HAVE: B. sanguinea 'Inca Princess' Cuttings
I have a B. sanguinea 'Inca Princess'(the yellow form) plant that won't stop churning out side shoots for cuttings. I just cut off 7 shoots and had material for 12 cuttings:
It looks like in the next two weeks I should have 10 more shoots that need to be cut off. So I can trade cuttings for 2 people (2 sets of 5 cuttings in the near future). People have been having mixed results rooting these cuttings. Some have found them easy; others have been less successful.
Here are some photos of B. sanguinea 'Inca Princess':
Mine has not bloomed but it has Y'd and has a bud. I got it from a highly regarded source (Hortica in SF), so I assume the ID is correct.
For at least one person I can add a recently rooted cutting of Passiflora loefgrenii Iporanga that has good roots and is just barely starting to grow. loefgrenii is a great species--here's a photo of loefgrenii Iporanga:
I am interested possibly in a trade for very interesting/unusual plants that grow well inside. If not a trade I'm looking for postage from someone who either lives in a climate where B. sanguinea grows well (mostly the west coast) or has a cool greenhouse or otherwise can convince me they have the right environment to grow the plant.
I do have other plants I can offer in trade such as Passiflora x exoniensis, P. gritensis, P. 'Mission Dolores' (parritae x antioquiensis), P. antioquiensis, Salvia dombeyi, Aristolochia gigantea, Deppea splendens and possibly other Brugmansias and relatives such Iochroma grandiflora, B. vulcanicola Strybing hybrid and B. vulcanicola Zunac. Not all may be available immediately. The Deppea cuttings are not ready and would likely be very tiny.
Here's a photo of Passiflora exoniensis:
Of Salvia dombeyi:
P. 'Mission Dolores' in the trees at Strybing: