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Stumbled across this today, quite by accident: http://icps.proboards105.com/index.cgi?boa...amp;thread=1634

Anyone know anything else about this? Is it in culture yet?

It looks like an incredible plant, especially with those flowers. Also from the comments it appears to be more cold tolerant, which can only be a good thing here...

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Stumbled across this today, quite by accident: http://icps.proboards105.com/index.cgi?boa...amp;thread=1634

Anyone know anything else about this? Is it in culture yet?

It looks like an incredible plant, especially with those flowers. Also from the comments it appears to be more cold tolerant, which can only be a good thing here...

i have for about 1 month and i germinated it but it died later(my fault) then i got some more seed and i think i have germination.

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I have a few plants. They are growing well and blooming at the moment. I plan on try ing for seed but right now I can not promise anything as I do nt know how successful I will be in my attempts to cross them. Hopefully I'll have seed to pass around this year.

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nicklott-san, adams-san, Pyro-san, & All who love Byblis,

Konnichiwa!

Byblis guehoi (pronounced gay-ho-eye) (pronounced and rhymes with Hay)
This species is already in culture.


photo 1:Byblis guehoi

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photo 2:Byblis guehoi
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photo 3:Byblis guehoi
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photo 4:Byblis guehoi
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photo 5:right Byblis guehoi
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photo 6:left Byblis species giant clone from Pago region, right Byblis guehoi
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There was one plant in each pot.
For branching, there is no need for any pinching, clipping, chemicals in my cultivation.

Kind regards from the Far East

 

photo links changed (same photos): 2014/11/29

Edited by PofW_Feathers

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Wow, PofW_Feathers -

Dropdead gorgeous! I'm drooling all over my keyboard. :smile:

Thanks for sharing...

Laura

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Konnichiwa!

I have just edited post#4.

We will have the most suitable season for sowing tropical Byblis over the next few months in the northern hemisphere.

I have a catalogue and updated list from Mr. Allen Lowrie. He is still distributing Byblis guehoi seed. He has many interesting Byblis variations on both his catalogue and updated list. See Byblis lists below.

For example, Byblis species "Biota 367 plants match Bynoe's TYPE material coastal area a little way south of Kuri Bay, Kimberley". I was able to grow it for the first time last year. Unfortunately, I forgot to take a picture of the mature plants. However, I can describe this species: it is "semi-giant robust bushy plant with beautiful large pinkish mauve and pink striped flowers, I believe you would be very pleased with this Byblis and other variations of Byblis from Allen's seed lists.

photo07: Byblis species "Biota 367 plants match Bynoe's TYPE material coastal area a little way south of Kuri Bay, Kimberley"
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photo08: B.species ‘Pilbara‘ Western Australia
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photo09: B.species ‘Pilbara‘ Western Australia
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photo10: B.species “flower purple both sides” Theda Station, Kimberley (AL & MDB 25-2-2005)
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If you would like to grow Byblis species robust Giant clones from Pago region.
I recommend:
B.filifolia ”outer flower surface whitish” Honeymoon Beach, Kimberley
B.filifolia “giant plants to 50cm tall” Pago, Kimberley

Byblis seed in Allen's up-dated list

B.aquatica “ new location record (Qld) for the species, plants up to 90 cm long, flowers purple and overall much more robust than type form from the Northern Territory” Sanamere Lagoon, Cape York Peninsula, far north Queensland, Australia
B.filifolia [F02: via Japan] ”outer flower surface whitish” Honeymoon Beach, Kimberley
B.filifolia [F15: via Japan] “giant plants to 50cm tall” Pago, Kimberley
B.filifolia [F54: via Japan] “plants match Bynoe’s TYPE material” coastal area (not an island) a little way south of Kuri Bay, Kimberley (Biota 367). Clone 01 x with mixed pollen of Clone 01, Clone 02, Clone 03 & Clone 04
B.filifolia [F54: via Japan] “plants match Bynoe’s TYPE material” coastal area (not an island) a little way south of Kuri Bay, Kimberley (Biota 367). Clone 02 x with mixed pollen of Clone 01, Clone 02, Clone 03 & Clone 04
B.filifolia [F54: via Japan] “plants match Bynoe’s TYPE material” coastal area (not an island) a little way south of Kuri Bay, Kimberley (Biota 367). Clone 03 x with mixed pollen of Clone 01, Clone 02, Clone 03 & Clone 04
B.gigantea “flowers colours in various shades of mauve to purple as well as snow-white flowered clones ” mixed seed from scattered clones at site #2, area A, Canning River East, E of Perth, Western Australia
B.lamellata “plants to 30-50 cm tall, flowers dark pink to purple. The most know southern location for this species” Cataby, W.A.
B.liniflora “plants to 5 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface white” West Alligator River, Kimberley
B.species [uN11: via Japan] “flower purple both sides” Theda Station, Kimberley (AL & MDB 25-2-2005). Clone 01 x Clone 02
B.species [uN11: via Japan] “flower purple both sides” Theda Station, Kimberley (AL & MDB 25-2-2005). Clone 02 x Clone 01
B.species ‘Pilbara‘ “first crop of clone 01 x clone 02” Pilbara, Western Australia
B.species ‘Pilbara‘ “second crop of clone 01 x clone 02” Pilbara, Western Australia


Byblis seed in Allen's 2008-2009 catalogue

B.aquatica “leaves about 2-3 cm long, plants to 15-30cm tall” East Charlotte River, N.T.
B.aquatica “leaves about 2-3 cm long, plants to 15-30cm tall” E of Girraween Lagoon, N.T.
B.aquatica “maroon plants to 15 cm tall, with small purple flowers” West Alligator River, N.T.
B.aquatica “maroon plants to 15 cm tall, with small purple flowers” Noonamah, N.T.
B.aquatica “leaves about 2-3 cm long, plants to 15-30cm tall” Darwin River, N.T.
B.aquatica “large robust form” Haycock Reach, N.T.
B.filifolia “loc. 37 Kimberley x loc. 06 Northern Territory, an F1 hybrid. Descending leaves act like tripod legs and support the plant, flowers mauve.
B.filifolia “small plants to 15 cm tall similar to the type form, flowers purple violet, outer surface pale lemon yellow with longitudinal red wine stains on one margin” Fish farm E of Kununurra, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “Plants > 25 cm tall, flowers mauve, 18 mm Ø, outer surface pale lemon yellow,” Beagle Bay, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “robust plants > 25 cm tall, flowers fading to white 2.5 cm Ø, outer surface white, petal tips very serrate” near junction of Kalumburu-Gibb River-Derby & Gibb River-Wyndham Rds, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “robust plants > 25 cm tall, flowers pink 3 cm Ø, outer surface white, petal tips very serrate” near junction of Kalumburu-Gibb River-Derby & Gibb River-Wyndham Rds, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “robust plants > 25 cm tall, flowers violet- mauve 2.5 cm Ø, outer surface white, petal tips very serrate” near junction of Kalumburu-Gibb River-Derby & Gibb River-Wyndham Rds, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “robust plants > 25 cm tall, flowers mixed colours of white, pale pink, pink & very dark pink >3 cm Ø, outer surface white, petal tips very serrate” near junction of Kalumburu-Gibb River-Derby & Gibb River-Wyndham Rds, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “robust plants > 25 cm tall, flowers mixed colours of pale pink, pink & violet- mauve >3 cm Ø, outer surface white, petal tips very serrate” Gibb River-Wyndham Rd, just after Gregorys Jump-up, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “Robust plants > 25 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface pale lemon yellow with longitudinal red wine stains on one margin” Gibb River-Wyndham Rd, just after Gregorys Jump-up, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “plants to 45 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow with red wine stained margins” north of Kingston Rest, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “plants to 45 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow with red wine stained margins” Kingston Rest, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “plant to 50 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow” Cave Spring, Kimberley
B.filifolia “plants to 55 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow with red wine stained margins” Weaber Plains, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “plants to 55 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow with red wine stained margins” east of Kununurra, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “ plants > 60 cm tall, very floriferous, flowers mauve outer surface lemon yellow with broad red wine stains on the petal margins” N of Kingston Rest, Kimberley, W.A.
B.filifolia “robust plants mostly 50-60 cm tall, many > 120 cm tall, flowers variable in colour from palest pink to dark pink, mauve or purple violet, outer surface pale lemon yellow with longitudinal red wine stains on one margin” seepage area on road to Lake Argyle, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.filifolia “plants to 35 cm tall, flowers mauve with pale lemon on back” Boulk area south of Lombadina on Dampier Peninsular, Kimberley, W.A.
B.filifolia “branching plant, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow with maroon stripes” Honeymoon Beach, Kimberley, W.A.
B.filifolia “plants 60 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer yellow with purple radiating lines” Bungarun, Derby, Kimberley
B.filifolia “plants 25-30 cm tall, 4-6 branched in the upper half” Mount Bomford, Drysdale River Station, Kimberley
B.filifolia “plants 60 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer yellow with thick maroon purple radiating marks and margins” SE of Kununurra, Kimberley
B.filifolia “plants 30 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer white” Gibb Range, Kimberley
B.filifolia “mauve flower outer surface white’ Theda, Kimberley
B.filifolia “Plant to 30 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface lemon-yellow with purple margins” Lake Argyle, Kimberley
B.filifolia “Plant to 45 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow ” west of Kununurra, Kimberley
B.filifolia “Plant to 45 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface yellow” north of Taylor’s Lagoon, Kimberley
B.filifolia “Plant to 50 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface lemon-yellow with purple margins” south east of Kununurra, Kimberley
B.filifolia “Plant multi-headed, flowers mauve, outer surface lemon-yellow with purple margins” Cave Spring, Kimberley
B.filifolia “mauve flower, petal tips serrate, outer surface yellow” north of Taylor’s Lagoon, Kimberley
B.filifolia Gibb River, Kimberley
B.filifolia “giant plants to 50 cm tall” Pago, Kimberley
B.filifolia “mauve, outer surface lemon-yellow” west of Kununurra, Kimberley
B.filifolia “overall finer plant to 15 cm, very floriferous” Litchfield, N.T.
B.gigantea “Bibbulmun Track” south east of Perth, W.A. excellent robust form
B.gigantea “ robust population of mixed flower colours from pale mauve to dark purple” Perth Airport, W.A.
B.gigantea “robust plants with large flowers of various shades of mauve-purple” now extinct at this location due to a commercial building development, Canning Vale, W.A.
B.guehoi (Lowrie & Conran) “multi-headed plants, mauve flower” Kimberley, Western Australia
B.guehoi “Ab01 x Ab02” from a first raising of 5 clones (labelled Ab01, Ab02, Ab03, Ab04, Ab05) type location Bobbys Creek, Kimberley
B.guehoi “Ab02 x Ab01” from a first raising of 5 clones (labelled Ab01, Ab02, Ab03, Ab04, Ab05) type location Bobbys Creek, Kimberley
B.lamellata “plants to 30-50 cm tall, flower colours between clones a variable range in shades of dark pink to purple in this colony” location #3, Arrowsmith River, W.A.
B.lamellata “plants to 20-45 cm tall, flower colours variable in all shades of pink” S of Eneabba, W.A.
B.lamellata Arrowsmith River, W.A.
B.liniflora “robust fine plants > 18 cm tall, flowers mauve >1.5 cm Ø, outer surface white” permanent seepage spring on Gibb River Station, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.liniflora “robust fine plants > 20 cm tall, flowers mauve >1.5 cm Ø, outer surface white” Phillips Range, Kimberley, Western Australia
B.liniflora “plants to 5 cm tall, flowers mauve, outer surface white” Theda Station, Kimberley
B.liniflora Palmerston, Northern Territory, Australia
B.liniflora “An excellent new discovery, robust erect plants to 15 cm tall, sprouting new leafy growth freely from many leaf axils when apical tip of mature plant is removed, flowers 15 mm Ø, pale mauve, yellow anthers shorter than filaments” Kingston Rest, Kimberley
B.rorida “ growing with a new Byblis species (in publication)” 80 km E of Broome
B.rorida “robust plants to 30 cm tall, very floriferous” Lake Campion, Kimberley


Reference:
How to germinate
http://icps.proboards105.com/index.cgi?boa...amp;thread=1866
How to grow etc
http://icps.proboards105.com/index.cgi?boa...amp;thread=2348
http://icps.proboards105.com/index.cgi?boa...amp;thread=2389


Kind regards from the Far East

 

 

photo links changed (same photos): 2014/11/29

Edited by PofW_Feathers

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Thanks for the info and great pics PofW. I've just managed to get a very few guehoi seeds and will try them myself now

cheers,

nick

PS I found Allen Lowrie's original paper on it here: http://www.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets...el121023Low.pdf

It has nice details of it's natural habitat and photos of it in the wild, plus a handy comparison with other species.

Edited by nicklott

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