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By Sundews69
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Updated 5/13/22

Just a beginner, so I don't have much
I am also willing to trade (although, don't know what you would want from my beautifully growing (fixed that for ya) collection lol)

Plants with a large green X next to them I would consider trading, but if anything else peeks your interest, PM me and we can discuss.

Sarracenia:
X6 S. purpurea spp. purpurea - collected from a local bog (with permits) X
S. 'reptilian rose' (Nancy Martens)
X3 S. oreophila 'sand mountain' (Nancy Martens and Michael Sprouse)X
S. oreophila 'tall and vigorous' (Michael Sprouse)
S. 'Berry pastry' x catesbaei (Hollyhock)
S. rubra (Shadowtski)

Drosera:
X2 D. capensis 'typical' - From a closed CP nursery formerly named "We Bite Plant Nursery's"
X5? D. spatulata - From a closed CP nursery formerly named "We Bite Plant Nursery's"
D. burmannii 'humpty doo' (Curious Plant)
D. coccicaulis/venusta 'alba' (Predatory Plants)
D. admirabilis 'floating' (Predatory Plants)
X5? D. madagascariensis (Predatory Plants)X
D. intermedia - cuttings from a local bog (with permits)
D. scorpioides
D. binata 'small red form'
D. x hybrida (Butterfly Valley) (Shadowtski)
unknown - most likely a capensis, spat, or tokaiensis

Pinguicula:
X8? P. gracilis (Curious Plant)
P. ehlersiae 'victoria' (Curious Plant)

Utricularia:
U. sandersonii (John's Carnivorous Plants)

Nepenthes:
X2 N. lowii x ventricosa - red - From a closed CP nursery formerly named "We Bite Plant Nursery's"

Heliamphora:
minor 'velvet' (Nancy Martens - AW clone)
parva x pulchella (churi) (Nancy Martens - AW clone ISC)
heterodoxa x minor (Nancy Martens - most likely AW clone, but my idiot self lost the label)
heterodoxa x ionasi (Nancy Martens - AW clone)

Dionaea:
Dionaea M. Open-Pollinated
Dionaea M. 'akai-ryu/red dragon'
Dionaea m. "Lowe's rescue, red dragon look-alike"
Dionaea m. "Lowe's rescue, dentate look-alike"

Darlingtonia Californica (Shadowtski)

Cephalotus:
'hampshire dark' (Nancy Martens)

Deceased:
Dionaea m. 'typical'
Dionaea m. 'dente-typical look-alike'
U. calycifida?
X2 D. binata

Dying/rotting plants :( :
S. 'reptilian rose'
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By TrapsAndDews
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Sundews69 wrote: Wed Dec 15, 2021 11:31 pm Just a beginner, so I don't have much
I am also willing to trade (although, don't know what you would want from my garbage collection lol)
Nice list. If you think you don't have much, look at my grow list. :)

I've always wanted an admirabilis. However, I am currently unable to trade or buy plants. I may in the future.
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Thanks @TrapsAndDews! I would be more than happy to trade some admirabilis in the future with you. Just take note that the normal admirabilis looks slightly different than admirabilis 'floating'. I do own the admirabilis 'floating', but it's not in my possession currently.
Here is the one I have (admirabilis 'floating')
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Here is the other one I don't have
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By TrapsAndDews
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I still think it's nice. When I say future, I mean in like a year :? (I only have seedlings and I don't have a wide variety of plants as of now).
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By Cross
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Lol what cosmic said lol.

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By Sundews69
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@TrapsAndDews. Good to know you still like it. Man, a year is a long time. It kinda nice tho because when I get my plant back, it will have time to let it adjust and let me do cuttings on it. Who knows, maybe I can send you a cutting in a few months when I have possession of the plant again :D
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By Cross
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Sundews69 wrote:Wait....Who changed what I wrote on my grow list lol Image
ImageImageImageImage that was the best. He fixed it for you. I love it so much ImageImage

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By Sundews69
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I think I may have unfortunately lost my D. binata, Dionaea M. 'dente', Dionaea M. 'typical', and a random Sarr that came with them due to an unexpected -20 degrees we had a couple weeks back. They were in my unheated garage, but that was still to much cold :cry: :cry: :cry:

Does anyone have any suggestion on what I can do?

(I may still have some hope, but they've been in my room while I try and see if they're dormant or dead. If they're dormant, they sure haven't come out of it, so I'm quite certain they are dead)
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By thepitchergrower
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Check the binata for any roots that may still be alive. Unlikely, but possible. Check the sarr rhizome as well.
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Are these VFT roots salvageable for root cutting? I'll look at the binata roots later.
VFT #1
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By thepitchergrower
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Flytraps can't be grown from root cutting. :(
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