesiana - Riau, Indonesia
N. rafflesiana
N. rokko x josefita
N. ventrata
Last edited by erikHIplants on Sun Jun 25, 2017 10:15 pm, edited 25 times in total.
By erikHIplants
Posts:  406
Joined:  Tue Aug 09, 2016 5:03 am
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Smooter80 wrote:Did you get neocalidonica germination already? I just start some two days ago.

Yes I did, had them in test tubes was about 60% germination rate so far. Potted up 3 seedlings that sprouted. Left the other 2 seeds in the water. I put them in the water 11/02 and found the sprouts on 11/08 so 6 days.
By erikHIplants
Posts:  406
Joined:  Tue Aug 09, 2016 5:03 am
#279329
Smooter80 wrote:Awesome man. That's very fast germination for any Drosera. It's rare in cultivation so that makes it even better. I'll probably end up trying a few different growing conditions and see what it likes.
I'm really liking the water propagation method, i've gotten finlaysoniana, binata, sp. lantau island, and the neocalidonica within the past 11 days. The finlaysonia and binata seed I had were impressively fast in water, 4-5 days for about an 80%+ germ rate.

Haven't seen much luck with the capensis though. May try them in some sphagnum. We'll see.
By erikHIplants
Posts:  406
Joined:  Tue Aug 09, 2016 5:03 am
#279332
Smooter80 wrote:You must have special water. That's very fast for any of those. Capensis is normally in the 30-45 day range so I would not remove them from the water. For the capensis giant, I only got germination in water.
Just your good old fashioned magical Walmart great value distilled water, measured at 0 PPM. My temps here in Hawaii are always 79-84 maybe that's it. I'm not sure. The finlaysoniana was the most surprising because I put a few more seeds in the tube than I should have. I had about 10 seedlings all popping up at the same time. I was gonna wait for the rest of the tubes to post results in the water germination section.
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