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By SerMuncherIV
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Might as well start one of these here...

Drosera capensis "Wide Leaf"
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D. capensis 'Albino'
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D. capensis"Giant"
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D. sessilifolia
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D. burmannii
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D. hartmeyeroum
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D. scorpioides
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D. nitidula x pulchella
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Assorted Dionaea from seed:
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Drosera venusta
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D. capillaris
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D. aliciae
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D. x eloisiana F2 (formerly beleziana) Thank you hollyhock, these appear to be much more vigorous than either of the parents...
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D. intermedia Bear Lake, NJ
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Nepenthes singalana x aristolochioides
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N. burkei x hamata
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N. attenboroughii
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Drosera filiformis, one week after shipping:
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By katya_dog1
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Joined:  Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:45 pm
#247366
Very nice! I like the angle the Dionaea seedling pictures are taken at. Seems different than most I've seen, but then I could just be crazy.
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By HeliamphoraWalnut
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#247490
REALLY nice! where do you grow most off the seedlings, and where did you get the drosera hartmeyorum?
By SerMuncherIV
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Joined:  Sun May 31, 2015 5:59 pm
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A few odds and ends from the collection...

Drosera capensis "Red"
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Nepenthes boschiana x glandulifera BE
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N. spathulata x glabrata BE
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N. spathulata x platychila BE
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N. fusca "flared peristome" BE
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N. talangensis x robcantleyi BE
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N. glabrata BE with developing N. jacquelineae (also BE)
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N. veitchii H/L x burbidgeae EP
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Promising color on a N. "thorelii" -D EP x veitchii. A non-commercial cross, and the only "true" lowlander I grow. Technically I'm cheating though, since it seems to do fine as a highlander in my conditions...
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N. "Splendiana x 'Song of Melancholy (clone 2 - solid peristome)'
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N. muluensis x lowii BE
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N. ventricosa-squat x [ventricosa x (lowii x ventricosa)] EP
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Sarracenia "Willow Creek"
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By SerMuncherIV
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#248643
Nepenthes fusca "flared peristome" BE
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N. singalana x aristolochioides looking better now that the summer heat wave has passed.
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N. burkei x hamata freshly popped
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N. jacquelineae also newly opened
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Promising color on N. attenboroughii
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Heliamphora minor I picked up a month ago from the NECPS show has finally put out a new pitcher.
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H. nutans working on its second pitcher under my care.
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The famous yellow trichomes of Drosera hartmeyerorum.
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By katya_dog1
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#248647
Very good! All of your plants look happy.
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By SerMuncherIV
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Nepenthes jacquelineae Gng. Gadang BE
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N. glabrata BE
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N. muluensis x lowii BE still coloring up.
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N. attenboroughii SG
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N. talangensis x robcantleyi BE
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N. burkei x hamata BE colored up.
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N. "Splendiana" x "Song of Melancholy" SG
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N. "thorelii" - D (EP) x veitchii doing well as a highlander.
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N. ventricosa transitioning to uppers:
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Impressive amount of exudate:
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Drosera natalensis putting out a flower stalk.
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D. venusta "var. coccicaulis"
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D. solaris recovering after a nasty shipping accident that saw it lose almost its entire root system.
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not D. burkeana? Other than the fact that it's from Africa, I really have no idea what these are...
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D. intermedia "Bear Lake" NJ courtesy of Eric.
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Last edited by SerMuncherIV on Thu Mar 31, 2016 12:37 am, edited 1 time in total.
By katya_dog1
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#250960
I see you got a Glabrata. Very nice! About how big is the plant right now?
By SerMuncherIV
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katya_dog1 wrote:I see you got a Glabrata. Very nice! About how big is the plant right now?
Thanks! It's about 4'' across right now and growing quickly (for a highlander). It arrived with the smallest root system I've ever seen on a Nep (like, 1/2'' of roots), so I'm pretty surprised that it didn't take longer to acclimate.

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