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By kjnorris918
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Joined:  Wed Jun 08, 2016 7:05 am
#264694
I am looking for Sundews(Drosera)

I am looking for these types-
( I do not expect to find all of them by any means.) :)

* capensis
* aliciae
* burmannii- RECEIVED
* tokaiensis
* erythrorhiza
* glanduligera
* dielsiana
* zonaria
* derbyensis
* petiolaris
* falconeri
* broomensis
* hamiltonii
* cuneifolia

**Also looking for nepenthes seed.
Thank you.

Have flower seed, veggie seed, a few typical fly trap seed, or can do sase
Last edited by kjnorris918 on Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:45 am, edited 1 time in total.
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By nimbulan
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Joined:  Fri Feb 28, 2014 9:03 pm
#264722
You'll be hard-pressed to find seeds for those tuberous sundews since I believe all of the listed species require cross-pollination, and D. zonaria rarely flowers in cultivation (it also rarely produces extra tubers, it's a stingy species.)

Good luck though!
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By benastyy
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Joined:  Sun Aug 09, 2015 5:13 am
#264724
You should dm smooter80, not sure if he still has some but he had a good variety

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By kjnorris918
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#264731
Wim_Verdonck wrote:I have
Burmannii
Capensis Alba
Capensis Red
And some spatulata versions without location

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nimbulan wrote:You'll be hard-pressed to find seeds for those tuberous sundews since I believe all of the listed species require cross-pollination, and D. zonaria rarely flowers in cultivation (it also rarely produces extra tubers, it's a stingy species.)

Good luck though!
Thank you for the info. I'll look into that. :)
benastyy wrote:You should dm smooter80, not sure if he still has some but he had a good variety

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Thank you for a point in the right direction.

I appreciate all the quick replies. I didn't expect any this soon. :)
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By nimbulan
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#264828
Wow you're right Triffid has a ton of Drosera seeds. I wonder how difficult it is to import seeds from them.
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By nimbulan
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#265141
It's interesting that those packets recommend storing cold. I've had people tell me to store tuberous seeds at room temperature.
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By kjnorris918
Posts:  161
Joined:  Wed Jun 08, 2016 7:05 am
#265844
Just throwing this out there.
Would anyone like to trade for- hibiscus(2-3 types),
milkweed(2 types),
VFT(typical),
Or just ask. :)
I have several types of seed.
Also can do a cutting of Christmas cactus.

Make an offer. Not picky. :)
Thank you.
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