I just saw some Sarracenia Minor wild collected in Florida on Ebay.
Is this permitted in Florida? Seems like it should be illegal.
Quote - You are receiving plants from their natural wild enviroment.
I definitely would not buy legal or not.
I am still testing out my new Sony AX53 video camera.
I thought that a few sundews would look pretty cool in 4K.
The camera does some great photos, but it's also has a some VERY jumpy video for a $1,000 camera.
Anyway check out it, there is also some Pygmy sundew closeups.
YES, I've had these on the dry side. I just started keeping wet again.
Temp is 75'F or about 24'C
Will thinking about dividing this weeking, they are much smaller than the photo of course!
THANK YOU (merci beaucoup)
My Ping.Jaumavensis seems to be growing UP and not out or spreading.
What are your thoughts on this plant?
Too much light? Not enough light? Too much or too little water?
I'm using high output T5 lights
This time of year in the Northwest we get a few ants that come into our house.
What would you feed the ants to? I have VFT, Pings, Sundews a few pitchers?
I tried a D.spatulata yesterday, came back 6-8 hours later and the ant was
still alive and kicking it's legs..
I've had this plant for almost a month now. P.Florian
It's 12" under T5 HO lights. Do you think it's getting too much light?
All of my new pings are getting alot of red in them, should I set my timers for less time on?
(I just watered before the photo, I let them dry out slightly before...
What about this stuff? Does it matter it says QUICK DRY?
Or is this all the same? I know it's $35, but it has FREE Prime shipping!
Amazon.com: Turface Quick Dry Infield Conditioner, 50 lb: Patio, Lawn & Garden
Very interesting - Thanks.
I used Flourite in so many aquariums over the years - it's great stuff.
I also used something called ADA Aqua Soil - I liked it even better than Flourite!
Aqua Soil series : Aqua Forest Aquarium, ADA USA, Aqua Design Amano
Here are images of my API Aquatic Plant Media and Turface MVP
The Aquatic plant media's bag says 'Unique blend of Arcillite & Zoelite'
So they do look about the same, except the white 'Zoelite' in the Aquatic plant media.
Here's an interesting read. Sorry if this has already been posted.
Looks like it's mostly about Nepenthes.
Animals need carnivorous plants!
News flash: Animals need carnivorous plants! | IUCN Red List 50