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By specialkayme
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Probably about time I wrote this down, before I forget (or misplace my notes):

Updated 5/3/22

Nepenthes:
N. sanguinea 'Orange' - acquired 4/20/2019 (Note: split into 3 after basal shoots)
N. petiolata x vogelii - acquired 12/10/2019
N. burkei x hamata - acquired 8/28/2020 (Note: split into 3 after basal shoots)
N. 'Song of Melancholy' x veitchii 'Pink Candy Cane' - acquired 8/28/2020
N. veitchii 'Psychedelic' x adrianii - acquired 11/23/2020
N. edwardsiana x maxima - acquired 12/20/2020
N. veitchii 'Bareo' - acquired 3/27/2021
N. hamata (BE-3380) - acquired 4/18/2021
N. veitchii - acquired 5/1/2021
N. burbidgeae x (veitchii x lowii) - acquired 5/2/2021
N. alata 'variegated' - acquired 5/9/2021
N. hamata x edwardsiana - acquired 5/16/2021
N. veitchii ('#5' x 'The Wave') - acquired 6/20/2021
N. vogelii - acquired 6/20/2021
N. ampullaria ('Red' x 'Black Miracle') - acquired 7/13/2021
N. veitchii 'Pa'Umor' x edwardsiana - acquired 8/29/2021
N. 'unknown' - acquired 9/6/2021
N. 'Dyeriana' - acquired 9/18/2021
N. ampullaria 'Black Miracle' - acquired 10/27/2021
N. edwardsiana - acquired 11/15/2021
N. hamata (Tambusisi x Lumut), BE-4044 - acquired 12/1/21
N. villosa x veitchii - acquired 12/1/21
N. veitchii ("Big Mama" x "Pink Candy Cane"), CAR-0001 - acquired 4/24/22

Heliamphora:
H. heterodoxa x minor - acquired 11/14/2021

Drosea:
D. capensis 'narrow leaf' - acquired 12/10/2019 - (Note: growing like weeds, currently at least 6 of them)
D. madagascariensis - acquired 9/9/2021
D. intermedia - acquired 9/9/2021
D. adelae (probably?) - acquired (?) - (Note: grew from seed, guess on identification)

Pingularia:
P. 'Sethos' - acquired 9/9/2021
P. ehlersiae - acquired 9/9/2021

Sarracenia:
S. flava - acquired 9/9/2021
S. (Leuco x Oreo) x WC - acquired 9/25/21
S. purpurea 'Venosa Red' - acquired 9/9/2021
S. leucophylla - acquired 4/20/22
S. Oreophila - acquired 4/22/22
S. leucophylla var. alba ‘Hurricane Creek White’ - acquired 4/22/22
S. purpurea ssp. purpurea - acquired 4/22/22
S. ruba - acquired 4/22/22

Dionaea:
D. 'Leo Songs Jaws' - acquired 12/10/2019
D. 'B-52' - acquired 4/20/22
D. 'Typical' - acquired 4/20/22

Utricularia:
U. sandersonii - acquired (?)

Cephalotus:
C. follicularis - acquired (?)

On the hunt for:
- Nepenthes khasiana
- a good terrarium ping species

Willing to trade:
- N. sanguinea 'Orange'
- N. burkei x hamata (x2)
- N. veitchii 'Psychedelic' x adrianii
- N. 'unknown'
- D. capensis 'narrow leaf'
- D. adelae
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Nice list! Can tell by the dates you caught the bug hard :lol: Not sure of the question marks but if you're worried about your D. Regia, you'll know pretty quick what it is. It has a pretty distinct look to it and growth habit. Took a pic of its growth habit, it's the same large or small
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Apollyon wrote:Nice list! Can tell by the dates you caught the bug hard :lol:
Thanks! I've had carnivorous plants of one type or another, on and off for almost 30 years. I was "CP free" about 5 years ago, before I got back into them. I couldn't really justify having 10 different sundews or flytraps, and Nepenthes had a reputation for being a challenging plant to take care of which spooked me for a bit. But when I was able to keep my sanguinea alive, and when it and the petiolata x vogelii took off growing it gave me the confidence I needed to have an actual "collection." I had decided to take a break on acquisitions in September, but then found a few that were on my "drool list" at decent prices, so jumped on them. Now I just need to give some of my "extras" and "less than favorites" to new homes to make some more room.
Apollyon wrote:Not sure of the question marks but if you're worried about your D. Regia, you'll know pretty quick what it is. It has a pretty distinct look to it and growth habit. Took a pic of its growth habit, it's the same large or small
It's shape and growth is consistent with a regia, but it's all red. I haven't been able to see any photos anywhere of a deep red regia, so that's why I'm not sure.

Here's a crude photo of it, hiding between two D. capensis and behind an N. alata 'variegated'. download/file.php?mode=view&id=69798
Not the best pic though. I'll see if I can get a better shot tonight.
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Panman wrote:Nice list. Where did you get your heliamphora?
Thanks. I got the Heli from Florae (formerly Native Exotics).

I was in search of it for quite some time. It isn't an expensive plant, but every time it pops up it usually gets bid up or bought up fast. I was lucky to be able to snag this one.
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Panman wrote:I am on the edge of venturing into helis and I understand that one is the most forgiving.
Heterodoxa and Minor both are tough plants compared to the others. Thats why I grow them too. I grow them in room temps and they do well. have a minor clone which was likely TC from the growth points that I'm kind of debating repotting, since the pitchers are starting to come in mature in the cluster. So if it's gonna be a while, feel free to pm me down the road and I can perhaps get you a more mature one so you don't have to wait for maturity. It's a slow growing plant :/
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Apollyon wrote: Mon Nov 15, 2021 6:45 pm if you're worried about your D. Regia, you'll know pretty quick what it is.
What do you think?
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Apollyon wrote: Mon Nov 15, 2021 11:17 pm Heterodoxa and Minor both are tough plants compared to the others. Thats why I grow them too.
I heard many recommended heterodoxy x minor as most likely to do well in intermediate conditions, which is why I was looking for it. Tough to find though. Hopefully it does well.
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Honestly, that looks a Drosera Adelae. They turn red and have a growth habit like that where the leaves drop down as well as that dark greenish color leaves. Regia leaves are typically more erect and progressively droop as the crown develops and the leaves begin the terminate. They're more "stiff," at least when they're healthy. They can sometimes get a little darker but usually it's more of a highlight kind of thing where the back will be a reddish-gold color and maybe a little bit of color on top but nothing like that. The leaves unfurl in a similar way. Where did you get that?
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A photo of Drosera Adelae "Giant" from google:
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Apollyon wrote:that looks a Drosera Adelae.
Yup, I think you're right.
Apollyon wrote:Where did you get that?
I bought a potted Cape Sundew, and a few months later it started growing out of the soil. Apparently it was a stray seed (or a few, based on the current status). It looks like some other sundews are sprouting out of that soil too, this time with some round leaves. I think out of that one pot, I've had about 8 sundews sprout. One flowered itself and tossed seeds, so now I have about a dozen more little ones running around (cape sundews). I'd repot them all up, but I'm not sure what I'd do with them. Mrs. is already giving me eyes about the amount of space the plants take up (and I don't blame her, considering it's grown considerably in the past 12 months). Shipping in the winter is a pain. Can't even find friends to give them away to, lol. Might have to put them on ebay for $0.01 and see what happens. Worst case, they find a good home.
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Theres a reason people do giveaways.


Giveaway please!
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Updated.

Despite my efforts to reduce my collection, I placed some orders for some more Sarracenia and Dionaea (although they are for an outdoor bog garden I started). A condition of the order (to myself) was they had to stay outdoors. Two of the Dionaea haven't made it outside yet . . . .

BTW if anyone is interested in any of the "willing to trade" plants let me know. I'm going to need to start "thinning the plants" out a little bit, as now the rooted basal divisions are starting to make their own basal divisions, and space will soon be at a premium.
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