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My Growing List

by glamredhel » Thu Oct 18, 2012 12:41 pm

Hi all,

have finally had the time to put together a grow list, as we have recently moved to our new location after 8 years in South-East Queensland the growing areas are a work in progress. will try to put some pics together in the next couple of days.

BROCCHINIA

Brocchinia reducta x 5 These are pups from a plant that flowered for me around 3 years ago.

BYBLIS

Byblis liniflora X 200+ Being an annual, seed of this particular plant is just starting to germinate now. will post an update with pics next week, if I remember.


Dionaea

Dionaea muscipula 'Red-Green' X 75+ These are my experiment subjects, I try out different growing media and prop methods on these. i also sell a few to help fund new acquisitions!


Drosera

D. admirabilis
D. aliciae
D. aliciae 'Red'
This is a seedling that was produced by one of my mature plants last year and has flowered for me this year. I can't wait to see if the seed is true or if they produce 'Normal' aliciae's.
D. anglica
D. arcturi
D. binata var. dichotoma f. 'Golden Giant'
D. binata var. multifida f. 'Extrema'
D. burmannii
D. burmannii 'Green'
D. capensis
D. capensis 'alba'
D. coccicaulis
D coccicaulis 'alba'
D. erythrorhiza
D. filiformis ssp. filiformis
D. filiformis 'Florida Red'
D. gigantea
D. indica 'Purple Flower'
D. intermedia
D. kaieturensis
D. linearis
D. macrantha ssp. macrantha
D. menziesii
D. natalensis
D. oblanceolata
D. pauciflora
D. peltata ssp. peltata
D. praefolia
D. regia
D. rotundifolia
D. sessilifolia
D. slackii
D. spatulata
D. trinervia
D. uniflora
D. venusta
D. whittakeri
D. Sp. Lantau Island



DROSOPHYLLUM

Drosophyllum lusitanicum X 10 This is the first time that I have tried to grow these plants. I have conducted some experiments with regard to seed treatment and growing mixes.


GENLISEA

Genlisia hispidula


NEPENTHES

N. adrianii
N. ampullaria
N. aristolochioides
N. beccariana
N. beccariana 'White'
N. bicalcarata
N. burbidgeae
N. chaniana
N. dubia
N. eustachya
N. fusca
N. glabrata
N. gymnamphora
N. hirsuta
N. inermis
N. izumiae
N. jacquelineae
N. jamban
N. kampotiana
N. khasiana
This plant has been in my posetion for over 8 years. It has survived a big freeze that got down to -4 C with out any problems!
N. lingulata
N. longifolia
N. maxima
N. naga
N. neoguineensis
N. pectinata
N. reinwardtiana
N. singalana
N. spathulata
N. spectabilis
N. sumatrana
N. talangensis
N. ventricosa



PINGUICULA

P. mesophytica
P. moronensis 'White Flower'
P. primuliflora



SARRACENIA

S. alata
S. leucophylla
S. leucophylla f. 'Yellow Flowers'
S. minor var. okeefenokeensis
S. oreophylla 'Sand Mountain'
S. purpurea ssp. purpurea
S. purpurea ssp. venosa
S. rubra ssp. wherryi



UTRICULARIA

U. australis
U. bisquamata
U. dichotoma
U. gibba
U. subulata



It is a good thing that I have lenty of space..... :D

Any questions or comments are always welcome.

Chris
"I can paralyse one half of the leaf so that stimulus to the other causes no movement..... just like dividing the spinal marrow of a frog..... no stimulus can be sent from the brain" Charles Darwin on Drosera.

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Re: My Growing List

by parker679 » Thu Oct 18, 2012 1:42 pm

That's quite a grow list.

And it's a little late, but welcome to the forum.

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Re: My Growing List

by glamredhel » Fri Oct 19, 2012 9:05 am

Hi parker679
My CP collection is constantly growing (pardon the pun) I always keep a weather eye out for specimens I don't have. Will be adding some more Neps and a Heliamphora at the end of the month. Thanks for the welcome
"I can paralyse one half of the leaf so that stimulus to the other causes no movement..... just like dividing the spinal marrow of a frog..... no stimulus can be sent from the brain" Charles Darwin on Drosera.

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Re: My Growing List

by chtripp » Mon Oct 22, 2012 6:25 pm

where are you from glam?


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