Hey thanks for the replies
jimscott: haha alan is still around too, and i force him to grow some plants in his room lol. he did have a couple of petiolaris complex drosera, but unforunately they died randomly after like a year.
hes really into guitar now; not as much juggling though we still do...
Hi, just checking in after like 1 or 2 years of not posting. I hope some of you remember me. I talked to plantakiss on aim and caught up a bit on the cp community but im still really curious whats been going on.
As for me, I'm sorry to say that most of my collection died. I really don't know...
Well I usually remember them being HD... but its those flourescent lights that twist around so both ends are on one thing that you can screw into something. Wattage? I'm not sure but its the biggest one at home depot.
Hi everyone, been a while since I posted. Anyway-- update.
My MONSTER byblis liniflora is doing nicely, the other one died but it left its seed.
Hopefully its offspring will inherit its weird traits
Ok... here's the question. Recently was given 4 drosera falconeri. FOC (fresh out of tissue...
yeah. I have these two "Byblis liniflora" (ICPS seedbank), but they grow completely different-
They have multiple growth points
they've lived for quite a while (since june)
They have around 10+ flowers open each, one has 12
They don't make seed on their own. They used to (I got about 20) but...
Here's my neocaledonica a month after I got it
Here it is two weeks ago
The obvious problem was light, so I moved it outside. It's beginning to get a lot of red coloring, but isn't nearly what it once looked like.
It is always in warm weather (90 or so thanks to this heat wave), high...
Not at all, though it is worth noting that the pitcher with the spots is one of the closest to the lights.
Here's a "fun fact" about my amp: It actually originally WAS supposed to be spotted. When dean shipped me it, I thought he screwed up on my order. For the 2 years (approx) that I've had...
My ampullaria has produced a very odd pitcher. It's a green form, and it has made a spotted pitcher. I can't say for sure if it has always been spotted or not, as I don't keep a close observation on all of its many traps.
What has been the cause of this oddity?
(added): I just...
tendrils growing out of nodes seems abnormal to me, since they normally form at the ends of leaves. Nodes usually sprout new growth points. IF you have new growth points coming out of nodes, that's a good thing.