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    N. copelandii 'Apo' in lowland conditions

    Hi all, Quite by surprise I received a n. copelandii 'Apo' today in the mail. Reading about it, I understand it's a highland plant, or maybe intermediate. BE identifies it as highland, but easy to grow as a low lander. I'd be really excited about the free plant, except that I can only grow...
  2. cwatson1414

    Pinguicula problems

    Just moved all my plants to a new set up by necessity. I am having trouble with plants I never have before. Set up is wire shelf, covered with panda film on four sides, lit by four 2ft t5 bulbs. Plants are in 100% turface watered by tray. Temps are in the mid to high eighties during the day, low...
  3. theplantman

    Carnivorous Plants Workshop, May 14th, Athens GA

    Hi folks, It's that time again! For those of you in Georgia or willing to make it to the Athens area, I will be teaching the 3rd annual growing carnivorous plants workshop at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia! The workshop will be held on Saturday, May 14th from 9AM to 1PM. It counts for...
  4. Alexkrein82

    Free orchids!

    Hello everybody! I have been collecting orchids for fair amount of time now and love every single one, that being said I about a year ago got a sarracenia purpurea from a friend and fell hard for cps too. I recently did a little spring cleaning so to speak and tried to free up some space. I...
  5. The Plant

    The Plant: Artwork & Imagery

    - From the Great Jungles to the Vast Plains to the Ethereal Mountains - Hi, this is sorta my introduction to these forums. My name is Benyamin, I'm from The Netherlands. I used to have a pretty nice collection of the crazy monsters amongst the peaceful leafs. :) About ten years ago my...
  6. Not a Number

    Free 6 Month Thank You Membership for Auction Participants

    Did you donate items to 2016 NASC Auction? Did you bid and win items in the 2016 NASC Auction? Well here is a chance to win a Free 6 Month Thank You Membership - thanks to Andrew Read careful as I tend to ramble... If you donated at least one item even if they got zero bids - 1 (one) entry...
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    ScatterPants of Portland, OR. Greetings through pictures

    Hello everyone. I have been in the chat and lurking around a bit so thought I'd finally put together an intro thread. I'm just starting to get into carnivores aside from some success with Nepenthes before and a failure with Darlingtonia outdoors over winter some years back. I have a 4ft T5...
  8. Dexenthes

    Trying to do Some Trading

    Hey folks - There are a few plants that I am looking to trade with. I have: Seed-grown N. attenboroughii (multiple) Seed-grown N. cecilae (last one I am going to trade) Rooted basal of N. glandulifera (small) A few small typical Cephalotus rooted divisions I will consider any...
  9. R

    for a random NASC auction donor: 3 Ceph leaves - NOT Rooted Plants

    Give away for a random NASC auction donor for the year of 2016, the winner will receive 3 Ceph leaves - NOT Rooted Plants of my choice. I will try to work with the winner to send a clone they don't already have but no promises. The winner will be chosen before the end of the month, a few days...
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    for a random NASC auction donor: One rooted Cephalotus

    Give away for a random NASC auction donor for the year of 2016, the winner will receive one potted Ceph of my choice. I will try to work with the winner to send a clone they don't already have but no promises. The winner will be chosen before the end of the month, a few days before we plan on...
  11. theplantman

    FT: Black Wattle, Acacia melanoxylon

    Hi folks, Up for trade are two Black Wattle or Acacia melanoxylon plants, grown from seed provided by Randy Story. They're displayed above but will be bare-rooted for shipment. These are botanically quite interesting because they produce wonderful feathery leaves like a Mimosa as well as...
  12. R

    *PAID* Terrarium Plant Box (dr_donut $30)

    1) Opening Bid of $20. 2) Up for auction is an assortment of plants that will remain a secret! Orchids, ferns, violets, utricularias, pinguiculas, emersed aquatics, who knows what will be in there! All growing in terrariums right now. Some I will be able to label, others are lost tags, some I...
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    FREE Veggie and Flower Seeds (non cp)

    I have some seeds that I won't get around to planting this spring/summer. They are from last year, so not all of them will sprout. If you have extra space in your garden, please give the seeds a chance! Shipping is on me. Just send a PM! Veggies: *Garlic Chives (Allium tuberosum) *Collards -...
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    *PAID* Cemetery Spanish Moss (Tillandsia usneoides) Full Box (Tacks $10)

    1) Opening bid amount $10.00. 2) You will get a 7 x 5 x 14 box full of Spanish Moss (Tillandsia usneoides) from a cemetery of my choice. These air-plants will be fresh picked from trees growing over the graves of Savannah, GA (31401). Because it is being picked from the trees (instead of the...
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    *PAID* 3 Magnifying Fresnel Lenses (acro $3)

    Winner will receive 3 magnifying lenses. Two credit card size, and one bookmark size. USA only Free shipping. Bidding starts at $1. All lenses are capable of starting a fire in an emergency! Credit card size lenses come with nice thick sleeves.
  16. Dalton

    Questions about Maxsea fertilizer

    Hey, everyone. I have questions about the Maxsea fertilizer. I had heard about it on this site. I know I hadn't see it at my local stores, so I went to my trusty amazon.com account and found a 1.5lb container of the 16-16-16 for $19.98 and free shipping. I don't know if that's a deal, but it...
  17. R

    Microgramma vaccinifolia fern cutting (no bids)

    Please read the entire post This terrarium had bugs I believed were aphids many years ago, I have not seen any in years and just last month used the "dry ice" pest method on all of my terrariums so make sure you understand and treat these plants accordingly 1) Opening Bid of $2. 2) Microgramma...
  18. R

    *PAID* Utricularia pubescens - atleast a 1" X 1" portion (NancyM $15)

    Please read the entire post This terrarium had bugs I believed were aphids many years ago, I have not seen any in years and just last month used the "dry ice" pest method on all of my terrariums so make sure you understand and treat these plants accordingly 1) Opening Bid of $2. 2) Utricularia...
  19. R

    *PAID* Utricularia graminifolia - bareroot (Acro $20)

    1) Opening Bid of $2. 2) Portion of Utricularia graminifolia currently growing in the setup on page 8 of http://www.terraforums.com/forums/utricularia-aldrovanda-genlisea/115965-utricularia-graminifolia-experiences-8.html?highlight=graminifolia, atleast a 1.5" X 1.5" section. Very likey much...
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    *PAID* Cephalotus leaf pulls - NOT ACTUAL PLANTS (gil_za $43)

    1) Opening Bid of $2. 2) Cephalotus leaf pulls - NOT ACTUAL PLANTS - Atleast 3 freshly pulled leaves, higher the bids the more leaves! We do not have ANY typical Cephs so they will all be from a clone of one type or another. If you have 1-2 clones we can try to work with you to ensure we don't...
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