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Wishlist
- D. Muscipula 'Fused Tooth'
- D. Muscipula 'UK Sawtooth'
- D. Muscipula 'Coquillage'
- D. Muscipula 'Royal Red'
- D. Muscipula 'Korean Melody Shark'
- S. Dixie Lace
- S. Scarlet Belle
- S. Purpurea var. Purpurea
- S. Purpurea ssp. Venosa var. Burkii (S. Rosea)
- S. Leucophylla "Hurricane Creek White"
- S. Leucophylla "Tarnok"
- S. Flava (Maxima or Cuprea)
- D. Capensis Montagu Pass
- Darlingtonia Californica
- Any Mexican Pinguicula that's easy to grow!
- Specifics = Sethos, Weser, Gina, Tina, John Rizzi, or an easy species like Agnata or Cyclosecta
- Any Nepenthes I don't already have!

Growlist
Dionaea Muscipula
- D. Muscipula "Typical"
- D. Muscipula 'Dente'
- D. Muscipula 'Sawtooth'
- D. Muscipula 'Bristletooth'
- D. Muscipula 'Polish Dracula'
- D. Muscipula 'Jaws'
- D. Muscipula 'Big mouth'
- D. Muscipula 'Low Giant'
- D. Muscipula 'Colorado Giant'
- D. Muscipula 'B52'
- D. Muscipula 'DCXL'
- D. Muscipula 'Wally'
- D. Muscipula 'King Henry'
- D. Muscipula 'Akai Ryu'
- D. Muscipula 'Maroon Monster'

Drosera
- D. Capensis 'Typical'
- D. Capensis 'Wide Leaf'
- D. Capensis 'Alba'
- D. Capensis 'Red'
- D. Capensis 'Big Pink'
- D. Capensis 'Bainskloof'
- D. Spatulata 'Pink Flower'
- D. Spatualata "Gold Coast"
- D. Natalensis
- D. Venusta
- D. Aliciae
- D. Adelae
- D. Affinis
- D. Madagascariensis
- D. Graomogolensis
- D. 'Marston Dragon'
- D. 'Wateri'
- D. Intermedia "Temperate"
- D. Intermedia "Cuba"
- D. Rotundifolia "Ely, Minnesota"
- D. Filiformis var. Filiformis
- D. Filiformis var. Tracyi
- D. Filiformis var. Floridana "White Flower"

Pinguicula
- P. 'Aphrodite'
- P. 'Pirouette'
- P. 'George Sargent'
- P. Moranensis 'A'
- P. Moranensis 'J'
- P. Gigantea x Moctezumae

Utricularia
- U. Bisquamata
- U. Subulata
- U. ???

Cephalotus Follicularis
- C. Follicularis

Sarracenia
- S. Purpurea ssp. Venosa
- S. Oreophila var. Oreophila
- S. Rubra ssp. Rubra
- S. Flava var. Flava
- S. Minor var. Minor
- S. Leucophylla var. Leucophylla
- S. Alata var. Rubrioperculata
- S. Alata "Maroon Throat"
- S. Alata "Heavy Vein"
- S. Readii
- S. Jessica
- S. Daina's Delight
- S. Judith Hindle
- S. Juthatip Soper
- S. Appalachian Spring
- S. Minor x Purpurea (Swaniana)
- S. Oreophila x Flava var. Atropurpurea
- S. Leucophylla x Oreophila
- S. Alata x Minor
- S. Flava var. Cuprea x Purpurea ssp. Venosa
- S. Leucophylla "Red" x Flava var. "Bob Hanrahan"
- S. Leucophylla "Green and White" x Minor "Copper Top"

Nepenthes
- N. 'St. Gaya'
- N. Briggsiana (Lowii x Ventricosa 'Red')
- N. Fusca "Mamut Copper Mine"
- N. Sanguinea
- N. Ventricosa
- N. 'Ventrata'
- N. Ventricosa x Dubia
- N. Spatualata x Dubia
- N. Spatualata x Glabrata
- N. Spatualata x Spectabilis
- N. Spectabilis x Veitchii
- N. Spectabilis x Mira
- N. Spectabilis x Platychila
- N. Maxima x Aristolochioides
- N. Ventricosa x (Maxima x Talangensis)
- N. Talangensis x Robcantleyi
- N. Glandulifera x Tenuis

Brocchinia
- B. Reducta

Live-Long-Fiber-Sphagnum-Moss
- A long, green, and fast growing variety

Seeds & Seedlings
- D. Binata "Small Red Form"
- D. Spatualata var. Lovellae
- D. Hercules x Self
- D. Filiformis var. Filiformis
- S. Flava var. Ornata
- S. Flava var. Rubricorpora
- S. Flava var. maxima x Leah Wilkerson
- S. Sarracenia 'Leah Wilkerson' x S. 'Judith Hindle'
- N. ??? (I'm thinking it's a lowlander)

Graves For My Lost CPs
- Dionaea Muscipula "Thing 1" and "Thing 2" (flytraps that I got from Homedepot when I was a kid)
- D. Adelae 'Giant' (fried in the California sun; thanks for everyone who tried to help me save it)
- S. Rubra ssp. Rubrioperculata (this was a sarr from CalCarn which succumbed to root rot)
- D. Filiformis (some of my filiformis died from crown rot)
- U. Graminifolia (yet another CP that was fried in the CA sun...)

Little Library of CP Books & Ebooks
- "The Savage Garden" by: Peter D'Amato
- "Cultivating Carnivorous Plants" by: Natch Greyes
- "The Ultimate Carnivorous Plant Guide for Beginners" by: Jacob Farin

My favorite CP genuses are sarracenia and nepenthes.
I also try to collect some of the other genuses to gain a variety of CPs.
I'll be updating this growlist every month or so.
Last edited by CPhunter101 on Tue Nov 16, 2021 12:15 am, edited 15 times in total.
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Pre-Update! Tomorrow is the big update, I'll be posting some pics of my new ceph.
Added some hitchhikers, identified some drosera, and added a nep seedling (a hitchhiker from my spats).
I also added a CP library. I'm hoping to get Barry Rice's book next.
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The Big Update Has Arrived!
Added some new Drosera (Capensis, Aliciae, and Natalensis), but most importantly... A Cephalotus!
Edited the Dionaea section and identified my "Nidiformis" as D. Affinis.
Also, I'm currently searching for a couple D. Nidiformis.
Pictures coming soon...
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Willing to trade? I am interested in your 'Dente'. Essentially anything not marked as (R) on my grow list.
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Congrats on the Ceph...any tips or tricks you read about in prep. Mine should be here on Tuesday.

The only thing I am concerned about so far, is mine are being shipped semi-bare root.
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bcavanau wrote:Congrats on the Ceph...any tips or tricks you read about in prep. Mine should be here on Tuesday.
Firstly, handle it with great caution. Make sure not to snap any roots or pitchers.
Then, gently pot it in a well draining mix of your preference (link to more info below).
Using pot of 4+ inch is your best option since Cephs dislike yearly repotting.
Water via the tray method, and water carefully. Cephs are especially susceptible to root rot.
https://www.flytrapcare.com/cephalotus-follicularis/
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FINAL BIG UPDATE OF 2021: Added some new pings, dews, and a nep. Also added a sphagnum moss section.
It's been a great year and I've gained a lot of experience!
I would like to thank all the wonderful members that I've traded and chatted with for their time and thoughtful advice.
Without it, I might not be where I'm at (many of my CPs might be in the graveyard...).
The year is ending, but I'm still looking into small trades. Pings are still at the top of my want list!
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