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By ChefDean
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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, Big Pink, and x Hercules
D. Binata "T-Form" and Multifida
D. Intermedia, typical and "Cuba"
D. Carbarup
D. Burmannii "Humpty Doo" (seeds)
Pygmy gemmae started: Scorpioides, Paleacea, Carbarup, Omissa, and Dorks Pink

Many typical Flytraps, OP from named cultivar mothers, questionable father

S. Hummers Hammerhead
S. Bugbat
S. Hot Lips x Kraken
S. Oreophila var Ornata "Sand Mountain"

N. Ventricosa

P. Emarginata x Juamavensis

Byblis Liniflora

Utricularia Sandersonii

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,
Last edited by ChefDean on Sun Apr 26, 2020 2:30 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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