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Jds's growlist(Pic heavy).As of October 7,2016.

by Jds » Thu Aug 27, 2015 2:49 pm

Aldrovanda

1)Aldrovanda vesiculosa(Australia)

Drosera

1)D.capensis"typical".
2)D.capensis"red".
3)D.capensis"alba".
4)D.capensis'WF' x D. aliciae.
5)D.adelae.
6)D.slackii.
7)D.madagascariensis.
8)D.regia.


Dionaea muscipula

1)Royal Red.
2)Green Sawtooth.
3)Titan.
4)B52.
5)All red form.
6)Cupped traps.
7)Angel wings.(Very small size)
8)Alien.(Very small size)
9)Typical.

Utricularia

1)U.sandersonii 'blue'.
2)U.spec Kerala.
3)Utricularia livida.
4)Utricularia gibba Alagoas, Quebrangulo, Brasil.
5)Utricularia bisquamata.

Sarracenia

1)Sarracenia rubra ssp. gulfensis

Cephalotus

1)-

Nepenthes(Not arrived yet)

1)N.adnata x campanulata.
2)N.'Bloody Mary'

Pinguicula
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Re: Jds's small growlist

by iamjacksplants » Thu Aug 27, 2015 4:32 pm

Hey Jds,

That's a pretty big grow list for a small grow list... :P

Pretty impressive. Do you have any pictures? How long have you had the Cephalatous?

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Re: Jds's small growlist

by Jds » Thu Aug 27, 2015 4:40 pm

Yes,I may upload in few days.
And my Cephalotus is too small(Just 1 pitcher about 0.5 cm),I don't know whether it's healthy or not :roll: ,even though,I will upload images of it.
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Re: Jds's small growlist

by iamjacksplants » Thu Aug 27, 2015 5:05 pm

I'm sure your Cephalatous is healthy Jds, you always seem quite knowledgeable in your posts, so I'm betting your giving it what it needs.

I really REALLY want a Cephalatous! I think that's going to be my next plant. What conditions are you giving it? How long have you had it?

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Re: Jds's small growlist

by Jds » Thu Aug 27, 2015 5:18 pm

Thanks Iamjacksplants.
It maybe a month and a half,it hasn't grown any pitcher since I have received but it's not dying,too!That's why I am confused about it's health.
It used to get morning sunlight from 7 or 8 am to 12pm,but since monsoon is going on,it gets sunlight very rarely.
I water by tray method,fill the tray when it dries out.
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by Ishaha » Thu Aug 27, 2015 7:54 pm

Wow jds, that's ALOT of pingsXD

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Re: Jds's small growlist

by Jds » Sat Aug 29, 2015 5:36 am

Hey,Iamjacksplants!
I just saw new growth in my Cephalotus,so you can follow my method.
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Re: Jds's small growlist

by iamjacksplants » Sat Aug 29, 2015 5:41 am

Hey Jds,
That's awesome news! I'm still hoping to see some pics soon.

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Re: Jds's small growlist

by Jds » Sat Aug 29, 2015 5:44 am

These plants are very young so they are very small,so I thought of taking pictures later,but since you are curious to see my plants,I am taking images now.
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Re: Jds's small growlist(Pic heavy)

by Jds » Sat Aug 29, 2015 6:53 am

Images.
I haven't taken images of plants that are too small.
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Tillandsia melanocrater.
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N.viking pitcher.
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N.rafflesiana'tricolor'.
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N.mirabilis'red,Merah'.
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N.ampullaria'red spotted'.
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Tillandsia ionatha.
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D.spatulata,I don't know why it isn't growing dewy leaves.
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Drosera capensis seed grown(From YaronR).
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Sarracenia flava var rubricorpora.
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P.gigantea.
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P.agnata CSUF x P.laueana sierre mixe.
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P.tehuacan.
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P.weser.
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P.kondoi.
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P.debbertiana.
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P.laueana CP3
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P.emarginata'red leaf'
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P.moctezumae,I don't know what's wrong with one in the middle.
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Cephalotus.
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Wacky traps.
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Wacky traps.
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B52.
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Typicals.
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Vft seedlings.
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Vft seedlings.
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D.capensis seedlings.
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Re: Jds's small growlist(Pic heavy).

by iamjacksplants » Sat Aug 29, 2015 9:30 am

WOW! Great looking plants Jds! Thanks for posting pics. Even the small ones look great.

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Re: Jds's small growlist(Pic heavy).

by Ishaha » Sat Aug 29, 2015 6:07 pm

Wow! Nice pics

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Re: Jds's small growlist(Pic heavy).

by SerMuncherIV » Sat Aug 29, 2015 6:35 pm

That "D. capensis seed grown from YaronY" isn't a D. capensis, it looks like D. tokaiensis.

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Re: Jds's small growlist(Pic heavy).

by Jds » Sat Aug 29, 2015 6:54 pm

Are you sure SerMuncherIV?
I have never bought D.tokaiensis seeds,by the way,if you have 3 or 4 months old seedlings of D.capensis then can you show me?
I really want to know which plant it is.
It just came out of nowhere in my peat moss,so I planted it in different pot,you maybe right as it is growing faster than my D.capensis seedlings.
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Re: Jds's small growlist(Pic heavy).

by SerMuncherIV » Sat Aug 29, 2015 7:08 pm

100% sure the larger one is not D. capensis. Your smaller seedlings probably are, but it's still too early to tell. These are D. capensis "Typical" around 4 months from seed: Image

That plant looks like an adult D. tokaiensis:
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I wouldn't diagnose it based on growth speed though, adult plants always grow faster than their seedling counterparts. I doubt you'll ever be able to tell the ID for sure, the taxonomy of the subtropical D. spatulata complex is hotly debated and confusing at best. To prevent misinformation from being spread, the best thing to do is label that plant a NOID Drosera.

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