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By Jeeper
#331923
Update 4/6/19

Well... I did a thing... A thing I said I wasn't going to do...

Cephalotus
C.f. 'Eden Black' leaf pulls
C.f. Queen Mary

Dionaea muscipula
D.m. 'Big Mouth'

Drosera
D. 'Emeralds Envy'
D. 'Dreamsicle'

Heliamphora
H. Minor var minor
H. Minor 'Burgandy Black'
H. heterodoxa

Sarracenia
S. catesbaei 'Bengal Tiger' X OP
S. 'Dana's Delight'
S. flava
S. HCW Cali clone X 'Phantom'
S. leucophylla
S. purp 'Yellow Jacket'
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By Jeeper
#342607
Updated 8/20/19

Added 8 new Tuberous Drosera species! :D

Crossed off a couple plants that did not survive my move into our first house. I need to 'clean up' the Pygmy list as well as I lost a great deal of them as well... :oops:
By tanqueray
#342780
Awesome grow list! In the third post, what is the moss that your Ceph “Norma” is growing in?


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By twitcher
#342784
Sorry about your pygmy losses. I've been impressed by your pygmy collection for a while and been thinking about asking you how you maintain them. I find them to be a challenge, although I do manage to keep a few alive, they do not do well for me.
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By Jeeper
#342861
tanqueray wrote:Awesome grow list! In the third post, what is the moss that your Ceph “Norma” is growing in?


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Its some form of carpet moss that almost all plants I've received from California Carnivores have when they arrive... It soaks up huge amounts of water and eventually pushes the plants out of the pots...
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By Jeeper
#342863
twitcher wrote:Sorry about your pygmy losses. I've been impressed by your pygmy collection for a while and been thinking about asking you how you maintain them. I find them to be a challenge, although I do manage to keep a few alive, they do not do well for me.
I will rebuild, it happens...

Temps no higher than 80°f max (I would shoot for 75°). Temp drops at night to ~65°, or lower. Watered by tray method, let tray dry out for a couple days before refilling. I was using 6in tall pots, but I'm going to go back to 3-5in tall pots. Soil is around 2:1 sand:peat.
By twitcher
#342867
I'll have to try that. I keep mine much wetter, 3" pots and summer temps get close to 90. I don't know if its practical for me to keep the temps down that much here with what I can manage, but I can lower the wetness. Thanks for the response.
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By Jeeper
#346012
Updated the list, it's getting long, still need to cross out the pygmies I lost, but don't have the willpower to do it...
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By Jeeper
#346092
Started striking the pygmies I lost, in the move, as I began my gemmae planting for the year. Sorry folks, not selling this year as I've decided to build up stock. Starting 4 pots of each kind I get gammae from and hopefully they'll all make it to next year. A lot of my mother plants are multiple years only and getting a little Haggard...
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By Jeeper
#347023
Soooo I finally went through the pygmies... :(

Not all the survivors made gemmae for me but for the ones that did, I planted All. Of. It.

20 species/locations/hybrids - 4 pots of each species - each pot 4-20 gemmae.
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By twitcher
#347029
Awesome, can't wait to see the pics in 5 months.
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By Jeeper
#347042
Thanks, I will def keep these updated, and if anyone has something I striked off, I'm looking to buy...
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By Jeeper
#347175
Added some new tuberous drosera and a utricularias to the list. :D

Also gave the orchids section some much needed updates.

Updated wants as well.

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