2. Satanas- Thank you!
3. zsyxcbibi, Thank you, they look really awesome!
4. aerogrower..thank you and I would definitely need heat pack brr.
5. patrickntd - Thank you very much. They look great!
7. Venwu225, I would like to enter please.
Wow, that's a really cool DIY project. I can't help but chuckle at your first picture of the can of sunlight :) I got a tank recently so this might be a great setup for it. Thank you!
1. Sashoke - Wow thanks so much for doing this Knuckles, I think this might be the best giveaway ive seen on...
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2. savagegarden - i have some d. scorpioides to give away
3. sgtsarracenia - I have a few seed grown complex Sarrs that I could do something with lol
4. patrickntd - I have some warm temperate or Mexican pings to give away. Thank you.
5.dozer1028. Pure s.oreophila seedlings. USA.ONLY...
Well, this is going to be a newbie-ish question. I've been wondering if there is such a thing as'heirloom' carnivorous plant? I think heirloom is defined as a plant passing down through generations and before the 1950s when commercial hybridization took off. If Darwin wrote about CPs in 1875...
I have a bunch of super healthy and productive clumps of grape hyacinths. They are very easy to grow, nice grasslike foliage with deep blue flowers, great for edging, pots, or inter planting with tulips, hyacinths etc, overwinter in the snow easily and are one of the first bulbs to flower when...
1. Tje25- thanks a lot!
4. Dragonseye - I'll give it a go ... thanks!
5. vbkid- Thanks for the opportunity!
6. SerMuncherIV - Thanks for the chance!
8. Savagegarden - thanks!
9. planturd thanks
10. goods- thanks!
11. Fatbunny - Oops...
I just saw this experiment with the juice from the adult leaves of the succulent Senecio serpens to treat the rot by Nelio Freitas on the ICPS Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ICPScarnivorousplantforum/ Worth a try?
Thanks for the fun analogy, Fred! I didn't think there would a difference in terms of caught bug size for pings, dews and sarracenias, but then I did hear sarracenia can prey on frogs. Guess I'll bring in the drosera and check the particulate level then.