About three or four weeks ago, my U. longifolia started sending up a flower spike, so I thought it was time to repot. I had been delaying doing so and if I did not I figured it would be three months or so before I could if I did not do it then. I held back one plantlet for a giveaway here...
Ok new thread, and I'm going to try to confine my questions and stuff to here now that I feel like I might be starting to get the hang of things...a little.
So I'm working on expanding my collection of CPs. I actually have quite a few questions I guess so try to bare with me. My thread for my first two CPs can be found here.
The D. Capensis and the Nep both seem to be doing ok although I do have a question about each.
The Capensis first, it...
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Growlist: (* = Extras for sale/trade) (Updated 2/4/2014)
vesiculosa – 1
liniflora – 1
Typical – 1...
I have two Utricularia longifolia that had been grown in peat moss when I purchased them and I want to transplant them into long-fibered sphagnum moss. However, the pieces of long-fibered sphagnum are pretty big and I'm not sure how to make sure the bladders are completely covered since they are...
I lost most of these forms due to negligence. Recently, I decided it was time to grow them again. :banana2:
The plants...very healthy and all producing pitchers.
N. albomarginata (Kuching Spotted - my FAV albomariginata)
N. bicalcarata (Marudi)
N. longifolia (red)
N. veitchii (pink)...
I'm Howard. I've been getting back into carnivorous plants after a 3 year gap. I have a Nepenthes (not sure about the species) that I've had for almost 10 years.
Here's a list of plants I have acquired in the last few months:
Don't know if anyone out there has these, thought I would give it a try. Have Genlisea flexulosa plantlet or U. longifolia plantlet for trade. Another utric or two, and some other water plants...
All grown as windowsill plants, outside in the summer.
-Dionaea: two different plants, both no ID. One huge green, one small with red in the traps, but the color is gone now.
Alata (unknown variety)
Bicalcarata sri aman
Mirabilis Au Cape York
Gracilis nigropurpurea (male)
Veitchii Mt Murudu sarawak
I recently got some U. longifolia but there seems to be a bit of white, fuzzy fungus developing along the surface of the media. It's currently planted in some LFS, although it came with peat around the roots. Temp ranges from 68-80F depending on the time of the day. Humidity usually 50-70%. I...
Clones I don't have!
Eden Black (eb x eb)
Brewer giant green
Triffid Albany black
This is my 8'x12' greenhouse that some of you were asking to see. It has a swamp cooler, and reaches a max temp of 78 degrees, with a min of 60 degrees, vents and heating/cooling is all automated. There is an RO filter hooked up to a float valve on that trash can, with a mist system on a...
N. albomarginata (Gunung Jerai)
N. albomarginata 'Kuching Spotted'
N. chaniana x veitchii
N. glandulifera x burbidgeae
N. maxima x aristolochioides
N. maxima x mira
N. rafflesiana x sibuyanensis
N. sanguinea (Genting Highlands)...
I've had this plant since last year's auction. I had to transplant it to a larger pot last fall. I read that you should let it dry out a little so I haven't watered it directly for months. Still no blooms! Is there something I can do?
Some random fungus has been attacking my utrics; it has claimed the life of my bisquamata 'Betty's Bay' already. I'm scared that it might claim my two u. longifolia divisions too! Any tips is appreciated:D Link:http://s1251.photobucket.com/user/JMN16150/library/U%20Fungus?page=1