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  1. M

    Hello from Rochester, NY

    Hello all, I've been growing carnivorous plants for over 10 years. Most of that time I lived in Brooklyn where my growing area was limited to two small windowsills. I moved upstate a few years ago and my collection has grown exponentially. I am interested in all types of carnivorous plants but...
  2. T

    What is this?

    Is this Sarracenia Purpurea ssp. Purpurea or Purpurea ssp. Venosa or Sarracenia Rosea? Any tips for this species of Sarracenia? Can I use osmocote for it? As I am living in a tropical region, is it possible for me to let it undergo dormancy in the fridge?
  3. M

    Hello from Belgium : )

    My name is Morgane, I'm 23 and I started growing carnivorous (and other) plants since last August. I already liked plants before, but the fact that I lived in a north oriented student room with a tiny window kept me from growing anything else than a bonsai. Now I live in a south-west oriented...
  4. Jcal

    Lf purpurea montana

    Looking for sarracenia purpurea montana. If you have plants I would love to trade. Pm or email me at quisemeister@gmail.com
  5. 3

    3b430mom's Growlist

    This is what I currently have in my collection. Looking for trades for my minor divisions. Venus Fly Trap Sarracenia: S. Minor - 15-20 divisions to trade S. Purpurea or Rosea (not sure which) S. Leuco -All green Leuco as well. S. Alata Purple Helmet S. Flava Coppertop -1 Division to trade...
  6. R

    Death dome rescues

    0129161906 by Jeff Pelham, on Flickr The sarracenia is labeled as sweet pitcher and purpurea. .......
  7. S

    Squidfengshui's Growlist

    Drosera: Aliciae Binata Burmanii Capensis Narrow Leaf Capensis Alba Falconeri Filiformis seedlings Petiolaris Spatulata Venusta Assorted rosetted mystery seedlings and plants Pygmies Barbigera Dichrosepala ssp. dichrosepala "Dork’s Pink" Helodes Leucoblasta “brookton” Mannii Nitidula x...
  8. G

    good's grow list

    I don't have much in the way of CP, though I enjoy growing the few I have and enjoy reading about them on this forum. Here's the little list: Nepenthes maxima x2 Sarracenia psittacina S. purpurea S. leucophylla S. flava S. alata Dionaea muscipula Drosera multifida extrema many various mini...
  9. F

    Flora's little list

    So I don't have a lot, but i'm super proud of my plants. I talk to them and tell them they are doing good. They seem to like it. Here it is: Outdoor: I have four S. purpureas, a couple i lost the tags for, so at this point i call them all purpureas. I have a S. Red throat, a couple Luecophylla...
  10. plantsnfish

    PlantnFish's Grow/Small trade list

    From memory- additions will be common! Sarracenia: Purpurea Purpurea Venosa Tarnok Rubra ssp. Gulfensis "Scarlet Belle" "Judith Hindle" Coppertop-Thanks cpbobby Hurricane creek white "Mike Wang AxB" Mixed seeds and seedlings VFT's: Lots of typical Fuzed tooth Flaming lips Guava...
  11. nimbulan

    Nimbulan's grow list

    Last update: 3/7/18 If you have any suggestions for ways to improve the organization of my growlist, please let me know! Byblis: Byblis gigantea Byblis guehoi, West Kimberley Byblis lamellata, Eneabba, WA, BCP S064 Cephalotus: Cephalotus follicularis Darlingtonia: Darlingtonia californica...
  12. Francisco S.

    Complete CP Grow List!

    Hello everyone, this is what I currently have growing at Riverside Carnivores! I have included the links where I purchased from. CARNIVOROUS PLANT COLLECTION! SARRACENIA: 1. Minor (damonnorman999 on eBay) 2. Red Bug (carnivorousplantshop on eBay) 3. Love Bug (damonnorman999 on eBay) 4...
  13. M

    Hello from Texas

    Hello, My name is Matthew and I live in the Houston area. Im a noob to carnivorous plants and I see that this site is very informative. I have a green house that is 12x7x7. I only have two nepenthes right now. Green Gentle and a Lantern Alata. I also have what I THOUGHT was a fat chance...
  14. S

    Specimen Terrarium

    Hi all, I am an experienced dart frog keeper who is somewhat new to CPs. I had a magnificent N. purpurea in a big glass vase for a while, but it eventually outgrew it, got cramped and failed to thrive. I have this wonderful 27 gallon cube sitting empty in my living room. I don't want to set...
  15. DJ57

    Sarracenia purpurea subsp purpurea seed - No Longer Available

    Sarracenia purpurea subsp purpurea seed Sarracenia purpurea subsp purpurea seed collected from my plants Oct. 2015. Price is for one packet of 15 seeds and includes shipping in a padded envelope. If ordering more than one packet, each additional packet price is only $5 each. If you are...
  16. DJ57

    Free sarracenia seed

    Hybrid sarracenia seed are like a box of chocolates, you never know what you are going to get. I am clearing out my “seed vault” and up for grabs are sarracenia seed collected from my bog plants last year. These are either selfed or cross-pollinated with a different variety by nature (bumble...
  17. DJ57

    Sarracenia purpurea subsp purpurea seed SOLD

    Sarracenia purpurea subsp purpurea seed Sarracenia purpurea subsp purpurea seed collected from my plants Oct. 2015. Price is for one packet of 15 seeds and includes shipping in a padded envelope. If ordering more than one packet, each additional packet price is only $5 each. Please contact...
  18. viking

    Viking grow list

    Venus Flytraps King Henry Typical Big mouth WIP slim snapper Bristle tooth Korean melody shark Dentae Vft Seedllings crosses Mirror x B52 Wally x DCXL Crosstooth x B52 B52 x moon Trap B52 x dcxl Long red fingers x dcxl Crimson sawtooth x maroon monster 1955 x b52 (B52 x big mouth) x dcxl...
  19. marcus_r

    Marcus's Growing Growlist

    Marcus's Growlist Cephalotus C. follicularis Dionea D. muscipula typical Drosera D. anglica Kanaele Bog, Kauai, HI D. anglica near Lake Constance, Germany D. "burkeana" (most likely not!) D. capensis albino D. capensis broad leaf [pictures] D. capensis typical D. capillaris D. filiformis D...
  20. fredg

    Some leaf munchers

    Eeeek there be holes and missing bits on the tomato plants. Well to be honest the plants can spare the extra foliage at this time of year. Here are the culprits. Lacanobia oleracea, the Bright-line Brown-eye moth caterpillar. Also known to gardeners as the Tomato Moth, I can't work out why...