Veek, on 02 July 2012 - 19:50 PM, said:
Nice pictures Marcus. I didn't know that Allan Lowrie offered different clones for sale. So searching for the Allan Lowrie clone is impossible since there are about 100 different ones of these.
To bad he didn't label the plants with a location of them. It would look nice on the name tags. (Nicer the just a number
Thanks for sharing these pictures. Cephalotus are definatly the most beautiful carnivorous plants there are in the world.
100 and rising. Allen has been selling seeds from a different, so called, giant, and hopefully he is now successfully growing my "Giant". Allen is the person who confirmed it as being from John Hummer as I traced back the source of the original material.
I am hoping that I may be able to find out the origin of some of my clones through someone who kept a list of where certain ones Allen collected came from, but that will depend on the plants showing the identifying charactoristics, and if I have those ones that have known origins. The reason I took these photos was to send them on for identification purposes, as he has not been able to see them in person.
Now it would be good to see some other varieties put up, especially those that have names.
Edited by Marcus B, 05 July 2012 - 01:17 AM.