I'm not new to the carnivorous plant scene, but I'm getting back into the swing of it after a series of moves.
In the past I have had a typical Fly Trap, a typical D. Capensis, an unknown Nepenthes, and an unknown Sarracenia.
As of this edit, I have had some awesome successes and some dismal failures. Many sundew seedlings have been given away to neighbors and their kids, as well as a couple of school teachers. That's the coolest, knowing my plants are being used for education.
My current list is:
Many Capes, albino and typical.
D. Natalensis seedlings.
D. Binata "T-Form" sprouts.
D. Burmannii "Humpty Doo"
There are a few different varieties of drosera seeds coming due to the generosity of other members. I'll update later if I can properly germinate them. Fingers crossed.
Many typical Flytraps, 2 mature plants and a few seedlings.
S. Hot Lips x Kraken
S. Oreophila "Sand Mountain"
N. Ventricosa. Brand new, beautiful pair of neps just received July 31, 2019
P. Emarginata x Juamavensis hybrid
My wife is getting upset that I am getting so many so fast, but she doesn't have to take care of them. Oh well, I'll get over it.
Thanks for reading, take care,