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(The old price list as published bellow is just for your information. Please use the actual price list.)

 


 

List of pygmy Drosera gemmae

Gemmae will be shipped from November to January only!

 

Gemmae are minute green (sometimes red to brown) reproductive bodies (0.4-2mm) produced in a centre of a rosette of leaves (all pygmy Drosera) during the winter period for rapid vegetative reproduction. Sowing gemmae is the best and fastest way to reproduce pygmy Drosera in cultivation. Gemmae are not seeds and so they may not store for a long period. They must be sown as soon as possible after arrival. Gemmae are sown on the surface of a constantly moist substrate (most often peat : silica sand, 1:1-2) at suitable spacing. You can press them slightly into the substrate. Gemmae start to germinate en masse within several days to weeks. The little plants require a lot of light and air flow. Over several months the plants mature. Propagation of pygmy Drosera with gemmae is ideal for quick and easy growth of new plants. In addition, they will adapt well to your cultivation conditions. Use this order form if you want to acquire some new pygmy Drosera for your collection. (Recomended article: Cultivation of pygmy Drosera (1999).; PHOTOGALLERY)

 

Drosera Australian Pygmy Sundews

 

    Price quoted is for a portion; each portion contains 5-50 gemmae according to rarity of the species.

 

Some items are available in very limited quantities and alternatives should be listed so that these may be shipped in case a sold out item is on your order !

 

D. androsacea [BCP ID# 1AN, D604, D638]

D. callistos {Red} [BCP ID# 23CAL, D633]

D. closterostigma [BCP ID# D627]

D. dichrosepala {Fisk Track Rd.} [BCP ID# 32DIF]

D. helodes [BCP ID# 13HE]

D. hyperostigma [BCP ID# 18HY]

D. leucoblasta {Brookton form} [BCP ID# 7LE]

D. leucoblasta {Cranbrook, WA} [BCP ID# 7LE]

D. leucoblasta {Cranbrook, WA}

D. microscapa

D. nitidula subsp. nitidula

D. nitidula subsp. leucostigma [BCP ID# 25NL]

D. nitidula subsp. omissa [BCP ID# 30NO]

D. occidentalis subsp. australis {Warriup, orange flower} [BCP ID# 6, 43OCW]

D. paleacea subsp. paleacea

D. pygmaea {Eastern States of Australia}

D. pygmaea {white/red veins, Tasmania}

D. pygmaea {New Zealand}

D. roseana

D. scorpioides {white or pink flower}

D. sargentii

D. spilos

 

D. nitidula subsp. omissa x D. occidentalis subsp. ocidentalis (= D. sp. Lake Badgerup)

D. nitidula subsp. nitidula x D. occidentalis (= D. x Carbarup)

D. nitidula subsp. omissa x D. pulchella

D. nitidula subsp. nitidula x D. pygmaea

D. occidentalis x D. pulchella

 


Some items (marked by *) are available in very limited quantities and alternatives should be listed so that these may be shipped in case a sold out item is on your order !


 

Carnivorous Plants

Plants offered are at least medium size, most of them are mature and able to flower. The price presented is for one portion; a portion contains 1-10 plants according to species. The plants are shipped year round except winter.

 

Winter buds (hibernacula) and turions of temperate CP

These species will be shipped from October to March only! Prices quoted are for one portion! One portion contains 2-10 hibernacula, adventitious buds or plants.

 

Business conditions - how to order

 

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