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By jwalker
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Joined:  Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:39 pm
#290129
I'm posting this vary long list for bruce. I think you guys might like it.


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New list below...BLB
From: "Bruce Bednar" <buellmyster@embarqmail.com>
To: buellmyster@embarqmail.com
Sent: Friday, April 7, 2017 8:51:30 PM
Subject: Sundews-Butterworts-Bladderworts-Fly traps

VENUS FLY TRAPS: Dionaea. Not TC, seed grown plants shipped bare root. small $2.00, medium $4.00, large $7.00.................each..............................



SUNDEWS: Drosera. Shipped with a small amount of soil around roots. D.capillaris $1.00ea. 50 for $35.00. 100 for $50.00..capillaris giant $2.00 ea.

D.binata (small) $2.00ea. D.intermedia (water lover) $2.00ea. D.filiformis filiformis (4-6" tall and redish) $3.00ea. D.filiformis tracyi (tall-green) $2.00ea.



BUTTERWORTS: Pinquicula. Shipped bare root, for best growth and size, remove flowers....Easy growers all year round. Caerulea (blue-purple flower)..

$3.50ea...Lutea (yellow flower) $3.75ea...Planifolia (redish foliage, purple flower)..likes it wet..$3.95ea...Primuliflora (pups easy, purple flower $3.50ea...



BLADDERWORTS: Utricularia..Portions sent, aquatics in damp bag, terrestrials in plug of soil. Terrestrials spread quickly, aquatics great for aquariums, or school research.. Subulata (terrestrial, small yellow flowers) $3.00ea... Liveda (terrestrial purple flower) $3.50ea...Sandersonii (terrestrial purple flower) ...

$3.50ea...Gibba (aquatic, threat like, yellow flower)...$3.50ea...Floradana (aquatic big fox tail, yellow flower)..$3.50ea...intermedia (aquatic long yellow

flower)...$3.50ea....Purpurea (aquatic, large bladders, purple flower) $4.00ea....All the aquatics do well in ponds.



NEPENTHES: Tropical hanging pitcher plants; Plants shipped bare root, and are from cuttings rooted at least six months. Size varies from 5 to 10 inchs tall.

N.x Splendid Diana; medium 6" pitchers, striped in purple with tall red peristome, female clone is a maxima hybrid.................................................$25.00.

N.x Cantleyi; This is the black gracilis crossed to the red bicalcarata, smaller plant with dark intermediate pitchers....................................................$25.00.

N.x effulgent koto; One of the Japanese hybrids with thorelli, 3 inch pitchers that are elongated and mottled with pink , fast to vine...........................$15.00.

N.x Kat Lester; A newer LBG hybrid with Viking and China mirabilis, looks like a paler Viking..vigorous medium sized grower...............................$15.00.

N.x Chelsoni; A Victorian rafflesiana cross that get very large in pitchers and growth, needs room to prosper. Cream color mug with striping............$15.00.

N.x (Thorelli x coccinea); A Calif.State Univ. hybrid by Leo Song. This clone has small pink mug shaped pitchers, from the 70's..............................$15.00.

N.x East Everglades; A Bednar/Bramblett hybrid, with reinwardtiana and female splendiana..Looks like a mottled reinwardt.....................................$20.00.

N.x Hookera; We have a few clones of this natural and man made Victorian hybrid of rafflesiana x mirabilis, gets big, like a elongated raff...............$20.00.

N.x (kampotiana x Williamsi); The kampot used was a mislabeled mirabilis, colorful medium sized grower with 3 inch mostly red pitchers..............$20.00.

N.x (ampullaria green x alata); Looks a lot like ampullaria, fairly slow medium sized grower, dose not vine easily. Pitchers mostly green..................$20.00.

N.x Harelliana; A LBG hybrid, we have several different colored clones, green, rose, and red speckled, vines fast and pitchers are 3-5"......................$20.00.

N.x David Parkyn; A Bramblett hybrid of the 80's. Smaller growing plant with colorful pitchers about 1 to 3" tall.....vines well....................................$20.00.

N.x Balmy koto; A Japanese hybrid of maxima and thorelli, colorful striped 4 to 6" pitchers, medium size grower, easy to grow...................................$20.00.

N.x Andrewensis; A LBG hybrid, seeds germinated day after hurricane Andrew went through! Has Khasiana vigour, gets big, pitchers mostly green.$15.00.

N.x Khaslessii; A LBG hybrid with Khasiana, vines fast and gets big, pitchers to 8". Can tolerate cooler temps even into upper 30's.............................$20.00.



BOG and TERRESTRIAL ORCHIDS:

Habenaria repens; Has a green spider shaped flower, loves water and being wet, creeps by roots and pups easy..super easy to grow bog plant..............$3.50ea.

Habenaria odontopetala; Likes shady damp woods, green and yellow flowers on tall spike, night fragrant. comes up from a bulb, needs a dormancy...$3.95ea.

Habenaria quinqueseta; White spidery flowers with a long throat, comes up from a bulb, needs a dormancy. Prefers damp open lite areas...................$4.50ea.

Ponthieva racemosa; The ditch which orchid, comes up from thick root stock, dormant in summer, likes the cooler weather of fall & winter................$3.50ea.

Spiranthes vernalis; The spiral nodding ladies tresses, small white swirl of flowers. Grass like foliage from tuber, full sun bog plant.............................$2.00ea.

Spiranthes lanceolata; The giant orange red flowering, large leaf orchid, that grows in sand in full sun, gets over 2 feet tall, impressive! Easy grower..$7.50ea.

Spiranthes palludicola; Dark red winter flowering deep woods plant, likes it damp but needs a dormancy over the summer, medium sized.....................$9.50ea.

Spiranthes luteoalba: The green yellow flowering giant, full sun, enjoys sand. Needs a winter dormancy. Rare..............................................................$15.00ea.

Calopogon tuberosus; The grass pink orchid, medium sized flowers in spring, foliage grass like from bulb. Easy and colorful grower. Bog plant..........$3.65ea.

Cleistes divaricata; One tall spoon shaped leaf from thick root stock, needs a dormancy but rewards with large showy flower, Bog plant, not easy..........inquire

Oceoclades maculate; Hurrican winds blew in seed from Africa, now established native. Nice medium pink-white flowers, shade or sun. Easy..............$3.50ea.

Arundina bambusifolia; The bamboo orchid, large pink flowers on bamboo like shoots to 6 foot. Full sun and likes it damp. Bog plant...........................$8.00ea.

Cynorchis fastiguosa; Two leaves put up 6 inch pink-purple flower which self pollinates and spreads seeds in all your pots...that germinate!...................$3.50ea.

Pogonia ophioglossoides; The rose pogonia, spoon shaped foliage out of running roots with a medium size pink flower. Needs moisture, bog plant........$2.50ea.

Vanilla orchids. Start as a terrestrial and vine into epiphites, sold by the foot $10.00 each. Available; planifolia, planifolia varagata, planifolia albo marginata,

barbellata, dillioniana, aphylla purple, aphylla alba, pompona, poieti, all are easy growers but can take 3 months to root, large flowers. Cuttings only.

Momosa plicata; Fresh seed of the sensitive plant, leaves close when touched, will not transplant, but easy from seed, perfrect for the kids or school. Pack$2.00.



When ordering, total your wants and please add 15% for shipping, for fastest service pay pal our email address of buellmyster@embarqmail.com or we except checks and money orders to Lees Botanical Gardens, PO Box 669, Labelle Fl. 33975...USA shipping only.....good growing. Bruce Lee Bednar
By Branmuffin
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Joined:  Fri Jul 08, 2016 2:29 pm
#290130
Fantastic prices, wish there were some sarracenia on that list!
By jwalker
Posts:  419
Joined:  Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:39 pm
#290131
SARRACENIA
purpurea venosa var rosea Chipola....southern grower, maroon pitchers, large short lavender flower............................................................$7.00ea

psittacina...typical form, 4-5" dark maroon tall flower, enjoys loads of water, mostly maroon pitchers, easy grower.....................................$4.00ea

psittacina...giant form, 10-15" very aquatic, impressive grower......................................................................................................................$10.00ea

psittacina....green form, red flower, mostly green pitchers but in full sun gets a lot of red veins, but will sunburn, 3-5".................................$7.50ea

flava......Carolina green form....medium size grower with large yellow flower, solid green pitchers 12-15"....................................................$7.50ea

flava......veined form...pitchers 12-15" with light to heavy veining....easy growers, need full sun to color up...................................................$9.50ea

flava......giant form....Maxima, produces only 2 or 3 pitchers a season, but big ones, green with red blotch in throat, wetter the better.........$12.50ea

flava...cut throat form...Rugelli...nice yellowish green pitchers with a splash of red in throat, easy to grow and popular.................................$5.00ea

flava...red form...3 years from seed, 10-12" Atropurpurea, red trumpet with mostly red lid, full sun...difficult to color up perfectly..............$12.50ea

leucophylla....typical gulf form, tends to be tall and thin, lots of maroon if grown in full sun, easy grower, maroon flower.12-20"................$5.00ea

leucophylla....Chipola form, stockier with alittle pubescent feel to the pitcher, lots of maroon, grows well in partial shade..12-18"................$5.00ea

leucophylla...."Drummund's giant" Only produces 2 or 3 pitchers a year, but big ones, some 30" impressive grower..................................... $12.50ea

minor....typical form, likes it fairly dry and can be difficult to grow, brown cap with yellow flowers, full sun or partial shade.6-10"..............$5.00ea

alata...typical tall green form...likes it wet with full sun, tall yellow flower, easy grower........12-18"................................................................$5.00ea

alata...veined with maroon under lid, full sun, will go temp. green after transplant shock........12-18"................................................................$9.50ea

alata...black form...nigrapurpurea. Once established in full sun will develop a dark maroon pitcher by late fall, temp.greens after transplant..$12.50ea

alata...pubescens..a shorter green, pubescent pitcher producer, yellow flower, a dwarf form....10-14".................................................................$9.50ea

rubra gulfensis....typical form, small, mostly green with veins in lid and upper tube, maroon flower,...6-10"...........easy grower,......................$4.00ea

rubra gulfensis...maroon cap, brown to maroon lid on mostly green pitcher, likes extra water and full sun...8-12"..............................................$7.50ea

rubra gulfensis.."alba" green pitchers with yellow flower...............................................................................8-12".............................................$12.50ea

rubra gulfensis..."giant form" tall slender pitchers to 20" tall........impressive grower.........................................................................................$12.50ea

rubra wherryii...typical form, smallest of the Sarracenia, only 5-8" dark maroon flower, can be alittle difficult to grow, full sun.........................$5.00ea

rubra wherryii... Yellow flower, looks like the typical, but puts up a yellow flower, can be difficult to grow, full sun........................................$12.00ea

rubra wherryii... Giant form, less pitchers but twice as big 10-16" dark maroon flower, can be difficult to grow, full sun..................................$12.50ea

X Wrigleyana.....psittacina x leucophylla.....................$6.00ea X Formosa.....psittacina x minor...................................$6.00ea

X Gillipini..........psittacina x gulfensis.........................$6.00ea X Gillipini.....psittacina x wherryi.................................$6.00ea

X Readii.............leuco gulf x rubra gulfensis...............$6.00ea X Readii.......leuco gulf x wherryii...............................$6.00ea

X Mooreana.......leuco gulf x flava cut throat...............$6.00ea X Areolata....leuco gulf x alata typical.........................$6.00ea

X Ashlessii........rubra wherryii x alata pubecens..........$6.00ea X Exornata....purp ven. x alata typical..........................$7.50ea

X Catsbaei.........leuco Chipola x purp ven....................$7.50ea rubra gulf giant x rubra jonesii....................................$12.50ea

X Cittronellei....leuco x alata x wherryi.........................$7.50ea X Tall Tube Readii...rubra gulf giant x leuco gulf.....$10.00ea
By SundewWolf
Posts:  2205
Joined:  Fri Mar 08, 2013 2:38 pm
#290132
Hmm...Too bad there's no Leuco HCW. I want to have another to have two matching pots of them... I will probably order the giant and green psittacina varieties though. I love that sp.
By jwalker
Posts:  419
Joined:  Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:39 pm
#290134
U can get the hcw from Mike wang
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By Bhart90
Posts:  729
Joined:  Mon Sep 07, 2015 1:38 pm
#290143
I was praying I'd see purpurea heterophylla, it's in my own state, I'd love to have one
By HeliamphoraWalnut
Posts:  1754
Joined:  Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:10 am
#290478
Just got a Drummonds giant from them. Very big plant, three growth points.
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