That's alright, I can just copy your plans lol.
That's alright, I can just copy your plans lol.
Lowlanders are typically easier to provide growing conditions for...highlanders are more unusual but in most cases have more stringent requirements. Then there are the intermediates... I think selling lowlanders is fine...there's a variety and lots of hybrids.
Finally I get my name on the list. I didn't know I was supposed to PM you. You KNOW me AND you know I bought from you.
"Fox terriers are born with about four times as much original sin in them as other dogs." - Jerome K. Jerome
In the topic I closed on this subject I edited in directions for uploading photos using your thank you membership and also how to close your topic. Just for the sake of it being seen, here they are too. Let me know if something is unclear or wrong
HOW TO POST PICTURES USING THIS UPLOAD SPACE:
1) Write your post
2) Scroll down PAST the submit button and you'll see "Manage attachments"
3) Click "manage attachments"
4) Click "browse" and browse to the location on your computer where the file is and click on the file you want to upload
5) Click "open"
6) If you want to add more photos click "browse" and repeat steps 4 and 5 above. (you can upload 3 at a time)
7) Click "upload"
--If you want to upload more (I think you can upload 20 to a single post right now) you can repeat steps 4-7
HOW TO CLOSE YOUR TOPIC
1) Go into the topic you want to close
2) Post a reply stating the topic is closed
3) Go to the top of the post and in the green bar you'll see "Thread Tools" click that and in the drop down select "close thread" then click "perform action"
To the list!! Thanks for your orders, enjoy the plants
***as a side note, as of this time I was letting anyone that purchased have the thank you membership... I'm going to try to remember to make sure to watch for that $10 mark (yeah, I was forgetting to check )... Just an FYI ***
Last edited by adnedarn; 07-30-2007 at 03:29 PM.
Monday was the day I got my plants so I figured it was about time to take some pictures of them and post them up!! I am extremely happy with the beautiful plants I received and hopefully I can grow them as well as many of the members on this board! I can already see a difference in the plants I received and can tell that they are growing. Remember as you look at these pictures, that these are the first carnivorous plants (besides a few that I got a few days earlier from someone else) that I have ever grown and they are still a little beat-up from shipping, so they aren't as miraculous as everyone elses plants here.... yet!
These first few plants are the ones that I have growing under a four foot shoplight with two 40 watt flourescent bulbs.
D. spatulata - I had this one out in the sun for a few days before I noticed it looked like it was becoming burnt, so I immediately moved it inside.
d. burmanni - blurry picture, whoops!
Another d. spatulata
These plants are the ones that I have had outside. They recieve full sunlight for the first half of the morning until it gets hot, then I move them under partial sunlight.
Venus flytrap - It's looking pretty good, I can see new shoots coming up on it already!
Another d. burmanni I received
Venus Flytrap Akai Ryu - It's not looking as good as my other VFT, but maybe that's just because it's a different kind? I can see new shoots coming up on it though, also, so I guess it's doing okay!
Can someone please tell me (I know, I know, very noobish question!), but are those flower stalks coming up on the sundews? Any help regarding anything would be appreciated! Thanks for looking and I highly recommend ordering from the flytrapshop!!!
I'm thinking about buying a N. sanguinea from the Flytrap Shop, since I gave mine up a long time ago. Even though it's pretty common, I still think it's one of the nicest looking Neps, especially the orange variety.
trek, glad you like them and thanks for taking the time to post pictures as JLAP said yes those are flower stalks. I didn't know if they would make it through being shipped and all or stress the plant too much so that's why I sent some flowering and some not along with some extras
While I'm here I should give a to
as he is the newest member of the Thank You membership Thanks!!!!
Finally found a Friday good morning to take pictures of my purchase from Flytrapshop. These plants got here on Wednesday, packaged in excellent condition. Processing and shipping the order was also fast considering I ordered Sunday evening and the order shipped out Monday before noon!
I am currently growing these outdoors in a 50/50 peat perlite mix. They will probably get around 7-8 hours of direct sun light during the summer. And now to the photos...
Overall VFT tray Setup
'Dentate Traps' (4'' pot)
'Akai Ryu' (2 plants in one 6'' pot)
Typical (4'' Pot, Very large traps for a Typical)
Typical Trap (This trap is a little over 1'')
I would highly recommend purchasing from Flytrapshop!
Thanks again Adnedarn
Hey Blepharopsis, thanks for taking the time to share some photos! I love it! It makes it way more rewarding then just sending out some plants and never getting a chance to see them. I have a feeling I'll see all these plants and their offspring for years to come