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    Male N. ventricosa flowering

    Hello everyone,

    My friend's large and healthy male N. ventricosa is finally flowering after 12 years.

    It is actually an original plant from terraforums.com's own flytrapshop.com.

    If...
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    ventricosa is very rewarding and easy.

    ventricosa is very rewarding and easy.
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    For Trade Personally I am not that worried about...

    Personally I am not that worried about carnivorous plant trades through the mail right now. If I were to trade or buy a plant right now I would just sterilize the outside of the pot and leave the...
  4. Thread: Wild Dionaea

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    Wild Dionaea

    I had the opportunity to travel to North Carolina this last week and on the one free day I had, I decided to embark on a mission to find wild Dionaea in its habitat. The place that I found was...
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    I don't have one tried and true method that I...

    I don't have one tried and true method that I have used with nepenthes seeds, but it seems to me that I have had the most success with using terrariums or humidity domes for the seeds.

    Typically...
  6. Traveling to Sabah and and possibly Sarawak

    Hello all.

    Very excited to announce that we are planning a trip to Borneo in March. (despite corona virus :concern:)

    I know that at least some folks here have traveled to Borneo before. We...
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    Sorry for the very delayed response. A great...

    Sorry for the very delayed response. A great number of the seeds you sent me did indeed germinate. I think the ones you sent me were thorelii x campanulata and platychila x (something). I lost...
  8. I think moving it back is a good idea. I usually...

    I think moving it back is a good idea. I usually have a little more spending cash towards the summer as well.
  9. Thread: My pics

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    . . . :blue: That is sad. Times really have...

    . . . :blue: That is sad.

    Times really have changed haven't they. . .
  10. Applying pesticides. Tips, concerns, safety?

    So, I am biting the bullet and I am ready to apply the two pesticides that I purchased onto my plant collection.

    I have problems with thrips and mites and upon the recommendation of growers here...
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    Thanks for the input guys. I will definitely...

    Thanks for the input guys. I will definitely opt for some hardcore poison this time around.

    How do you guys tend to apply it to your plants? I was thinking a foliar spray (outside), one by...
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    Thrips and mites

    Needless to say. . . I have thrips and mites in my collection.

    I used a chemical pesticide a few years back that seemed to work wonders. I'm open to using chemo-toxins again. It's pretty...
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    lol

    lol
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    Honestly, they look like it from your pics. Any...

    Honestly, they look like it from your pics. Any fuzz in the top of the caps?
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    The classic example I can think of is BBC: Planet...

    The classic example I can think of is BBC: Planet Earth Jungles episode. I think it showcases N. rafflesiana.
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    It seems to be kind of a crap-shoot in a way. ...

    It seems to be kind of a crap-shoot in a way. Some species are very dominant within hybrids while others seem recessive.

    For instance N. ampullaria crosses tend to be lowlanders and still...
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    Poll: N. rajah x jacquelineae 4863

    N. rajah x jacquelineae

    4863
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    Keep it water-logged and always moist in bright...

    Keep it water-logged and always moist in bright lighting. It can withstand full sun so long as it always wet. Some people find success in raising it in tubs of shallow water. I find that if it is...
  19. Thread: We're Moving

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    Exciting! Is your new place going to have more...

    Exciting! Is your new place going to have more room for plants?
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    it will most likely survive. In my...

    it will most likely survive.

    In my experience Nepenthes generally hate getting shocked like that. But in most cases they do survive, especially the larger they are. x ventrata is known for...
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    Nice pics! I love seeing the habitat of...

    Nice pics! I love seeing the habitat of Darlingtonia. It's really cool to see the other bog plants that are growing alongside. Thanks for sharing
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    Wow that burbidgeae x platychila is SO good...

    Wow that burbidgeae x platychila is SO good looking.
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    Poll: you too!!

    you too!!
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    Poll: I am confirmed!!! Definitely going. :water:

    I am confirmed!!! Definitely going. :water:
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    Poll: Dang!! This year its actually on the same...

    Dang!! This year its actually on the same coastline as me. I am very tempted to try and make this happen. . .
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