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  1. Not a Number

    The Name Game - Part 2

    Australian Drosera in Cultivation Allen Lowrie's Carnivorous Plants of Australia Magnum Opus at time of publication Dec. 16, 2013 listed some 241 species. Many of these were new species or reassignment of ranks (subspecies or varieties). A few had been in cultivation before even having been...
  2. Not a Number

    Summary of taxonomic changes in Tuberous Drosera

    Since this wasn't shared before by members who have previously had Lowrie's Magnum Opus (published Nov 2013) I thought I'd post a summary of some of the taxonomic changes and new species of Tuberous Drosera published in the work. Please note the old names are still valid and it is up to you if...
  3. Lil Stinkpot

    Sarracenia and orchids for trade

    I have these available for trade: Sarracenia alata green; 1S, 1Lg S. purpurea x flava ornata; 1Lg S. rubra x oreophila; Med S. alata 'black tube' x flava 'red tube'; 1 Lg, 1 Med Nepenthes x ventrata; up to 1 yard cutting (yes, YARD) Orchids: Cirrhopetalum makoyanum; 2 2-bulb divisions...
  4. seedjar

    Drummondii Summer 2009 - NASC Newsletter, the lost issue!

    Howdy folks, Joe here on behalf of the NASC board. We've been sitting on this prior edition of the newsletter for a while now - somehow it was lost in the shuffle of our other duties and remained unreleased until now. The Drummondii is getting rolling once again though, so in preparation we're...
  5. Est

    NASC Letter from the Editor

    Hi everyone, as new editor of the Drummondii I've written a letter to the community and members of the NASC outlining my hopes for the newsletter and giving a glimpse at the upcoming APRIL issue of the newsletter! The letter can be found here on our website! Thanks for looking! I hope to hear...
  6. PlantAKiss

    NASC 2009 Board elections

    Hi everyone, the Board of Directors election time is rolling around for the NASC. There's a number of positions for you all to consider. Anyone can be nominated, so if you're interested, attend the elections meeting (details below.) Here are the positions and descriptions: President: -...
  7. Est

    NASC Elections

    Hi everyone, the Board of Directors election time is rolling around for the NASC. There's a number of positions for you all to consider. Anyone can be nominated, so if you're interested, attend the elections meeting (details below.) Here are the positions and descriptions: President: -...
  8. noah

    Spring 2008 newsletter

    Hi All, A quick notice to those of you who don't visit our website obsessively - the spring 2008 issue of Drummondii has been uploaded to the website. This newsletter was emailed to paid members a while back, but has now been posted online for anyone to download. Hope you enjoy...
  9. noah

    Survey of shipping methods

    Hi All, I'm the editor of Drummondii, the quarterly NASC newsletter. I'm working on an article for the upcoming edition outlining best practices when it comes to shipping Sarracenia in the mail (legalities included). To ensure that the content reflects the experiences of more than just a few...
  10. noah

    NASC newsletter - July 2007

    Hi All, The second issue of our newsletter Drummondii has been uploaded to our website. You can download it here: http://nasarracenia.org/newsletter/newsletterJULY07.pdf This slightly shorter issue features more board member intros, an article about our field survey form, auction results, and...
  11. PlantAKiss

    UPDATE on NASC Progress

    Over the past year, a lot has been accomplished by NASC. Much of it hasn't been what you'd call "exciting" work, but its been necessary in order to lay the organizational foundation that we need in order to achieve our long-range goals. There has been a lot of paperwork (and of course...
  12. noah

    NASC newsletter

    The first issue of what is to be a quarterly newsletter is out! This issue summarizes the core of the NASC work for those of you not familiar with it, introduces some of the crew, and features a few other Sarracenia related articles. The name of the newsletter, Drummondii, is a nod to the now...
  13. Finch

    Whats the most annoying think you can do

    I will go first (question is the topic and description) The most anoying thing iv done [here] probably would be spinning toppics off in bazare directions (leading to their ineveieble death) wich is quite  uswful for me at times- not that iv ever done it on purpouse The other would be listing...
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