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Care to know what I grow?

by Shes Crofty » Fri Jun 24, 2011 4:31 am

Dionaea Muscipula
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“B52”
“Big Mouth”
“Crimson Sawtooth”
“Cupped Trap”
“Czech Giant”
“Fang”
“Fused Tooth”
“Jaws”
“Korean Melody Shark”
"Long Red Fingers"
“Maroon Monster”
“Pink Venus”
“Red Piranha”
“Sawtooth”
"Trichterfalle"
“Typical”
“Wacky Traps”
“WIP Slim Snapper” )

FTS Seed Grown flytraps
Seedlings


Drosera
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Capensis
Rotundifolia
Spatulata
Capillaris
Binata
Adelae
capensis x venusta



Sarracenia
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(Rubra Gulfensis x Pupurea)
"Scarlet Belle"
Leucophylla "Hurricane Creek White"
Purpurea x2
Pupurea Venosa x2
Catesbaei
Flava
'Hank'
Judith Hindle x flava Chocolate top
rosea
leucophylla 'Tarnok'
'Judith Hindle'
leuco x oreo
Doreen's Colossus OP
flava #300 x Yellow Cat. #1
"Cat" Red Devil x leucophylla 'Santa Rosa Red'
Red leucophylla x ('Redman' x self)
purp. ven. x 'Surrender'
rubra gulfensis x purp.
(leuco. x oreo) x purp. ssp. purp..
'Wilkerson's White Knight' x purp ssp. ven.
'Golden Red Jubilee' x purp. purp.
'Redman' x flava Chocolate top
[(ps. x pu.) x m] x (l x pu.) (exactly what the tag said!)
flava rubricorpora x purp. montana

Unknown purp hybrid x 3
Unknown random hybrid x 2




Other
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Darlingtonia Californica


Cephalotus Follicularis
(Started 12 Ceph seeds on 9/8)

N. Ventrata
N. Rajah
N. Alba
N. Miranda
N. "Jungle Bells"
N. Alata hybrid
N. "Red Leopard"
N. Truncata "Queen of hearts x King of Spades"
N. jacquelineae
N. Whisper
N. veitchii HL x eymae
N. truncata pasian

Utricularia

U. sandersonii
U. sandersonii (blue form)
U. livida



Non-carnivorous
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Sweet Basil
Apple
Plum
Catnip
Lucky bamboo
Aloe “Pink Blush”
Various orchids

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WANTS:



Dionaea

"Jaws Smiley"
"Korrigans"
"Coquillage"
"Spotted/spotty" (any spotted VFT)
"Dracula"


Sarracenia

-any white tipped Sarracenia, or white spotted Sarr.
-red/pink tipped Sarr.
-"Mardi Gras"
-Flava Cuprea


Drosera

-Filliformis
-Paradoxa
-Regia


Nepenthes

-Maxima "Watutau Dwarf"
-Tentaculata
-Spectabilis
-Glabrata
-Lowii
-Dubia
-Hamata "Hairy Red"

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Fortyninecents » Fri Jun 24, 2011 4:40 am

Nice. Our cats don't go for the nip. They like that oat grass. Cosmic Kitty.

And we have a regular aloe plant. It really works.

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by dantt99 » Fri Jun 24, 2011 4:58 am

Thanks for posting your growlist.

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Shes Crofty » Fri Jun 24, 2011 5:02 am

Thanks for looking you guys!

My cat LOVES catnip.. and I'm mostly using it to attract kitties to our yard. My cats an only child indoor cat and he gets really excited when he sees other cats outside.. haha. I think I'm crazy.

I just love succulents and aloe.. they look so cool.

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by stitz25b » Fri Jun 24, 2011 9:22 am

nice cultivaR LIST
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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Grey » Fri Jun 24, 2011 9:35 am

Lovely list you have there! Thanks for sharing!

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Shimizoki » Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:46 pm

I do care, I do care what you grow... especially since I want half of it. (like your Darlingtonia babies) It's a great looking list.

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Shes Crofty » Sat Jun 25, 2011 12:14 am

The darlingtonias are my favorites. ^^


Actually...




nooo.... hmm...




They're all my favorites. :D

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Matt » Sat Jun 25, 2011 2:33 am

That's a very impressive list Shes Crofty!
Shes Crofty wrote:Dionaea Muscipula “Jaws” x2
Dionaea Muscipula “Wacky Traps”
Dionaea Muscipula "Korean Melody Shark" (coming sooooon!!!)

It's really weird seeing these clones being added to people's grow lists now. It was only 3 years ago that I wondered why there wasn't a place in the US for people to buy unusual and interesting Dionaea. They're becoming more and more available now and it's awesome for me to be a part of helping that happen.
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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Shes Crofty » Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:23 pm

Matt wrote:That's a very impressive list Shes Crofty!
Shes Crofty wrote:Dionaea Muscipula “Jaws” x2
Dionaea Muscipula “Wacky Traps”
Dionaea Muscipula "Korean Melody Shark" (coming sooooon!!!)

It's really weird seeing these clones being added to people's grow lists now. It was only 3 years ago that I wondered why there wasn't a place in the US for people to buy unusual and interesting Dionaea. They're becoming more and more available now and it's awesome for me to be a part of helping that happen.


I think it's awesome how you make it possible for the average grower/collector to own these very rare VFT that we otherwise could not get. I've done some googling to find out how else I could obtain certain varieties and it doesn't seem easy.

Happen to know how I could get my hands on a Dionaea "Korrigans"? lol.

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Matt » Sun Jun 26, 2011 2:38 am

Shes Crofty wrote:I've done some googling to find out how else I could obtain certain varieties and it doesn't seem easy.

Yeah, it's definitely not an easy process to get most of these flytrap clones.
Shes Crofty wrote:Happen to know how I could get my hands on a Dionaea "Korrigans"? lol.

I've just acquired this clone myself. Took me a while to track it down. It's not available in the US yet. I hope to get it in TC this year or next.
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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Shes Crofty » Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:49 am

Very exciting!!!! It's a really interesting one! I hope to see it in the store some day!!!

Does it have any problems digesting or catching bugs? Seems like it would have difficulty keeping the bug in the trap, unless it's large or something.

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Matt » Mon Jun 27, 2011 3:12 am

Shes Crofty wrote:Does it have any problems digesting or catching bugs? Seems like it would have difficulty keeping the bug in the trap, unless it's large or something.

Korrigans can catch bugs successfully, but every trap I've fed has turned black. I'm guessing it's because the bottom of the trap doesn't seal properly.
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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Shes Crofty » Mon Jun 27, 2011 3:17 am

Haha, I thought that might be an issue, but it is still a great looking plant.

Thanks for answering my questions about it!

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Re: Care to know what I grow?

by Matt » Mon Jun 27, 2011 3:21 am

You're welcome!
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