The carnage never ends!!!!! :mad:
I do have one thing to thank the raccoons for, and that's for dividing one of my flytraps for me, which I probably wouldn't have had the guts to do myself.
...But even though I just potted it today, THEY RIPPED IT OUT AGAIN!
Anyways, I need to change...
1. PitcherPlantr Thank you for the opportunity!
2. Zath - Thank you!
3. Shortbus- tysm
4. Iwest - Thanks for doing such a great giveaway!
5. Dragoness - Wish me luck!
6. That One Guy- sounds like offspring will be great
8. cbennett4041.. that seed ought to make some cool...
First: Great plant! :bigthumpup:
And second: This reminds me of a hilarious moment last year when my 'Cupped Trap' flytrap closed on a fly and the thing's whole head was sticking out with cartoony red eyes (no pun intended) bugging out. I have a picture somewhere...
Aha, here it is! It's in a...
It's referred to as false vivipary if it's a part of a flower stalk. Barry Rice goes into a good amount of detail on his FAQ, but what it boils down to is that since flowers are just modified leaves, some hormonal imbalance could cause the flowers to revert back to leaves. It's perfectly normal...
Interestingly enough, the raccoons have stopped visiting...at least for now. I didn't mention that another strategy of mine is to use my good ol' raccoon trap and just relocate them when I catch them. As far as I know, raccoons do not have the same amazing tracking senses that, say, cats do.