I've only had growing plants of Heliamphora and Genlisea, never tried them from seed so can't help with those.
Roridula gorgonias is easy enough, sow the seeds in a 2:1 peat sand mix and add a small amount of perlite to make the mix more airy. give the seed a light covering of peat and keep them damp. they should germinate in around four to six weeks.
Byblis Gigantea are a bit more difficult. They won't germinate without some sort of smoke treatment. GA3 is more reliable though. If you can get some GA3 you have to dissolve about 20mg to 20 mls of rainwater. Leave the powder to disolve for a full 24 hours before you put the seed into it. the seed needs to be left for about 24 hours in the Gibberelic (GA3) then sow it on a peat and sand mix. The biggest problem with them is damp off disease. If you can get them past the seedling stage they are easy, it is just the first few weeks that are touch and go. They don't like high humidity, so don't stand them in a water tray, just make sure the media is kept damp. Don't try to transplant them if you get them growing, Like Drosophyllum they hate root disturbance.
plantguyty1: I'm looking for pollen.
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plantguyty1: Does anybody need pollen? I have N. Miranda it's the first time it flowered for me so I do not know if its sterile or a good candidate. Is there anybody with an active female that would like to give my pollen a shot?
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siravi: im looking for seeds, anyone?
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thatoneplantboi: Hey guys, I'm new to growing nepenthes, I'm getting a mini indoor greenhouse to grow them in. What kind of light should I use for them? Also, if you could provide a link to a product, it would be very much appreciated
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