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rellenburg's grow list

by rellenburg » Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:48 am

My modest growlist. Thanks for looking! If I have multiples of something you're interested in pm me.

--Dionaea--
1- 'B52'
2- 'Crimson Sawtooth' (FTS)
1- 'Cross Teeth' (FTS)
3- 'Dente' (Efrain90)
1- 'Fuzzy tooth' (jhtunion)
1- 'Fused Tooth' (FTS)
1- 'Green Wizard'
1- 'Jaws' (FTS)
2- 'Mirror' (FTS)
1- 'Raptor'
1- 'Sawtooth' (jhtunion)
2- 'Trichterfalle' (FTS)
20- 'Vigorous' (jhtunion + TC)
2- 'Wacky Traps' (FTS)
75+ red seed grown (jhtunion + TC)
5- green seed grown (jhtunion)
50+ King Henry x King Henry seed grown clones
25+ typical (Bi-lo + TC)



--Drosera--
20+ D. adelae
2- D. admirabilis 'Floating'
30+ D. brevifolia, Hampstead NC
2- D. Burmannii Green (Ras)
2- D. Burmannii "Giant Red", from Hann River, Kimberly AUS (Ras)
20- D. capensis 'Alba'
1- D. capensis typical
1- D. capensis 'Red'
2- D. intermedia "Mount Roraima" (Ras)
2- D. natalensis ssp. 'Chimanimani Mts' Zimbabwe
20+ D. dielsiana
10- D. hamilitonii
1- D. nidiformis - + a ton of seedlings
2- D. Sessifolia, (Chapada dos Guimaraes, Brazil) (Ras)
20+ D. spatulata
15- D. spatulata 'Fraser Island' - + a ton of seedlings
3- D. spatulata 'Kanto' (Ras)
1- D. ultramafica (Ras)
2- D. x Snyderi (Ras)

--Pinguicula--
P. 'Apasionata' (Crystal's Carnivores)
P. 'Aphrodite' (P. agnata x P. moctezumae) (Crystal's Carnivores)
P. ehlersiae (Crystal's Carnivores)
P. emaiginata x jamavensis (Crystal's Carnivores)
P. 'Pirouette' (P. agnata x P. moranensis x P. ehlersiae) (Crystal's Carnivores)
P. 'Sethos' (P. ehlersiae x P. moranensis) (Crystal's Carnivores)


--Sarracenia--
S. leucophylla 'Tarnok' (jhtunion)
S. purpurea (Lowes)
S. 'Scarlet Belle' x purpurea ssp. venosa (seed grown)
unknown sarr seedling (Efrain90)


--In Vitro List--

--Dionaea--
'B52'
'Cross teeth'
'Jaws'
'Sawtooth'
'Vigorous'
Typical
'King Henry' x 'King Henry'
Several Seedgrown Clones

--Drosera--
D. filiformis 'Red'
D. capensis typical
D. spatulata
D. spatulata 'Tamlin'
D. tokaiensis



--Nepenthes--
N. 'King Tiger x mirabilis 'Kuraburi'
N. ventricosa


--Sarracenia--
S. 'Scarlet Belle' x purpurea ssp. venosa


--Non Carnivorous--
Aloe Vera


--------Want List--------

VFT's

'Alien'
'Purple Ambush'
'Akai Ryu'
'Biohazard'
'Maroon Monster'
really any vft not currently on my growlist

any pinguicula seeds
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Re: rellenburg's grow list

by rellenburg » Sun Sep 23, 2012 4:00 am

Brevifolia
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Fuzzy tooth
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Sawtooth
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Seed Grown
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Vigorous
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Typicals
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Seed Grown
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Leucophylla tarnok (just arrived, no pitchers yet)
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Capensis
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Re: rellenburg's grow list

by jwbates26 » Sun Sep 23, 2012 4:22 pm

You're plants look great. Its a nice start. A little advice for you is to take your flytraps out of the tray of water. It looks to me that your pots are fairly shallow and flytraps don't like being in standing water for very long. This could cause root rot and or decline in health. Read the info. on the main page about watering, if you haven't already, and your plants will grow well for you. The droseras and sarracenias will like the water trays. I keep my dews and sarras. pretty wet all the time but water my traps every two to three days in the summer after the soil has dried out a bit until its just moist.

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by rellenburg » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:38 am

Thanks for the comments and advise! I have already read a ton of info on care, but that doesn't mean I didn't miss something. The traps are no longer in the water tray. I only had them in there to water them when I took the pics.

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by rellenburg » Fri Sep 28, 2012 1:21 am

Pics of the B-52 and a typical from Bi-lo
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by Goodkoalie » Sat Oct 20, 2012 4:01 am

OK, good, i fell better know. My s. leucophylla Hurricane creek is starting to die back like yours and i thought it was dieing.
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by rellenburg » Wed Oct 24, 2012 3:13 am

A few pics of the Drosera after theyve settled in a bit, and some additions to the list...
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by rellenburg » Wed May 29, 2013 4:52 am

Couple new pics
Red Seedgrown
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B52
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King Henry x King Henry seedling in vitro
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by rellenburg » Thu May 30, 2013 4:16 am

'Vigorous'
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by rellenburg » Thu May 30, 2013 4:55 am

D. spatulata
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D. dielsiana
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D. spatulata 'Fraser Island'
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D. admirabilis 'Floating'
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D. hamiltonii
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D. brevifolia
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Re: rellenburg's grow list

by rellenburg » Sat Jun 01, 2013 2:53 am

New additions from FTS!
Cross Teeth
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Fused Tooth
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JAWS
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Re: rellenburg's grow list

by akinkysnorlax » Sat Jun 01, 2013 3:56 am

Excellent flytraps. May I ask what sizes each one was when you purchased them? I have seen premium and mature sizes recently available on the varieties you have purchased. I saw that you have an Akai Ryu on your wants list. Although it is nice to say you own an Akai Ryu, you really are not missing out on much. Your Red-leafed seed grown will end up being a better flytrap in general. My Akai Ryu is alright but it is lanky and does not bear the large traps like the rest of my red-leafed VFTs.

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by rellenburg » Sat Jun 01, 2013 4:15 am

They were either mature or young adults, not premium. I have the Ryu on my want list because most of the pics I find of it are solid red. If there is a better all red variety I would rather have it instead. Any suggestions?

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by akinkysnorlax » Sat Jun 01, 2013 4:17 am

As far as Red-leafs go, I would choose either a Green Dragon or FTS Maroon Monster. Akai Ryu is historic for being the first Red-leaf to be mass produced. But enthusiasts have made great improvements to Red-leafed varieties since then.

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Re: rellenburg's grow list

by rellenburg » Sat Jun 01, 2013 5:14 am

Thanks for the advice. I do like the Maroon Monster.

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