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By Proudfather77
Posts:  56
Joined:  Sun Dec 16, 2018 10:56 pm
#333023
Looking for Byblis seeds from reputable seller, Gigantea or linifora ... whom should I look into ?

Thank you.
By Proudfather77
Posts:  56
Joined:  Sun Dec 16, 2018 10:56 pm
#333026
Thank you - I will hunt him down.

I appreciate this tip!

It just takes way too much time to nuture seeds that are not going to reliably germinate.

7 types in the Genus Byblis -We know that the Gigantea is a perrenial and so is lamellata , but I would be willing to try any of the other 5 that are annuals. Too determined at this point.

I will followup when I find him.

His Group, the Texas Carn. Plant Group is a closed group - Texans only, which is fine.

Good growing and thank you shadowtski!
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By Shadowtski
Posts:  4128
Joined:  Tue Mar 22, 2016 8:19 am
#333029
Proudfather77 wrote:Thank you - I will hunt him down.

I appreciate this tip!

It just takes way too much time to nuture seeds that are not going to reliably germinate.

7 types in the Genus Byblis -We know that the Gigantea is a perrenial and so is lamellata , but I would be willing to try any of the other 5 that are annuals. Too determined at this point.

I will followup when I find him.

His Group, the Texas Carn. Plant Group is a closed group - Texans only, which is fine.

Good growing and thank you shadowtski!
I fired a PM to him.
I asked him him to pop in here to FTC to respond or to PM you.
(I'm not a Texan but they let me in out of pity. :) )
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By charlie
Posts:  542
Joined:  Tue Aug 06, 2013 10:08 pm
#333037
I'll have to hunt him down to. Didn't know there was a reliable source of the rarer Byblis species in the US. I've been wanting to try some perennials now that I have the space for them to mature.
By KategoricalKarnivore
Posts:  1724
Joined:  Wed Aug 24, 2016 5:00 pm
#333038
Yeah, Anthony is the man you need. He grows all species of Byblis and with multiple location data for most.
By Proudfather77
Posts:  56
Joined:  Sun Dec 16, 2018 10:56 pm
#334330
Wow- I see that both the interest level in Byblis and the willingness to help is very high on this Forum!

I was not ready before, but I think I am ready now for Byblis ... and its prismatic beauty !

Thank you Shadowtski, charlie, KategoricalKarnivores and my pal Copper2 -
I appreciate the help!
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