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By DesertPat
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Joined:  Mon May 20, 2013 10:42 pm
#346684
.............what can I say? It's definitely a work in progress..........

    Dionaea
    • typicals (seed grown and Lowes rescue)
    • B52


    Drosera
    • burmannii
    • burmannii "Green plant pink flower'
    • burmannii "Hong Kong"
    • burmannii "Humpty Doo"
    • burmannii "Perlata"
    • capensis
    • capensis "Alba"
    • (x Hercules x self) x D. Capensis "Big Pink"
    • capillaris (Eatonville, FL)
    • micrantha (Cranbrook)
    • sessilifolia
    • spatulata "Tamlin"


    Drosophyllum


      Nepenthes

      • x ventrata


        Sarracenia

        • flava
        • flava var. rubricorpora
        • minor
        • purpurea ssp. purpurea


        Looking For
        • Drosera affinis seed
        • Drosophyllum lusitanicum seed
        • D. m "Alien"



        Updated 02/03/2022. Thanks for looking!

        Patrick
        Last edited by DesertPat on Sat Feb 26, 2022 5:39 pm, edited 13 times in total.
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        By DesertPat
        Posts:  405
        Joined:  Mon May 20, 2013 10:42 pm
        #347059
        I want to keep a separate log of plants grown from seed and how long they take to germinate, you never know when this kind of information will be useful.

        Dionaea
          • D. muscipula
            sowed 09/24/2021 germinated 11/14/2021 ~ 51 days (dried out too much several times) (from seed bank — VFT FTS OP)
          • B52
          Drosera
          • D. admirabilis "Floating" ~ purchased from Predatory Plants
          • D. binata
            sowed 01/08/2020 (received from Hollyhock) germinated 01/18/2020 ~10 days
          • D. burmannii
            sowed 01/30/2022 germinated 02/21/2022 ~22 days
          • D. burmannii "All Green" (labeled "green plant pink flower"
            sowed 11/21/2021 germinated 12/24/2021 ~ 33 days (from seed bank)
          • D. burmannii "Hong Kong"
            sowed 01/30/2022 germinated 02/21/2022 ~22 days
          • D. burmannii "Humpty Doo"
            sowed 11/22/2019 germinated 12/26/2019 ~34 days (from seed bank)
          • D. burmannii "Humpty Doo"
            sowed 02/11/2022
          • D. burmannii "Perlata"
            sowed 01/30/2022 germinated 02/21/2022 ~22 days
          • D. capensis "Alba"
            sowed 10/09/2019 germinated 10/30/2019 ~21 days (from seed bank)
          • D. capensis "Alba"
            sowed 09/24/2021 germinated 10/08/201 ~14 days
          • D. capensis typical
            sowed 12/21/2021 germinated 01/03/2022 ~13 days
          • D. x carbarup
            sowed 12/20/2019 germinated 12/24/2019 ~4 days (gemmae recieved from ChefDean)
          • D. capillaris (Eatonville, FL)
            sowed 12/21/2021 germinated 01/04/2022 ~14 days
          • D. capillaris (Hal Scott, FL)
            sowed 03/12/2022
          • D. filiformis filiformis "Temperate"
            sowed 03/12/2022 (note, germinating plants outside for stratification. Nights slightly below freezing days 45-50°F)
          • D. x "Hercules" x self
            sowed 01/08/2020 (received from Hollyhock) germinated 01/18/2020 ~ 10 days
          • D. micrantha (Cranbrook)
            sowed 12/21/2021 germinated 12/24/2019 ~3 days
          • D. regia harvested 08/2019
            sowed 01/03/2020 (from Petar Kostov)
          • D. scorpioides
            sowed 03/05/2022 (these gemmae came to me essentially sprouting on their paper towel) germinated 03/07/2022 ~2 days
          • D. serpens
            sowed 01/08/2020 (received from Hollyhock) germinated 01/21/2020 ~ 13 days
          • D. sessilifolia
            sowed 01/30/2022 germinated 02/22/2022 ~23 days
          • D. spatulata "Tamlin"
            sowed 09/24/2021 germinated 10/16/2021 ~22 days (my own harvest from 01/02/2020)
          Drosophyllum
          • lusitanicum harvested 2015
            scarified 01/03/2020 (25 seeds soaked in water for 24 hours afterward) sowed 01/04/2020 germinated 01/29/2020 ~25 days(from Petar Kostov)
          Nepenthes
          • N. no ID. x mirabilis 'Red'
            sowed 03/12/2022
          Sarracenia
          • Unknown assortment
            cold stratified 09/08/2019 sowed 12/15/2019 awaiting germination EDIT no germination
          • S. flava OP (Sar 019)
            cold stratified 12/19/2021 sowed 02/19/2022 (72 day strat) germinated 03/04/2022 ~13 days
          • S. minor (NOTE seeds were collected in 2018 I don't expect germination)
            cold stratified 12/19/2021 sowed 02/19/2022 (72 day strat)
          Updated 03/12/2022

          Patrick
          Last edited by DesertPat on Tue Mar 15, 2022 1:48 am, edited 20 times in total.
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          By tanqueray
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          #347066
          Did you really cold stratify your Nepenthes seeds?!


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          By DesertPat
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          tanqueray wrote:Did you really cold stratify your Nepenthes seeds?!


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          I'm not positive if there were any neps in the mix, but it for sure had sarrs and drosera that needed cold stratification. They were all mixed together and I don't even know what it consists of, I'm just gonna hope for the best.

          Patrick

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