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    Thank you Dennis and Ron for the detailed account of events. Interesting to read, but a bit sad that its come to this position. I do hope it gets sorted swiftly and, like ada, hope the society come out stronger from this. Probably some important actions to address as soon as this is over.
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    Hi at all, every year this plant amazes me more and more, in this session the pitchers are becoming white, the green veins are disappearing and some picthers have a pink brushed on the edge of the hat: Ch Natale
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    Might be the best AGM in years if Annette attends! Will be standing room only.....
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    That.'s a very dark plant Mike. Let me correct you though,the plant you mention from insectanfang was actually bred by me. It is one of 4 plants I grew out from a batch of seed I pollinated,I sent AIDAN a piece to see how dark it would go,my conditions are not perfect for colouring up but this plant showed potential! I will try a piece outside this summer,if we get one nice enough.we get a lot of cloud most summers and our temperatures are,nt great either that,s why we grow undercover to try and get the best from our plants in a very short growing season. AIDAN lives in the USA now,I. M sure he,d let you use the picture if you ask him. ADA
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    Dear all, here is the list of lectures on EEE 2019 in Prague. The lecture day will be Saturday and the first lecture will start at ten o'clock, so you won't have to wake up that early to catch them ;-) 10:00 - 11:00 - Tomáš Hájek - The fate of peatbogs during the dry years and their future in the changing climate 11:00 - 13:30 - lunch break 13:30 - 14:45 - Oliver Gluch - Winter flowering Pinguicula species - impressions from natural habitats in Mexico 14:45 - 16:00 - Jan Schlauer - The Quinones of the Queensland Sundews 16:00 - 17:15 - Lubomír Adamec - Ecophysiological characterization of aquatic carnivorous plants: are they different from terrestrial ones? The Sunday is dedicated to a trip to BG Liberec, which is a birthplace of CP fascination in former Czechoslovak Republic. Its director wrote the first book about CPs in 1984 and the popularity among growers lasts till the present day. Hope to see you in Prague! Adam
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    Some of the nicest vulgaris I have seen, and quite a range of colours as well in Scotland today.
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    I will put this suggestion to the rest of the committee, Dunc.
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    Nepenthes In Rawang. Nepenthes Mirabilis. Nepenthes Mirabilis x Gracilis. Random Mutt. Habitat shot. Video. Some conditions I noticed in Rawang. The soil was pure clay It was 99% humid Best plants got the highest humidity and brightest light. All the foliage was wet.
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    It was hard to get a good pic with the bottle in the shot! Every time I go on vacation I end up with a bunch of hand made glass beads for my art box. So some of them get glued to my ghetto training stakes. I like the skulls. Hopefully they keep the bottle cloche from falling over.
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    You may often see such kind of Japanese packaging way at the stores. I know it is notorious as "overdo" or "a wasteful use of the packing material as resources", that was considered by many people and was severely criticized. A few of them might change their mind after watching the next video. You can turn on English sub.
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    Hello fellow Oregonian!! We live just around the corner from you on I-5 in Ashland! There really isn't any trick to acclimating flytraps. They do just fine in most cases being put straight outside. If you live in a sunny and hot place, which you don't, they should be slowly introduced to sun, but this time of year even that isn't necessary in most places. Over on the coast in Winchester Bay, I'd say just put them in a sunny windowsill until this huge storm passes and then try to get them outdoors as often as possible when the weather is above freezing. Good luck with the big storm coming tomorrow :)
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    Nepenthes in Genting like 10 meters from a hotel.
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    Hello all My name is Mischa and I live in the Netherlands I like to collect nepenthes and i work at a carnivores nursery (Carniflora) I've got 103 species Hope you will enjoy my plants in the future Greetings Mischa
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    Catopsis berteroniana "near Santa Elena, Gran Sabana"
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    If I may, I think you should read some information about basics care for Nepenthes. Plants of this genus are tropical, and do not go dormant in winter in-situ. Good luck!
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    Drosera filiformis var filiformis +1
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    black volcanic sand jeff
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    I don't you'll ever know for sure beyond the fact that it's a hybrid. It looks like there may be some leucophylla and psittacina in the mix, but there may be more to it than that. Medusa sounds like a perfectly good name for it as long as the name hasn't already been taken!
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    Not the best pic,started a few years back but learning all the time.
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    A few more photos from today. Apologies if the focus of some is not that sharp - I think I need a new camera or operator Greenhouse shot S. flava v. ornata, Sandy Creek Road, F247 MK S. flava v. cuprea, NC S. flava v. rugelii, F18 MK S. flava v. ornata, F47 MK S. flava v. atropurpurea, ex. A Hindle, JB, ALL RED, HCP F1 S. flava v. atropurpurea, Blackwater, N Florida, HCP F3 S. flava v. rubricorpora, Wewahitchka, FL, F149 MK S. flava v. rugelii, F92 MK Group of red flavas S. flava with missing label, but still quite nice S. oreophila, De Kalb Co. S. alata, De Soto, Mississippi vft "Beastie Boy" S. leucophylla, Helmut's Delight, SL04 CA A hybrid seedling A hybrid from P&J plants Seed grown leucos S. minor v. okefenokeensis S. x moorei, 'Adrian Slack', H113 MK Grown from CA supplied seed (SX33 x SFO09) S. x moorei, 'Wilkerson’s White Knight', North Walton Co., FL, SXM18 CA S. x moorei, (Wilkerson’s white knight x Wilkerson’s red), SXM18 CA S. x moorei, "Elizabeth Aydon", H193 MK S. x moorei, H9 MK S. x 'ASBO', H265 MK S. x moorei, "Jeff Realff", H374 MK S. x moorei x S. leucophylla hybrid (XM47 x L9MK alba)
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    Hi and welcome to the forum. Nice photos!
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    What a nice color !
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    Hello Chimaera All the rain is down here in Devon, storm Hannah is due tonight/tomorrow. If you would like to pay postage I can send you some.
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    What,s with all the Chinese stuff recently posted by a new member? Is it just spam or crap? Ada
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    Also explains why I cannot find my membership card!
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    Majority of the membership is in the south according to the membership map in the member database. It's being held at a location that's central to the majority.
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    Hi, "Error" was grown from 'Eden Black' selfed seed by Kai Becker in 2011. It is an odd, slow growing plant without pitchers, so some don't think it would be a good cultivar. This is the inofficial description: https://translate.google.de/translate?hl=&sl=de&tl=en&u=forum.carnivoren.org%2Fforums%2Ftopic%2F43234-cephalotus-follicularis-error%2F There are probably more plants with inofficial names or codes than registered cultivars in cultivation. Ideally, a special plant that is grown by many growers and that clearly differs from other plants should be described as a cultivar. But it takes some effort to do this. Practically, many excellent plants have not (yet) been officially described and (yet) some average plants have been registered.
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    I would try to fill that gap if you can. Can you not pour the old compost you have around the edge of the pot to fill the gap or push some peat into the gap? If it is too damp or wet to do this, mix some dry silicate sand with it to make it lighter and "pourable". I don't see any reason why you cannot use your old compost for this so long as it doesn't look mouldy or smell bad. Since you won't have had any fertiliser in it, the compost cannot go off as maybe regular potting compost may do. But do try to fill that gap with something even if it is just plain dry peat and/or sand which will soon moisten up once in place. Rob
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    Very nice,won,t be long before its full
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    Looks like a 12 footer? Loads of room and looking good.
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    I'm not sure what the issue is Rhys, maybe it's worth asking admin ? I grew some some vft's from seed early 2017, there was far less monitoring though on my part !. For the most part they're still doing ok but are still very small and beginning to get overgrown by moss. They seem to grow for me 'naturally' at about the same rate as cephalotus from seed . It's painfully slow for the first couple of years. . I know people have managed to double the growth rate by skipping dormancy in the first couple of years and growing under artificial lights etc. https://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index.php?/topic/58837-a-winter-window-ledge-trial/&tab=comments#comment-391182
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    Here is another updateNepenthes Lowii that always falls out of its pot.Nepenthes Nigra. Nepenthes Tenuis is actually a weed. Nepenthes Leonardoi from MT.Nepenthes Burbidgeae x Edwardsiana MT Nepenthes Flava from Brads Greenhouse/BENepenthes Rigidfolia I was given in a Jar from MT Nepenthes Mira BENepenthes Jaquelineae still settling in.Nepenthes Jamban is I find the weediest highlander.Nepenthes Hurreliana, is surprisingly easy to grow.Nepenthes Viechii (Bareo) MTNepenthes Albomarginata seedling (Penang Hill)Drosera BurmaniiDrosera Paradoxa.Unknown Ping.Amps from Bau And 4ze.Nepenthes Rafflesiana I bought in this random clothes shop in Penang.Nepenthes Mirabilis (Rawang)Nepenthes Eymae x Veichii.Nepenthes Miranda.Random Nepenthes hybrid.Mirabilis wing.Bicalcarata Viechii (Hose Mountains) Nepenthes Rafflesiana Giant Kuching Squat MT. Ventricosa K MT Nepenthes Spectabilis Sinabung MT. Khasiana Raff Japanese clone from 4ze.Nepenthes Rafflesiana Marudi var Nivea hooded lid 20 year old clone from Japan.Albomarginata MTBurbidgeae.
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    Bonjour a good solution the bacillus thurigiensius for the larvae but not for the adult , uses for them yellow gooey plates , I think it is necessary to eradicate the 2 otherwise the problem will come back jeff
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    Nepenthes veitchii BE-3646 Nepenthes veitchii Golden, Highland (Bareo, Borneo) Nepenthes veitchii (Batu Buli - Batu Lawi, 1500 m, Kelabit Highlands, Borneo) Nepenthes northiana Nepenthes faizaliana Nepenthes stenophylla (Borneo) Nepenthes ovata (Sumatra)
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    they are fine,they can stand a surprising amount of frost without any ill effects. They are also very slow growing from seed,so there is nothing wrong with them size wise. They are in sphagnum which has nothing at all nutrient wise to make them grow better,repot them into peat/perlite and you will see a real growth spurt in the spring and one last thing most sarracenia seedlings look the same in the first year anyway no matter what species they are. ada
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    Visit to Redleaf exotics on April 14th, 2018~ I have a ton more photos im just too lazy to edit them all I will be going to the ICPS conference this year - hope to see some of you fellow plant nerds there! Nepenthes (ventricosa x sibuyanensis)-giant x {[ventricosa x (spathulata x lowii)] x trusmadiensis} ‘EP’ Nepenthes (ventricosa x sibuyanensis)-giant x {[ventricosa x (spathulata x lowii)] x trusmadiensis} ‘EP’ Nepenthes truncata x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii] ‘EP’ Nepenthes veitchii 'candy dreams' truncata x jaq some really nice pitcher, but I cant tell if its just a really nice truncata or a hybrid ;) flava x sib Sorry for so much lowii - you know me
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    Hi all, I installed the last sections of staging (all home made) in the greenhouse over the weekend and all is looking much tidier now! Very pleased with the look...
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    I've air-layered Nepenthes several times, and that would really be the same thing. All indications are that it would root, especially if you make an upward cut below a node, and put a bit of sphagnum and rooting hormone it it, and everything would keep living and growing.
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    So, I bought a Nepenthes x ventrata recently, and I have some questions about nepenthes vining. So, my questions are, if when my Nepenthes starts a vine I bury the vine in another pot with a growth point just below the surface, will it form a seperate connected rosette, will the vine stop or continue growing, and will the two rosettes be able to share minerals, water and such over the vine connecting them? Or will they just separate eventually?
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    I think your going to need a bigger dome!! Brilliant! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Have you ever wished that there was a kind of “yellow pages” for CP suppliers while you were looking for something in particular, a certain genus eluding you and you wish you had an easy way of telling who stocks it? Well, look no further, I’ve decided that I’d dedicate a little of my time to putting together and maintaining such a list. It is not an exhaustive list of every single supplier but if I have missed a major player in the field that you feel should be included don’t hesitate to message me, though please remember, this is really supposed to be for small businesses that sell our favourite plants, not individual, private sellers. Also, if you spot errors or omissions in an entry, again, message me and I’ll do my best to correct them. You may have noticed that all the ratings sections are empty, this is because I want to get your ratings for them all. If you could all message me, either by PM or email on [email protected] with your experiences and perhaps a rating out of 5 for a supplier you’ve had dealings with I’d be most obliged. (All details were correct at time of writing, I’ll update them as necessary every few weeks or so.). Anyway, without further ado, allow me to introduce to you …