U. Pubescens $8
U. Quelchii $50
U. alpina $10
U. Reniformis $10
Seeds 10 for $10
Genlisea hispidula $10
D. graomogolensis -$15
D. Slackii - $15
D. adelae $8
D. schizandra $20
Anymal911 wrote:DO you still have any Ceph seeds available?Hehehe, yup! Thanks to jcal and Alvin 415!
BTW, nice plants Adam.
iamjacksplants wrote: It's kind of overwhelming at times as some things conflict with other information, but YEAH, great plant and there's tons to learn. Maybe we should start a Cephalotus follicularis cultivation resource thread?I agree. There's a cultivation resource thread on TF, but I find much of the information confusing, not mention the fact that several of the links are dead. Also, things like "never top water your Cephalotus" are very confusing, because I have been pouring water on my Cephalotus and no harm done yet so.... Maybe they get less hardy as they get older? I've found them to be tough little buggers, at least so far. I was under the impression that I was going to be babying the plant I've got, but not so. I think that many newbies are scared off by the so called cultivation "challenges" of Cephalotus (I certainly was) and that SHOULD NOT be the way it is. At least, in my opinion. I think that Cephalotus are like VFTs: They have a specific, but small set of requirements that are absolute, and once those are met they can survive World War III.
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