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By linton
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Joined:  Fri Sep 26, 2008 10:29 am
#63927
Hi everybody, I can currently offer limited quantities of the following pygmy Drosera gemmae for sale or trade within Australia only.

Drosera roseana
Drosera pulchella
Drosera pulchella 'Red 52a'
Drosera scorpioides
Drosera pygmaea
Drosera nitidula
Drodera nitidula x ? (unknown hybrid)

I will trade for other pygmy Drosera species or Utricularia that are not currently on the list below or sell for $2 per 20 gemmae plus postage ($2.50 Australia wide in a padded envelope). Please PM me if interested, or e-mail at dabinetfamily(at)bigpond(dot)com.

Thanks for your interest!

Currently Growing

PYGMY DROSERA
Drosera callistos
Drosera citrina
Drosera dichrosepala
Drosera enodes
Drosera ericksonae
Drosera gibsonii
Drosera helodes
Drosera lasiantha
Drosera mannii
Drosera nitidula (
Drosera nitidula x ? (unknown hybrid) )
Drosera paleacea
Drosera paleacea ssp roseana
Drosera platystigma
Drosera pulchella
Drosera pulchella 'purple'
Drosera pulchella 'red 52a'
Drosera pygmaea f. Mount Wellington, Tasmania
Drosera roseana
Drosera scorpiodes
Drosera stelliflora

UTRICULARIA
Utricularia bisquamata
Utricularia dichotoma
Utricularia gibba
Utricularia laterifolia
Utricularia reniformis
Utricularia sandersonii
Utricularia uniflora
By Oblivion
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please bring some roseana to the acps meet tomorrow night if your coming, thanks linton.
By Oblivion
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looking at this post again, i see it was back in july i got some gemmae from you.

thought i might post some pics back here, some pygmaea are actually growing flower stalks !
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By linton
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Yeah, I've got the same thing going on - tiny plants with flower stalks growing. They don't even look mature enough to flower, but there you have it.
By vhercastillo
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Joined:  Mon Jun 15, 2020 5:28 am
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Do you sell Drosera Scorpiodes Gemmae? I am looking for this for the past 6 months but no luck and hopefully you can ship it to the Philippines.
linton wrote: Sun Jul 18, 2010 8:11 pm Hi everybody, I can currently offer limited quantities of the following pygmy Drosera gemmae for sale or trade within Australia only.

Drosera roseana
Drosera pulchella
Drosera pulchella 'Red 52a'
Drosera scorpioides
Drosera pygmaea
Drosera nitidula
Drodera nitidula x ? (unknown hybrid)

I will trade for other pygmy Drosera species or Utricularia that are not currently on the list below or sell for $2 per 20 gemmae plus postage ($2.50 Australia wide in a padded envelope). Please PM me if interested, or e-mail at dabinetfamily(at)bigpond(dot)com.

Thanks for your interest!

Currently Growing

PYGMY DROSERA
Drosera callistos
Drosera citrina
Drosera dichrosepala
Drosera enodes
Drosera ericksonae
Drosera gibsonii
Drosera helodes
Drosera lasiantha
Drosera mannii
Drosera nitidula (
Drosera nitidula x ? (unknown hybrid) )
Drosera paleacea
Drosera paleacea ssp roseana
Drosera platystigma
Drosera pulchella
Drosera pulchella 'purple'
Drosera pulchella 'red 52a'
Drosera pygmaea f. Mount Wellington, Tasmania
Drosera roseana
Drosera scorpiodes
Drosera stelliflora

UTRICULARIA
Utricularia bisquamata
Utricularia dichotoma
Utricularia gibba
Utricularia laterifolia
Utricularia reniformis
Utricularia sandersonii
Utricularia uniflora

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