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By jjimenez831
Posts:  80
Joined:  Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:36 pm
#217802
Ok, well there is not many, but hopefully many more will join these guys soon!


Dionaea muscipula
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•Many typicals
•B52
•Megatraps(G17)
•Fine tooth x Red
•Jaws
+ FTS seed grown
+ WIP slim snapper
+FTS flaming lips
+korean melody shark


Sarracenia
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•S. purpurea
•Sarracenia Catesbaei(Purpurea x Flava hybrid)
•S. x(alata x minor) x oreophila
•S. Purpurea Bush co.
•S. Minor

Drosera
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•Capensis(red form)
•Spatulata
•Burmanii
•Capensis (alba)
•intermedia
•rotundiflora

Pinguicula
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•weser(coming soon!)


WANT LIST!!!

Dionaea Muscipula~
Alien
A2
Dc XL
Pink venus
Maroon monster
FTS Towering giant


Drosera~
Regia



Pinguicula~
Any ping really xD
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By bvalente
Posts:  892
Joined:  Tue Mar 11, 2014 8:58 pm
#217832
Great starting grow list! Just give it time and I am sure you will double it in now time :lol:
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By katya_dog1
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Joined:  Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:45 pm
#217839
I am surprised that Jaws and Maroon monster are not on that want list! :lol:
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By jjimenez831
Posts:  80
Joined:  Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:36 pm
#217869
Omg they are... There was so many I decided for now id only put a few, I don't have much space for them all and I'm not too sure how long this place is gunna be our living quarters.. So for the mean time I'm trying to keep everything on the smaller side! Maroon monter is definitely one of the most eye catching varieties I've seen so far :) I'm really hoping that out of the 25 seeds I've got sprouting right now, at least one will be a red flytrap. I'd almost rather that then get a Maroon monster!
By katya_dog1
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Joined:  Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:45 pm
#217875
But just keep in mind, red seedlings tend to be VERY slow growing. That is what sets MM from other red varieties, and MM will mature faster than the seedlings. :)
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By bvalente
Posts:  892
Joined:  Tue Mar 11, 2014 8:58 pm
#217883
Check out some for sale threads! Myself and many other members sell many different cultivars, Matt also sells great VFT!

My top favorite VFT so far are:
FTS Maroon Monster
Jaws
G16
Schuppensteil 2
UK Sawtooth 2
By katya_dog1
Posts:  2412
Joined:  Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:45 pm
#217885
Wish I had G16. ;) Too bad MM and Jaws are less expensive now, It takes a young adult maroon monster to get a small flaming lips.

Then again, a person with flaming lips also probably already has MM and Jaws.
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By jjimenez831
Posts:  80
Joined:  Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:36 pm
#217889
I'd say my favorite I've seen so far, have got to be the flaming lips, G16, and I think it was bcp b01?? The fts has some amazing varieties... It blew me away when I saw matts cultivars.. There's is good looking flytraps then there's those that just make you speachless, they seem to create the make you speachless kind!
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By jjimenez831
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Joined:  Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:36 pm
#235674
Some pictures!
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Sphagnum culture
Sphagnum culture
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Unknown neps, the tree frog is under the bigger one
Unknown neps, the tree frog is under the bigger one
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Little tree frog inhabiting my sphagnum culture!
Little tree frog inhabiting my sphagnum culture!
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Bristletooth(started plant from fts)
Bristletooth(started plant from fts)
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Big pot of some typicals
Big pot of some typicals
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D. Capensis(alba)from seed
D. Capensis(alba)from seed
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S. Purpera "bush co." From seed
S. Purpera "bush co." From seed
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Drosera burmanii-from seed
Drosera burmanii-from seed
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Drosera spatulata-from seed
Drosera spatulata-from seed
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S. x(alata x minor) x oreophila-from seed
S. x(alata x minor) x oreophila-from seed
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B-52(not the best pic)
B-52(not the best pic)
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Jaws
Jaws
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Mega traps(g17)
Mega traps(g17)
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Fine tooth x red
Fine tooth x red
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By jjimenez831
Posts:  80
Joined:  Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:36 pm
#235676
I have a couple mini bogs, one for seedlings and one for named cultivar flytraps and sarrs, at the end of the season when they are dormant I'm going to make a bog dedicated to sarrs, a separate one for flytraps and another one for sundews. Thanks for the compliment on the jaws plant!
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