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By Leathal_Traps
Posts:  1310
Joined:  Wed Jan 04, 2012 1:27 am
#256291
I am currently harvesting fresh nepenthes seeds from my Nepenthes spathulata x albomarginata which was crossed with an unknown male.

The mother plant has been growing on my windowsill with temps over 100 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer for four years with no problems, so I am assuming the babies should be just as hardy. Here is a pic of the mother plant: https://www.instagram.com/p/ho2zkmv_Dh/ ... =ivanikinz and here is a pic of the seeds: https://www.instagram.com/p/BBV4Eqiv_Ic ... =ivanikinz

I am looking for drosera, utricularia, and nepenthes. Size of plant does not matter for me, and seeds may interest me depending on the species.

I have a good amount of seeds so depending on the value of the plant, the number of seeds can be adjusted accordingly. The plants I am looking for specifically are drosera regia, drosera burmannii, drosera schizandra, drosera tomentosa, drosera spiralis, most lowland neps, some highlands/intermediates, utricularia reniformis, utricularia alpina, and other species as well.
By Benurmanii
Posts:  2000
Joined:  Fri Aug 07, 2015 4:34 pm
#256633
Hmm, well my schizandra cuttings (which, as far as I can tell, is actually schizandra, with more oblong leaves. I have yet to email Sarr Northwest about it) are too small to ship, and my one D. spiralis plantlet is already reserved for another trade.

However, I've got a ton of fresh D. burmannii seed in the fridge if you are interested. More seeds than you'll ever need. I can't seem to grow D. burmannii from seed myself (though I'm still trying!) so I'd be glad to trade it away :P

I wouldn't want to trade for too many Nep seeds, just a few to give me some experience growing Nepenthes from seed.
By Leathal_Traps
Posts:  1310
Joined:  Wed Jan 04, 2012 1:27 am
#256673
Benurmanii wrote:Hmm, well my schizandra cuttings (which, as far as I can tell, is actually schizandra, with more oblong leaves. I have yet to email Sarr Northwest about it) are too small to ship, and my one D. spiralis plantlet is already reserved for another trade.

However, I've got a ton of fresh D. burmannii seed in the fridge if you are interested. More seeds than you'll ever need. I can't seem to grow D. burmannii from seed myself (though I'm still trying!) so I'd be glad to trade it away :P

I wouldn't want to trade for too many Nep seeds, just a few to give me some experience growing Nepenthes from seed.
Tell me if this sounds fair to you. A leaf cutting ( unrooted) of your spiralis and however many burmannii seeds you would like to include for 20 nep seeds.
By Leathal_Traps
Posts:  1310
Joined:  Wed Jan 04, 2012 1:27 am
#256674
Chipi3s wrote:Here's a pic of my Main plant then the smaller one is the division. I received the Drosera Regai from Native Exotics. This plant grows amazing for me. I was skeptic or tbh because everyone swore they were so difficult to grow. But there easy in my opinion just like a drosera capensis except they appreciate higher humidity.

I've shipped a lot of big and small plants but never any sundews, especially this size. So tbh I'm not sure how to pack this one as it is a fragile plant.
How many seeds would you like in exchange? If you don't want to ship potted I would just wrap the roots in lfs and stick in in a ziploc baggie
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