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  1. Thank you for the pic and the Information. I am pretty sure that your plant has sunburn. If I am right, this is an alata hybrid (I would be more sure if I could see a picture from a pitcher). If this is the case, the 50 °F overnight should be tolerated. My alata has no problem to manage this temperatures. Shadow your plant and extend the direct sunlight duration day by day. You could use some greenish transparent foliage from the gardening store. This will also stabilize the temperatures a bit. As an examle: https://www.amazon.de/Gew%C3%A4chshausfolie-Gitterfolie-Fr%C3%BChbeetfolie-Gartenfolie-verschiedene/dp/B01BTZM53E/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1519452138&sr=8-5&keywords=folie+gr%C3%BCn+gew%C3%A4chshaus
  2. It would be supportive, if you could post some photos. :) What species of Nepenthes is it? What temperatures do you have now (day and night)?
  3. 2018 ICPS Conference

    Don't forget one special issue: In case you are caught with plants you will be registered. Every time you have to pass some border they will check you carefully! I never would take such a risk.
  4. Cut back?

    Some experience from growers in the US Show, that leucos should be cut back generous. Otherwise you run into danger that they will not produce plenty of tubes. An own experiment is planned this year. I cut all my Sarracenias which are growing too much back to the rhizomes, they are not damaged by this procedure. Peter.
  5. Hi Folks, today I want to start a Topic to introduce you to my collection (step by step). I am growing (beside some plants you must have in your collection) Sarracenia (150 clones) Aldrovanda (10 clones) Utricularia (aquatic and terrestrial) Drosera,... ... You have to stay tuned to see it by time. Here some Cepahlotus: I grow them in the greenhouse with a heating triggered below 3°C . Since I am more brave with respect to deep temperatures, they flower every year and they show colors I never have seen before! Giant form (got it three months ago): A typical form from the home depot: Hummer Giant German giant, .... ... still has to grow, I will lpush him this year with fertilizers. Stay tuned, my Sarracenias start to grow now. Peter!
  6. Sowing Sarracenia Leucophylla

    Hi, I think your plants on the last two pics are suffering because of too low light. How do you illuminate them?
  7. Hello from Austria

    Danke, mille grazie,
  8. Hello from Austria

    Hello all, I am new here and I grow CP's since 1983 (started as a boy). Now my focus is on Sarracenia (around 150 clones). Here some impressions: https://www.flickr.com/photos/carnivorouspeter Not all plants are my own, there are some CP Fotos from botanical gardens,... Sincerely, Peter.