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By fattytuna
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Joined:  Sun Jan 22, 2012 4:00 am
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I recently restarted the hobby. This time it's not about as many species as I can, rather, collecting plants I that I personally find interesting, studying different varieties of the same species, and plants that I know will thrive in my growing conditions.

Drosera:

binata
- var. multifida f. extrema (M) From Triffid Park Nursery
- Sydney form. over 10 growth points (S)
- Giant form. Very large and long leaves (S)
- Red form. Red coloured leaves (S)
- T form (S)

regia. Seed Grown(S)

spatulata
- Medium sized plants with beautiful hues from orange to pink. Pink flowered (S)
- Medium sized plants. Goes crimson in the right conditions. White flowered (S)

pygmaea (M)

Drosophyllum lusitanicum
- Cortes de la Frontera, Andalucia, Spain (S)

Dionaea muscipula
- From Paradisia nurseries (M)

Plus a few other weedy hitchhikers not really worth mentioning.

List updated 9 March 2017

Key:
S = Seedling
I = Immature
M = Mature

Wish list:
Byblis liniflora
Drosera prolifera
Drosera glanduligera
Western Australian tuberous Drosera
Stem forming Pygmy Drosera
Interesting varieties of Drosera capensis
Easier Petiolaris complex Drosera
Drosera admirabilis
Stem forming Drosera
South African Drosera species similar to Drosera capensis (e.g. ramentacea, upright forms of venusta complex etc)
Interesting varieties of Drosera binata
Species related to Drosera spatulata (e.g. ultramafica, neocaledonica, extreme spatulata momrphologies)
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Aldrovanda
Pinguicula gigantea
Utricularia graminifolia
Cephalotus follicularis

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