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  1. Hi and welcome to the forum. What do you have in the tank? Just Nepenthes?
  2. Hi and welcome to the forum. Small collection - right! We can hopefully give you all the advice you need. Happy growing.
  3. That's OK, but the open day finishes at 2.30pm (hence the football question), so you'll only have an hour or 2 there. If you're after some of Mike's sale plants I'd get there as early as possible!
  4. Mike, the CPS website gives the start time as 10am. Is this still correct?
  5. Hi and welcome to the forum. Matthew Soper of HCP has a great collection, especially his Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora.
  6. I'll be there Mike. I've got a few questions for you about your greenhouses
  7. Their open days are well worth a visit.
  8. Book by Tim Bailey & Stewart McPherson "Dionaea, The Venus's Flytrap" has descriptions and photos of many of the available cultivars. Don't know if it's still available, though. Try Redfern's website.
  9. Hi and welcome to the forum. You'll soon fill your tunnel with cps and need to move those chillis out
  10. I never knew that, could explain a lot! That's why I come on this forum - always snippets of useful info to learn. Thanks Alexis.
  11. You need to let Richard Bunn know (he's the admin). Best to PM him.
  12. Hi, the one dying back could be be a S. oreophila as this is natural for that plant at this time of year. Otherwise you can't give Sarracenia too much sun - they love full, direct sun all day long. Some Sarracenia (eg leuco, alata) have a second flush of pitchers in the Autumn, so if you have these plants you should be seeing growth starting now.
  13. Whatever happened to KiwiEarl?
  14. Hi and welcome to the forum. I'm sure there are many collectors in Wales - and Ian Salter down in the Neath valley has a good collection (look for Carnivorian on ebay and FB (I think)).
  15. Hi and welcome to the forum.
  16. Hi Stephen, Not been to your open day before - what's your address? Cheers, Martin
  17. Thanks Rob. They still need a bit more sun, but they're getting there.
  18. 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)