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.
Most of my Sarr crosses are gifts from another grower to see how they do in Tennessee. So far, they're doing spectacular.
My current list is:
D. Capensis "typical"
D. Capensis "Mini Red"
D. Capensis "Matroosberg"
D. Binata var Multifida
D. Intermedia "Cuba"
D. Intermedia "Big Audrey"
Many typical Flytraps, OP from named cultivar mothers, questionable father
S. Alata "Harrison Co. MS"
S. Alata "Stone Co. MS"
S. Alata "Wayne Co. MS"
S. Alata "Night" x self
S. Areolata x Drew McClain
S. Lowes deathcube (potentially Rubra)
S. x Catesbaei
S. Cuprea Boutanique x McClellanville SC
S. Devils Armpit x (Rosea x Oreophila)
S. Drew McClain x (HCW x Judith Hindle)
S. (Firespirit x Redman) x Ares
S. Goldie x self
S. Hummers Hammerhead
S. Hot Lips x Kraken
S. Leuco Red "Washington Co" x Leuco "Mannys Dark Red"
S. Oreophila var Ornata "Sand Mountain"
S. Oreophila x Leak Wilkerson
S. Oreophila x Leucophylla
S. Oreophila x Wilkersons "White Knight"
S. Purpurea ssp Purpurea
S. (Rubra x Oreophila) x Purple Burkii
S. Saurus x Adrian Slack
Seeds, Viking x Hookeriana x ( Viking x Ampullaria "Black Miracle")
P. Emarginata x Juamavensis
U. Arenaria (seeds)
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,