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Please do not PM me. I will not respond. Instead, send an email to the address in the above photo with the subject as "Trade with __your name here__":

What I want:
Mature Typical Flytraps. I do NOT want multiple clones of the same plant. I want genetically different plants. Priority is given to plants grown from seed that are at least 3 years old because those are what I want, mature is better. I want to get many plants at once...I prefer big trades but will do small ones.

What I will trade (this is a general guide and will vary, subject to negotiation):


Drosophyllum lusitanicum (dewy pine), 6-10 per flytrap
Drosera hartmeyerorum (very, very rare in US) 20 per flytrap.
Drosera indica--scented, pale pink flower, from Australia...a bunch
D. sessifolia 45 seeds per
D. capensis from volgelgat, western cape province, south africa--bunch
D. natalensis from 2 clones
D. aliciae
D. venusta (maybe not)
Sarracenia alata-30 seeds
Sarracenia flava rubricopora x rubricopora-20 seeds per flytrap
S. flava mixed varieties 30 seeds per
--Special sundew seed mix, 150 seeds or so, Varieties which contributed most to the mix are listed first. Literally hundreds of flowerstalks, collected from many different plants--at different times throughout last year's growing season (and refrigerated)--contributed to the mix. Something should grow for you!!:
Drosera capensis typical and from Volgelgat, Western Cape, South Africa (look very similar, you can't tell these apart.)
Drosera indica vigorous green scented form from Australia
Drosera capensis 'alba'
Drosera aliciae
Drosera spathulata "monster"
Drosera capensis "broadleaf"
Drosera burmanii from Hong Kong
Drosera venusta
Drosera natalensis-two forms
Drosera filiformis "Florida Red"
Drosera capillaris--from Tate's Hell Swamp, Franklin County, Florida
Drosera x transvaal
Drosera nidiformis
Drosera madagascariensis from Zimbabwe
Possibly traces of other varieties. Photos:

D. capensis volgelgat as above
D. capensis alba
D. spatulata
D. nidiformis
P. lusitanica...maybe 2 of these.
D. x transvall (nidiformis x dielsiana)
U. gibba
D. aliciae

PLANTS (1 per 2 vfts):
D. binata var dichotoma (large)
P. gigantea (I have 2 clones for trade and can give you their history)
P. caerulea (from cross-pollinated seed)
D. venusta
S. alata greene co. Mississippi
S. rubra spp. rubra

Plants per 3:
medium N. alata 'Giant' x globosa

Some pictures:

Breathtaking drosophyllum: Image
S. Rubras for trade: Image
S. alatas for trade: Image
One p. gigantea:Image
D. aliciae: Image
D. binata Image
D. venusta Image
U. gibba: Image


Last edited by SDCPs on Tue Mar 05, 2013 8:54 am, edited 2 times in total.
Posts:  229
Joined:  Thu Apr 01, 2010 5:38 am
Look what I just built!


I need flytraps to put in it, hint hint ;)

Remember that I have these beautiful sarracenia Alata to trade. They are from Greene County, Mississippi. Mantids agree that they're nice:


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