rare Dionaeas and some other plants


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Hi guys,

here you can see some interesting plants of my collection (mainly Dionaea).

So have fun.

Best regards

Matze

1955

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1979

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some interesting with long teeth

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Bimbo, thats a plant with very big traps, up to 5cm, and a very dark red inside the trap, an old clone by Dr. König

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Crocodile

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Korrigans

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Louchapates

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Triton

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Trichterfalle/Funnel trap

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Schuppenstiel I

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Schuppenstiel II

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One of the small Umgekrempelt

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some nice Cephalotus...

Giant

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German Giant

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Hummers Giant

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here are two Nepenthes...

Nepenthes campanulata

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Nepenthes truncata

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and at last my seedgrown Pinguiculas...

Pinguicula alpina

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Pinguicula vulgaris

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Very good!!! :smile: your plants are very nice. I wouldn't know Schuppenstiel I, he is amazing :cheers:

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Some beautiful plants! Nice big N.truncata.

I love the Umgekrempelt, are some of its traps able to capture pray at all?

It looks like you don't lack the space to grow plants, that's one huge greenhouse!

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Thank you for your comments.

@nadja77: the Umgekrempelt can´t catch some flys, because the traps don´t close.

@ThomasL: yes, we will see us next month

@miles: nice to see you here Emil, i will post some more pics for you the next days...

Best regards

Matze

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Great pics Matze, I also think the dionaea with the long teeth is very nice - does it produce these all year and every year? Or is it is new plant for you?

I love the Umgekrempelt!! Give a shout if you get a spare and want to swap or sell it.....

The truncata also looks very impressive and nice cephs too :tu:

Thanks for sharing your pics with us!

Heather

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I love the Umgekrempelt!!

Are you serious ? i guess yes, i can't say i love this plant, it is strange, interresting but i don't love, i prefer louchapates or coquillage, or triton.

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Yes, I think its an interesting vft Julien!! Coquillage wins for me though, its one of my favourite vfts!! I really like triton and loucha too but my triton vfts are still quite small, I look forward to seeing them when they are a bit bigger! Its the same my my loucha though too, still small so I have yet to see its full potential!

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Hi,

Heather, i take you to the wishlist for the Umgekrempelt.

The Dionaea with the long teeth, it´s my first year i have it, i selected it from seedlings, so i can´t say much about it.

Yes, Zlatokrt, thats Primula farinosa.

Best regards

Matze

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Hi Matze, nice pics again and thanks for adding me to the wishlist for Umgekrempelt - I appreciate that! It will be interesting to see if your seedling keeps the long teeth, I hope it does :D

I have also heard about a vft called "trichter", do you know if this is perhaps also another german clone?? Is it the same as Trichterfalle/funnel trap?

Heather

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Hi Heather,

yes you are right, the name "Trichter" is only a short name for the "Trichterfalle".

It´s the same like you say "Loucha" for "Louchapates".

And i will watch the Dionaea with the long teeth.

Best regards

Matze

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Guest Andreas Eils

Hello Mathias,

here are some more pics visible than in the GFP forum. Most are very nice and impressive Dionaea clones. I particularly like the 1955, 1979, the one with the very long teeth and "Bimbo". I still wonder about the name "Bimbo" because if a name shall express one or more particular characteristics what shall "Bimbo" express. Or is the characteristic of "Bimbo" unstable? I have noticed a single strangely shaped, still developing trap on your plant. And I thought that may be the characteristic the plant is named for. (Looks a little like a fist with the thumb up! :) )

"Umgekrempelt" looks really sick! :confused: The German term "Qualzucht" would fit quite well to this plant. :rolleyes: Like "Bart Simpson" (or "Wacky Trap") nothing I´d like to grow. But I grow a small "Cup Trap" which looks very nice. A year ago I saw a list of more than 50 different Dionaea clones and cultivars and I just couldn´t believe my eyes! Probably in ten years the list will contain 500 different Dionaea clones... :bad:

Thanks again for showing!

Bye,

Andreas

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A year ago I saw a list of more than 50 different Dionaea clones and cultivars and I just couldn´t believe my eyes! Probably in ten years the list will contain 500 different Dionaea clones... :lol:

Thanks again for showing!

Bye,

Andreas

There's about 550 different clones listed on Bob's Photo site now. http://www.cpphotofinder.com/Dionaea.html

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