Zec Rich

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  1. So at 10pm last night, I went out to the greenhouse and with a small torch in my mouth, I inspected my plants and checked under the pots. There were two small slugs and both on my Sarracenia cv Juthatip Soper, I got one and launched it but the other one slipped into the pitcher! Found some copper tape on the shelf in the greenhouse and wrapped it around the tray holding the plants, hopefully that sorts it!?
  2. Wow! Hopefully not like that. Okay I will check them over and make sure there aren't any inside. But how do you stop this if they are planted in a bog garden?
  3. I have just popped out to the greenhouse and there are slug trails on my sarracenia and it looks like they go down into the pitchers! Will they harm them and if so what can I do to stop it?
  4. I wish! My wife has made it very clear that I am not allowed to take over the greenhouse. I will get away with a couple of plants in there, but that is it!
  5. Hi all I have my carnivorous plants in their individial post and stood in a tray of rain water. I have read about it going stagnant and anaerobic, so should I every now and then empty the water and allow the plants in their pots to drain for a few hours?
  6. Hi everyone, I have joined as this year I finally bought myself some carnivorous plants. I purchased from Hampshire Carnivorous plants six plants which are Sarracenia flava flava, Sarracenia purpurea ssp. burkii, Sarracenia x Catesbaei x Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea, Sarracenia cv Juthatip Soper Medium, Venus Fly Trap Dionaea muscipula and Drosera capensis alba Sundew. They are currently sat in the greenhouse but will be planted outside next spring (except for Drosera and VFT) I look forward to learning more on the subject from you!