CPs for Sale
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by CFarms
11h ago
Hello all, I have a few CPs for sale, PM me for inquiries and pictures. US only. Thank you! Shipping is an additional $9 USPS Priority. I accept PayPal and Venmo. .......Nepenthes: sizes range from S to XXL N. bicalcarata SG - $45 M N. bicalcarata x northiana SG - $70 M N. bicalcarata x LVB SG - $80 M N. truncata (Red x Striped) SG - $35 S N. minima x Hydra RLE - $50 M N. 'Evil Whispers' - $170 XXL N. veitchii K x M SG - $45 S N. kampotiana x bicalcarata SG - $25 S... Read more ..read more
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Search Pretty Womans in your town for night
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by woofermazing
2d ago
Beautiful Womans from your city ..read more
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Reintroducting Myself
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by Chadulifera
3d ago
Hello Friends, I have been growing since 2017 and have lurked in this forum since 2018 under "Escamillo" I actually forgot the password and decided to start over. At the moment, I have been growing Nepenthes, but have gotten into Sarracenia, drosera and flytraps. Recently, I have been looking into setting up a greenhouse in the backyard, as I'm bound to run out of space any time now ..read more
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Aldrovanda in rain storage container
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by pearldiver
4d ago
I keep several containers with rainwater for various cp's as the local water here is very hard...it filters through a limestone aquifer. One of the containers I use is a 33 gallon water softener salt exchange thingie with the guts stripped out and cleaned of salt. It is getting a bit long in tooth but still does its job. Recently lots of mosquito larvae have gotten into it so I threw a few sprigs of Aldrovanda in it. It does not get much light but the plants are doing quite well ..read more
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Drosera seeds for my students
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by naoki
4d ago
I teaches botany at a university and looking for Drosera seeds for my students. They grow them by themselves and make observations, so I prefer easy species to grow (e.g. D. capensis etc is fine). In the past, they had fun growing them and learning about them. We would like to have a hundred or so seedlings, so we need a couple hundred seeds. If someone can sell them, please let me know. Thank you ..read more
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Green Dragon Arum giveaway or for trade two up for grabs
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by pearldiver
4d ago
Some time ago I got this and it has made many babies through the years. It looks a lot like thishttps://plants.ces.ncsu.edu/plants/arisaema-dracontium/ I have two to pass on should anyone be interested. Postage on you. Most descriptions of this show red seeds, though this one has white ones, and tends to spread at will. Of course you could cut the stalks before they drop the seeds. Of course if you suggest a trade that works then you get yours and I'll get mine. I do like swampy things... Read more ..read more
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Vanda Cherry Blossom 'Santa Cruz Sunset'
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by SubRosa
1w ago
This is definitely one of my favorite orchids I keep. It does so well growing practically bare root in a wooden basket that I've never tried any other culture. It thrives on neglect, then is covered in flowers each summer ..read more
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Stylidium graminifolia
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by SubRosa
1w ago
I've had this for 4 years, and nearly sold it at a plant sale this spring since it hadn't bloomed, but I noticed a few grass pink orchids popped up,in the pot, and I wanted to keep those ..read more
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Odds & Ends
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by SubRosa
1w ago
Hi! I'm starting to trim down my collection so I don't need to light as much space over the winter, and figured I'd start with these weedy messes. #1 contains a Stylidium graminifolia, a Stylidium armeria, and two different varieties of Drosera capillaris, a normal one from Tyler county TX and 'Emerald's Envy'. $45 shipped via USPS Priority. #2 contains a butt load of little Pinguicula primulaflora. Judging from what it's potted in, I'm assuming these are the normal variety that somehow... Read more ..read more
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P.tlahuica
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by jeff 2
2w ago
see here this new mexican ping https://www.researchgate.net/publication/381767020_A_new_endemic_species_and_species_richness_distribution_of_the_genus_Pinguicula_Lentibulariaceae_in_the_Trans-Mexican_Volcanic_Belt_Mexico#pf9 ..read more
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