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By MikeB
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thepitchergrower wrote: Sat Dec 25, 2021 7:34 pm Especially when you overdo the propagation...Sometimes you're just in the mood for PLANT propagation
My plants were definitely in the mood for propagation. I did nothing to encourage this, and they decided to crank out a bunch of offshoots last season. Now, the pots are seriously overcrowded, or the soil is old and going "sour", or both. So I divide and repot to prevent them from dying, then sell off a bunch of plants in late spring.
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By TrapsAndDews
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Venus Flytraps are a threatened species, but I don't think they'll ever go extinct with all these people here overflowing with flytraps.
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By RaindeerGuy
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MikeB wrote: Sat Dec 12, 2020 4:03 am Venus flytraps

Typicals (300+)
A2
All
All Green
Australian Red Rosetted
B52
B52 x A2
B52 x Slack's Giant
BCP Red Bull
BCP Titan
BCP Z02
BCP Z11
Big Mouth
Big Tomato
Bimbo
Blood Red
BZ 1955
Clumping
Colorado Giant
DC
DC XL
Deep Red Gorilla
Dentate Traps
Dingley Giant
Dingley Giant x Low Giant
El Gecko
Fang
Fine Tooth x Red
Flaming Lips
FTS seed-grown (a monster flytrap)
G-14 Rosetted
G14 Rosette x Alien
G16 Slack's Giant
G17 Megatraps
German Dentate (Sawtooth)
Giant BestCP clone
Giant Upright Burgundy Trap
Gigantea
Ginormous
Gremlin
Grün
Leo Song's Jaws
Long Red Fingers
Low Giant
Orca
Petite Dragon x Petite Dragon
Phalanx
Pinnacle
Pro Giant
Purple Ambush
Red Jaws
Red Purple
Red Top
Sawtooth
SD Draco
SD Kronos
SL 15
Southwest Giant
SP2
Towering Giant
Trev's Dracula
Vigorous
Vitiligo
Wally
Yellow
Z11

The "REDRUM" collection
BCP Red Dentate
BCP Red Sawtooth
Bohemian Garnet
Clayton's Red Sunset
FTS Crimson Sawtooth
FTS Maroon Monster
FTS Purple Haze
Holland Red
Pink Venus
Red Dragon
Red Onyx
Red Sangria
Red Typical
Royal Red

Drosera

D. capillaris
D. capillaris 'Emerald's Envy'
D. capillaris 'Long Arm'
D. filiformis var. filiformis
D. intermedia
D. tracyi
D. x 'Dreamsicle'
D. x hybrida - Butterfly Valley, California
D. intermedia x capillaris
D. x obovata 'Ivan's Paddle'
D. rotundifolia x intermedia 'Nightmare'


Sarracenia

S. alata
var. rubrioperculata
Red Throat

S. flava
var. atropurpurea - Blackwater State Forest, Florida
var. cuprea
var. flava
var. ornata
var. ornata "Outlaw site" seedlings, Florida
var. maxima
var. rubricorpora
Cinnamon Tube

S. leucophylla

S. minor ssp. minor

S. oreophila
var. ornata 'Sand Mountain'
var. oreophila

S. psittacina
var. okefenokeensis
var. okefenokeensis f. luteoviridis

S. purpurea

ssp. purpurea
ssp. purpurea f. heterophylla

ssp. venosa
Montgomery County, NC
Onslow County, NC
Pender County, NC
Tattnall County, Georgia
No location data
'Big Fib'
'Venosa Red'
var. montana - Transylvania County, NC

OP DJ JHP5 (not sure of its ancestry, suspect that it may be a ssp. purpurea X ssp. venosa cross)
'Veinless' - ssp. purpurea X ssp. venosa, "select ruffly lid genetics"

S. rosea
Bay County, Florida
Chipola. Florida
Southern Baldwin County, Alabama
Walton County, Florida
Liberty County, Florida X Mobile County, Alabama
No location data
'Fat Chance'
Triffid Park, Australia

S. rubra
ssp. gulfensis
ssp. rubra
ssp. wherryi

S. 'Daniel Rudd'
S. 'Dixie Lace'
S. 'Doreen's Colossus'
S. 'Edojiman'
S. 'Hummer's Hammerhead'
S. 'Janus'

S. x moorei
flava var. cuprea x 'Leah Wilkerson'
flava var. rugelii x leucophylla - Yellow River, Florida
leucophylla "Purple Lips" x flava var. cuprea (Cedric Carnivores cross)

S. (oreophila x catesbaei "Giant") x ('Saurus' x 'Adrian Slack' #1)
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By MikeB
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Pitcher plants

I ordered a Sarracenia flava var. ornata from David Green, and he threw in a seed-grown freebie. I was very pleased with my purchase; the rhizomes are much bigger than expected, with 2 or 3 large growth points on each one.

Sarracenia flava var. cuprea "Bill Hoyer" x var. ornata "Bulloch Co, Georgia"
Sarracenia flava var. ornata seed-grown, ancestry unknown

After I pot them on Saturday, they'll spend the next few days in the garage due to the winter storm that's hitting the east coast.
By Dragonslayer126
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MikeB wrote: Sat Dec 12, 2020 4:03 am Venus flytraps

Typicals (300+)
A2
All
All Green
Australian Red Rosetted
B52
B52 x A2
B52 x Slack's Giant
BCP Red Bull
BCP Titan
BCP Z02
BCP Z11
Big Mouth
Big Tomato
Bimbo
Blood Red
BZ 1955
Clumping
Colorado Giant
DC
DC XL
Deep Red Gorilla
Dentate Traps
Dingley Giant
Dingley Giant x Low Giant
El Gecko
Fang
Fine Tooth x Red
Flaming Lips
FTS seed-grown (a monster flytrap)
G-14 Rosetted
G14 Rosette x Alien
G16 Slack's Giant
G17 Megatraps
German Dentate (Sawtooth)
Giant BestCP clone
Giant Upright Burgundy Trap
Gigantea
Ginormous
Gremlin
Grün
Leo Song's Jaws
Long Red Fingers
Low Giant
Orca
Petite Dragon x Petite Dragon
Phalanx
Pinnacle
Pro Giant
Purple Ambush
Red Jaws
Red Purple
Red Top
Sawtooth
SD Draco
SD Kronos
SL 15
Southwest Giant
SP2
Towering Giant
Trev's Dracula
Vigorous
Vitiligo
Wally
Yellow
Z11

The "REDRUM" collection
BCP Red Dentate
BCP Red Sawtooth
Bohemian Garnet
Clayton's Red Sunset
FTS Crimson Sawtooth
FTS Maroon Monster
FTS Purple Haze
Holland Red
Pink Venus
Red Dragon
Red Onyx
Red Sangria
Red Typical
Royal Red

Drosera

D. capillaris
D. capillaris 'Emerald's Envy'
D. capillaris 'Long Arm'
D. filiformis var. filiformis
D. intermedia
D. tracyi
D. x 'Dreamsicle'
D. x hybrida - Butterfly Valley, California
D. intermedia x capillaris
D. x obovata 'Ivan's Paddle'
D. rotundifolia x intermedia 'Nightmare'


Sarracenia

S. alata
var. rubrioperculata
Red Throat

S. flava
var. atropurpurea - Blackwater State Forest, Florida
var. cuprea
var. flava
var. ornata
var. ornata "Outlaw site" seedlings, Florida
var. maxima
var. rubricorpora
Cinnamon Tube

S. leucophylla

S. minor ssp. minor

S. oreophila
var. ornata 'Sand Mountain'
var. oreophila

S. psittacina
var. okefenokeensis
var. okefenokeensis f. luteoviridis

S. purpurea

ssp. purpurea
ssp. purpurea f. heterophylla

ssp. venosa
Montgomery County, NC
Onslow County, NC
Pender County, NC
Tattnall County, Georgia
No location data
'Big Fib'
'Venosa Red'
var. montana - Transylvania County, NC

OP DJ JHP5 (not sure of its ancestry, suspect that it may be a ssp. purpurea X ssp. venosa cross)
'Veinless' - ssp. purpurea X ssp. venosa, "select ruffly lid genetics"

S. rosea
Bay County, Florida
Chipola, Florida
Southern Baldwin County, Alabama
Walton County, Florida
Liberty County, Florida X Mobile County, Alabama
No location data
'Fat Chance'
Triffid Park, Australia

S. rubra
ssp. gulfensis
ssp. rubra
ssp. wherryi

S. 'Daniel Rudd'
S. 'Dixie Lace'
S. 'Doreen's Colossus'
S. 'Edojiman'
S. 'Hummer's Hammerhead'
S. 'Janus'

S. x moorei
flava var. cuprea x 'Leah Wilkerson'
flava var. rugelii x leucophylla - Yellow River, Florida
leucophylla "Purple Lips" x flava var. cuprea (Cedric Carnivores cross)

S. (oreophila x catesbaei "Giant") x ('Saurus' x 'Adrian Slack' #1)
That's a massive list
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By MikeB
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TrapsAndDews wrote: Thu Jan 27, 2022 10:08 pm No capes or spatulatas?
Nope. I have to keep my plants outside due to a pygmy cow disguised as a cat. Those 2 species would freeze to death in my winter weather (especially this year, where I've had multiple overnight lows down to 20°F / -6.6°C).
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By TrapsAndDews
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You're other sundews survived that weather? I thought that sundews don't like weather below freezing.
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By thepitchergrower
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There are tropical and temperate sundews. Temperate go into hybernaculums in winter.
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By MikeB
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TrapsAndDews wrote: Fri Jan 28, 2022 2:31 am You're other sundews survived that weather? I thought that sundews don't like weather below freezing.
I grow the locals (and their hybrids): D. capillaris, filiformis, and intermedia. They know what to do when winter arrives. My D. tracyi plants (from north Florida) took a bit longer to shut down for the winter, but they went fully dormant, too.

I also got some D. anglica seeds from a guy in Oregon last fall. They've been stratifying outside all winter. I'm not sure if they can handle the warm summers here, but we'll see.
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By MikeB
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Pitcher plants

Sarracenia alata, open-pollinated
Sarracenia flava "Extreme Throat" x "Killer"
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By MikeB
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New additions

Venus flytraps
King Henry (freebies that came with another order)

Pitcher plants

Sarracenia flava
var. cuprea JL405 (Calen Hall)
var. flava 'Lemon Yellow' (Mike Wang)
var. maxima - Berkeley County, South Carolina (Mike Wang)
var. rugelii, Clone A (Calen Hall)
Bronze x Copper Top #16 (Jeremiah Harris)
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By MikeB
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New additions

Venus flytrap
Bimbo (added one more to my collection)
FTS Deep Red Guerilla (added one more to my collection)
FTS Super Vigorous (couldn't resist buying 3 of them)

Pitcher plants
Sarracenia leucophylla x moorei
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