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By plantnerdjules
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Beautiful! Please can you share details about the conditions you are growing them in?
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Gorgeous!! Pilbarana is such a unique species
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plantnerdjules wrote:Beautiful! Please can you share details about the conditions you are growing them in?
Grown in my office : temperature lows- 70-75 ; temperature highs - 80-92 .. humidity average 30-39 percent


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cnrose wrote:Gorgeous!! Pilbarana is such a unique species
I absolutely agree. Watching your work, keep it up. Very beneficial to the community!


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By cnrose
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yardleyq1987 wrote:
cnrose wrote:Gorgeous!! Pilbarana is such a unique species
I absolutely agree. Watching your work, keep it up. Very beneficial to the community!

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Thank you so much! Btw are these Pilbarana the "200 km south of Port Hedland" location?
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Beautiful plants as always, Yardley!

This is the (100 km South of Port Hedland) location. I have yet to encounter other strains of this species currently being grown in cultivation.
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Nepenthes0260 wrote:Beautiful plants as always, Yardley!

This is the (100 km South of Port Hedland) location. I have yet to encounter other strains of this species currently being grown in cultivation.
That is correct! Thank you ! I believe there is one other location for Pilbarana, but I may be thinking of Rorida.


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By yardleyq1987
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cnrose wrote:
yardleyq1987 wrote:
cnrose wrote:Gorgeous!! Pilbarana is such a unique species
I absolutely agree. Watching your work, keep it up. Very beneficial to the community!

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Thank you so much! Btw are these Pilbarana the "200 km south of Port Hedland" location?
Very close.. added 100 km too much haha Image


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I’m currently in search for more location data Byblis. If anyone can offer something I do not have yet, please let me know .


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yardleyq1987 wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 4:26 am
Nepenthes0260 wrote:Beautiful plants as always, Yardley!

This is the (100 km South of Port Hedland) location. I have yet to encounter other strains of this species currently being grown in cultivation.
That is correct! Thank you ! I believe there is one other location for Pilbarana, but I may be thinking of Rorida.


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I’ll have to check some old Lowrie catalogs for additional accessions of this species. Hopefully somebody had purchased seed while he was around. :(
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Nepenthes0260 wrote:
yardleyq1987 wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 4:26 am
Nepenthes0260 wrote:Beautiful plants as always, Yardley!

This is the (100 km South of Port Hedland) location. I have yet to encounter other strains of this species currently being grown in cultivation.
That is correct! Thank you ! I believe there is one other location for Pilbarana, but I may be thinking of Rorida.


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I’ll have to check some old Lowrie catalogs for additional accessions of this species. Hopefully somebody had purchased seed while he was around. :(
I believe it was you that gave me his email address when I was in search for Pilbarana and Rorida seeds last year. Unfortunately, he left the world a week after my initial email. I was lucky enough to find a great Byblis grower in Germany, via Noah Juve. I’m hearing that maybe Greg Bourke took over the seed catalog? I don’t like to speculate on rumors, but I would love to have more location Byblis.


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yardleyq1987 wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 4:49 am
Nepenthes0260 wrote:
yardleyq1987 wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 4:26 am
That is correct! Thank you ! I believe there is one other location for Pilbarana, but I may be thinking of Rorida.


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I’ll have to check some old Lowrie catalogs for additional accessions of this species. Hopefully somebody had purchased seed while he was around. :(
I believe it was you that gave me his email address when I was in search for Pilbarana and Rorida seeds last year. Unfortunately, he left the world a week after my initial email. I was lucky enough to find a great Byblis grower in Germany, via Noah Juve. I’m hearing that maybe Greg Bourke took over the seed catalog? I don’t like to speculate on rumors, but I would love to have more location Byblis.


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Not sure if I was the one who gave you Lowrie’s email, as I helped you coordinate the import from Maik. :lol:

I found one of Lowrie’s most extensive catalogues released shortly before he passed away last year. This was the Byblis portion. Unfortunately there was only one B. pilbarana accession with accurate location data, although there are a few other strains on there as well.

Yes, Greg received some/all of Allen’s seed collection. I’m not sure if he’ll reopen a public catalog as he’s generally quite busy, but it might be worth a shot contacting him if you’re after something specific.
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By yardleyq1987
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Nepenthes0260 wrote:
yardleyq1987 wrote: Fri Jun 24, 2022 4:49 am
Nepenthes0260 wrote: I’ll have to check some old Lowrie catalogs for additional accessions of this species. Hopefully somebody had purchased seed while he was around. :(
I believe it was you that gave me his email address when I was in search for Pilbarana and Rorida seeds last year. Unfortunately, he left the world a week after my initial email. I was lucky enough to find a great Byblis grower in Germany, via Noah Juve. I’m hearing that maybe Greg Bourke took over the seed catalog? I don’t like to speculate on rumors, but I would love to have more location Byblis.


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Not sure if I was the one who gave you Lowrie’s email, as I helped you coordinate the import from Maik. :lol:

I found one of Lowrie’s most extensive catalogues released shortly before he passed away last year. This was the Byblis portion. Unfortunately there was only one B. pilbarana accession with accurate location data, although there are a few other strains on there as well.

Yes, Greg received some/all of Allen’s seed collection. I’m not sure if he’ll reopen a public catalog as he’s generally quite busy, but it might be worth a shot contacting him if you’re after something specific.
Haha! Sorry buddy, didn’t quite recognize you ! But yes, 8/15/21 you were helpful enough to provide his email for me. And would you look at that, you’re the same person who helped me attain all these magnificent Byblis Image I believe that’s the same catalogue I saw posted online! So many varieties! Perhaps I’ll send Greg a message via FB (Meta?). Thanks my friend!


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