Dianne Salter

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About Dianne Salter

  • Birthday 06/07/1976

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    My partner!!!
    His plants.......and my growing collection...lol.
    The great outdoors!!!

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  1. Hi all You will be pleased to hear that the CPS events diary is now up on the website. More events may be added so please keep checking back HERE
  2. Dianne Salter

    CPS AGM

    When I organised an EOS for Birmingham... 1 member attended. When its booked for the South, we get around 50+ members.
  3. Dianne Salter

    CPS AGM

    It has been held here many times in the past and has proved to be a popular venue. Car parking facilities or a short walk from the train station if members don't drive or have access to a vehicle enables many members to attend.
  4. The Carnivorous Plant Society would like all members to add this years date for the AGM into your diaries. DATE :- Saturday 25th May 2019 TIME:- 12pm - 5pm PLACE:- East Horsley Village Hall Kingston Avenue East Horsley Leatherhead KT24 6QT The agenda will be announced soon. Refreshments will be available throughout the day. Plant sales welcome. This is open to MEMBERS ONLY. You will need to present your membership card on arrival. No membership card = no entry! If your membership card has been lost, stolen or defaced, please contact the membership secretary, Ron Satterthwaite as soon as you can so that he can send you a replacement.
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    Naming of selfed Sarracenias

    Ok Here's my thoughts. Take 1 female born in Italy Then take 1 male born in Germany They both move to the UK, meet and start a family Their child (the offspring) is born in the UK. The mother will remain Italian as she was born in Italy The father will remain German as he was born in Germany But the child (offspring) will always be British as he/she was born in the UK. The birth certificate for the child will contain the parents original birth place (location data) but the childs will always be UK British. The same will be for plants. The parent plants coming from what ever location they come from will always remain as that location.....but their offspring will become a cross of the location plants so they should not become a location plant but instead carry the location data along with the parent data in the cross as reference to the parents...... (the birth certificate)
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    Three Open Days in One Weekend!

    Hi all Please remember that the open weekend to view 3 amazing collections, is this weekend. Best get packing up your bags ready for the trip. Dianne
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    Anyone recommend a good pen for plant tags

    We use Stabilo write for all fine nib. They are great. They don't fade like most others do.
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    Rotting pitchers

    we are getting the same too on a few plants this year
  9. End Of Season Meeting I am pleased to confirm, we have moved the End Of Season meeting to the 22nd September 2013. Winterbourne House & Gardens will be holding this meeting, their address is as follows: Winterbourne House & Garden University of Birmingham, 58 Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RT. http://www.winterbourne.org.uk/ Directions can be found here: http://winterbourne....rmation/find-us As part of the EOS meeting we will be opening the lectures to the general public to increase interest and hopefully draw in new members. There are a range of planned lectures but if you do not want to stay around for all of the lectures then please attend the ones that interest you most. The schedule for the day is as follows: 12.00pm - 1.00pm a) Market and general gathering b) Tour of the Winterbourne collection 1.00pm - 1.30pm General meeting (updating members on current projects, conservation and events) Disscussion on the 2014 Society projects and Partnerships 1.30pm - 2.30pm Lecture on European/Native carnivorous plants - Tim Bailey 2.30pm - 3.30pm Sustainability and peat free growing - Tim Bailey & Phil Wilson 3.30pm - 4.30pm Discussion on basic care & cultivation - Mitchell Raymond 4.30pm Close EOS Entry to the house and gardens is free on the day, but you will need to collect a sticker from a committee member. We look forward to seeing you all there.
  10. Dianne Salter

    CARNIVOROUS PLANT SOCIETY - CHESTER ZOO OPEN DAY

    Your welcome David :) A big thank you to Paul Leach and Paul Shipsides for hosting the open day for us, and of course Chester Zoo. We got to see the Orchid collection and the Cactus collection as well as the Nepenthes. All the plants are looking very good and healthy in their new home. Paul Leach has done a fantastic job on all the new staging for the Nepenthes. For those of you who couldn't make it, we also got to look around the zoo and even managed to be there on the opening day of the new BUGS exhibition, which contained a huge moving turantula, scoprpion, and butterfly to name a few. The day was a great success and we look forward to next year. Thank you both Paul and Paul
  11. Hi everyone I am doing a last call and check for the Chester Zoo open day. Any CPS member who would like to put their name on the list, please email me by Tuesday morning (tomorrow) as I will be giving the list to Chester Zoo by 12pm tomorrow (Tuesday). Regards Dianne Riddiford Carnivorous Plant Society Meetings Organiser
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    Open day, 15th of June

    James won the raffle. Numbers were 1-5.
  13. Dianne Salter

    Open day, 15th of June

    So glad the plant has turned up. Maybe the explanation to the gap maybe that people moved some plants around to look at others and in doing so may have created a space. I agree Mike........... getting out from behind the computer is the best way to view plants and meet other cp growers. There was a good amount of car sharing too which helped to keep travel costs down.
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    Open day Sunday (this sunday) 16th June 10am - 5pm

    Thank you Les. It was lovely to see you again. Thank you to all who came. It was nice to see the usual faces and one that we haven't seen for a few years. We enjoyed Saturday evening/night having a meal and a good old chin wag with a few of you (our apologies for the squished set up......lol). See you all again soon. Dianne
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    Open day, 15th of June

    Hi Mike Thank you to both you and Helen for another great day yesterday. Lovely seeing all who attended as usual. We agree with Les........ very annoying! Do you have a picture of it Mike that you can post up so everyone can see what plant it is? Hope it is returned safely soon. Once again, thank you to both you and Helen for the very enjoyable day. Dianne