What's new

Search results

  1. Sundrew

    Advice on bringing D. regia back from the roots

    Hey everyone! I'm getting back into the hobby and have been growing a D. regia on my office's windowsill. It thrived last summer, went dormant this winter, and was just starting to pick up speed for the spring. I left town for a week and my coworkers forgot to water it, so unfortunately it dried...
  2. d regia alive.jpg

    d regia alive.jpg

  3. d regia dead.jpg

    d regia dead.jpg

  4. Sundrew

    Sundrew's Photo Thread

    Finally got my big raffs back from a friend who was holding them at a greenhouse. 20140906_094316 by Sundrew, on Flickr 20140906_094437 by Sundrew, on Flickr 20140906_094454 by Sundrew, on Flickr And here's the entire setup: 20140906_094510 by Sundrew, on Flickr
  5. Sundrew

    My photo thread.

    Love the Darlingtonia pot! Also a big fan of that Sarawak fusca, has that nice cream peristome.
  6. Sundrew

    Sundrew's Photo Thread

    MY GLANDULIFERA IS HERE!!! Because I have to wait until winter for the LL tank to get into the intermediate range, I stuck it in a terrarium in my cool basement. Temperature should fluctuate from the around 80 during the day to 65 at night.. New terrarium by Sundrew, on Flickr Nepenthes...
  7. Sundrew

    appreciation drosera giveaway

    1. That One Guy-thanks :-) 2. birdybrain - great giveaway, thanks for the chance! 3 ps3isawesome - thanks for supporting poor college students 4. charlie - I couldn't see the prolifera in the first picture 5. Shadow - Thanks 6. Jab91 - awesome giveaway! 7.Gs'Cps - so much good drosera! Whoo!! 8...
  8. Sundrew

    Nepenthes the GREAT picture thread!

    Pretty sure this just became your new pic thread, Paul :lol:
  9. Sundrew

    Sundrew's Photo Thread

    Thanks Mat! It wasn't really pretty haha. My old tray setup was not efficient at holding water, so I had to water it several times a week. As school got busy I forgot for weeks at a time, and they just dried up. Lucky I collected a lot of seeds.
  10. Sundrew

    Pitcher of the Month July 2014

    Nepenthes maxima <iframe src="https://www.flickr.com/photos/84442298@N03/14386729077/in/photostream/player/" width="426" height="640" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen></iframe>
  11. Sundrew

    Sundrew's Photo Thread

    So, I have purposely killed my sundews. I plan on making a new terrarium this summer, but for now I couldn't handle their care. It's cool though, I have seeds of almost all of them. Meanwhile my LL terrarium looks pretty sweet. I just cleaned it up yesterday and took some pics. Here it is...
  12. Sundrew

    eBay seller stealing our photos

    He used my burmannii pics, so I asked him to take it down. He/she was quite polite, and promised to take it down with no further trouble.
  13. Sundrew

    Nepenthes talangensis x glandulifera?

    Glandulifera x spectabilis exists?? That'll be amazing! And great pics everyone! This cross definitely has a ton of potential.
  14. Sundrew

    Nepenthes singalana x dubia

    Whoa that's awesome! Someone told me they wouldn't be nice, but that's sweet!
  15. Sundrew

    Nepenthes talangensis x glandulifera?

    Anyone have this? I'm really curious about how they look and grow. Thinking of getting one for the windowsill if it can tolerate it.
  16. Sundrew

    Sundrew's Photo Thread

    A few more pics. N. x wrigleyana N. x wrigleyana by Sundrew, on Flickr Gotta love Nep nectar (N. ventrata) N. x ventrata by Sundrew, on Flickr P. gigantea in dormancy. P. gigantea by Sundrew, on Flickr
  17. Sundrew

    Sundrew's Photo Thread

    Long time no see! Got a new camera for Christmas, and here are the first photos I took with it. Nepenthes ventrata Nepenthes ventrata by Sundrew, on Flickr Nepenthes ampullaria Nepenthes ampullaria by Sundrew, on Flickr Nepenthes rafflesiana Nepenthes rafflesiana by Sundrew, on Flickr...
  18. Sundrew

    The Beef with Perlite?

    I like perlite a lot, especially in looser mixes for neps consisting of mostly LFS. Make for chunkier, airier mixes, though there are substitutes. And I've had it in my bog pot this whole summer and haven't had any floating to the surface, though in smaller pots I have seen it happen.