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By Kkressman
#331487
I’m always open to trades/sales, not everything on the list is available but plenty is.

DROSERA

Adelae
Adelae Giant
Aliciae
Anglica*
Anglica “Kanaele Bog HI”
Arenicola
Binata Dichotoma “Red Giant”
Binata “Multifida”
Binata “Multifida Extrema”
Burmanii
Caledonica*
Capensis
Capensis “Alba”
Capensis “Bainskloof”*
Capensis “Giant”*
Capensis “Red”
Capensis “Wide Leaf”
Capensis x Aliciae*
Capillaris
Capillaris “Brasilensis”*
Capillaris “Emeralds Envy”
Capillaris “Long Arms FL”
Collinsae
Dielsiana “Pretty Rosette”
Felix “Tuku Muruku”*
Filiformis “Red”
Filiformis “California Sunset”
Graomogolensis
Hamiltonii
Hybrida
Intermedia
Latifolia
Linearis*
Madagascariensis
Magnifica
Menziessi
Natalensis
Natalensis “La Juma SA”
Natalensis x Nidiformis*
Nidiformis
Oblanceolata “Lantau Island”
Oblanceolata “True Hong Kong”*
Prollifera
Regia
Riparia “Chapada Diamantina”*
Rotundifolia “Quebec”*
Serepens
Serepens “Red”*
Snyderi*
Spatulata
Spatulata X Oblanceolata
Squamosa x Collina
Tamlin
Traycii
Ultramafica.
Ultramafica x Spatulata*
Venusta
Venusta “Port Elizabeth”
Venusta “Tsitsikamma Natl park”

NEPENTHES

Aristolochiodes
Aristolochiodes x Thorelii
Bicalcarata
Burbidgea x Campanulata
Edwardsiana
Flava
Fusca
Intermis
Jamban
Lowii
Leonardoii
Marcrophyla
Maxima
Trusmadiensis
Veitchii x Platychila
Villosa

HELIAMPHORA

Arenicola
Elongata
Exappendiculata
Heterodoxa x minor
Ionasii
Minor “burgundy black”
Pillosa
Purapurascens
Tramen 1960s
Uncinata

PINGUICULA

Agnata “Red Leaf”
Agnata “True Blue”
Cyclosecta
Debertiana
Esseriana
Florian
Gigantea
Gigantea x Moranensis
Gypsicola
Juvamensis
Listanica
Longifolia
Moctezumae
Moranensis
Moranensis “A”
Pirouette
Primulflora
Reticulata
Seductora
Sethos



UTRICULARIA

Alpina x asplundii
Alpina x humboldtii
Alpina Pitter moon
Calcyfida
Humboldtii
Longifolia
Nelumbifolia x reniformis
Quelchii
By PlantPath1232321
#332313
Wow, nice list.
I am just working on getting set up. It seems like many (most?) people on here are growing so many things. How much space does it all take?

Is P. agnata "True Blue" so named for blue color on leaves, or is it for flower color?

I'd love to see pics!
By Kkressman
#332685
PlantPath1232321 wrote:Wow, nice list.
I am just working on getting set up. It seems like many (most?) people on here are growing so many things. How much space does it all take?

Is P. agnata "True Blue" so named for blue color on leaves, or is it for flower color?

I'd love to see pics!

I have a room in my basement with enough wire shelves to hold 20 10x20 trays, 6 more trays in the garage and a converted chest freezer for highlanders. Plus a couple outdoor pots. Agnata True Blue is named after its flower, although the plant itself is very different looking, I wouldn’t guess it’s agnata just by looking at it.
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By FlyTrap Hunter
#332693
You have a bunch of beautiful plants. I am really loving the red lfsm.
I have a bunch of fly traps if you are looking for any and want to trade. And you definitely have a few plants I would like to have
By PlantPath1232321
#332756
Wow, that sounds and looks like an awesome setup!

Maybe someday I'll be able to get to something like that once I get to a phase of life where I am no longer renting/moving every few years...

Anyway, thanks for sharing! It's beautiful and a great inspiration!
By mo_carnivore
#337534
Sorry to hijack this thread but I notice that you don’t seem to be keeping any of your chest freezer plants in trays of standing water. How do you keep them watered, especially the ones with a peat-based mix? I was trying the same thing in my freezer and whenever I tried to top water the pots with peat and sand, the sand would just float to the top and make the entire thing look very unsightly. Also, it seems like it would be a hassle to remove the water from the bottom so much. I would love to know how you get around this!

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