This will be my first time overwintering my CP's as I just began collecting earlier this summer. I haven't repotted anything that I got in a pot because I read the best time to do so is in February/March. Now Heather brought to my attention that my pots might be a bit small for overwintering...
Grow List (Plants With T Available For Trade)
Czech Giant - T
Emu Point Giant
Hummers Giant - T
Phill Mann Clone
Robust - T
Typical - T
Mountain Variety - T
Othello (All Green)
B-52 - T
Hey I got this drosera as a freebie with a sarracenia ladybug i got from a local nursery. Its got me stumped. Im thinking spatulata or rotundifolia. Its got a few flower stalks with pink flowers. The main reason i want to know is because I dont know if it will be able to handle the upcoming...
The Carolina Carnivorous Plant Society and Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) in Wilmington, NC are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a conference next year! The majority of the proceeds will go toward funding the care and maintenance of the Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Plant Garden and...
Hi! I just joined this weekend. I'm very new to carnivorous plants, but my journey with them started years ago. I have a koi pond, and while shopping for bog plants years ago I discovered this crazy looking thing labeled "pitcher plant." The only thing the label said was keep moist and give lots...
I have a trip to Charleston, South Carolina, coming up soon. Any one know of places were I can see some pitcher plants or any other carnivorous plants in situ?
I will also be traveling down Interstate 20 and 26 (from Atlanta through to Columbia, SC, and then down to Charleston) and would be...
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For memorial day weekend the first CCPS meeting of the year was done in the coast near croatan and the wilmington area. The meeting was very nice and if you want to...
It was brought to my attention on another forum that here on Fort Jackson, South Carolina that sarr's and other CP's grow locally around some of the ponds and lakes out in the training areas but they are being choked out by other local and non-local invasive species. I just got...
There is a huge Nepenthes at the NC State University conservatory that is used by the Plant Bio department to teach about specialized plant structures. I think someone might have finally gotten the ID right as N. 'Splendid Diana' however I don't know for sure if this is the same plant. I've...
Up for bid is a 3 pack of HOTTTTT peppers, including one Carolina Reaper, the hottest pepper in the world as of 08/2012. 1.46 oer 1.47 MILLION scoville.
Also up are a Morugu Scorpion and a Brain Strain, both also tipper the thermometer at over 1.3 million.
Not for the faint of heart!
Up for Auction is my Favorite S. Mooreii cross I grow. This plant is one I'm hopping to denote as a cultivar in the next few years.
This is the third time I have traded, given, or sold one of these so far. The last one was at the NASC auction and the Carolina Carnivorous Plant Society auction...
The North American Sarracenia Conservancy is happy to announce that the 2013 auction beneficiary will be Old Dock Savanna in North Carolina.
Old Dock is a longleaf pine marl savanna in the southeast coastal plains of North Carolina that has been owned and managed by The Nature Conservancy since...
Dionaea muscipula :
South west giant
Clone H13 "Blood red arced traps"
"All red", traps and petoles all dark purple (MK)
"UK Sawtooth 2"
This is going to be the main thread for all things surrounding the Carolina Carnivorous Plant Society. THE up and coming carnivorous plant society of the Southeastern United States.
Board Meetings (for board members only) are every Tuesday night at 6:30pm EST via our skype account...
The CCPS is looking for seed donations for an educational program we will be doing at the Fire in the Lakes festival hosted by the North Carolina Nature Conservancy on March 23rd. Preferably we are looking for seed of any Sarracenia, Drosera, Dionaea, Pinguicula, or Utricularia that can grow...
Hey everyone! This is an account that will be accessed by the board of the newly formed Carolina Carnivorous Plant Society. Any of them will be able to post on this account. We will have a single thread to give updates about what we are doing as an organization and possibly a few picture...
I'm a long-time plant hobbyist, mostly have kept various epiphytic cacti, especially Rhipsalis, but lately I've gotten "into" the primitive plants like Selaginellas and Liverworts and of course, the CP's. My intro to the CP obsession came with me seeing various carnivores occasionally offered...