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  1. Hi everyone, I'll try to pollinate my N. campanulata soon, but I have a technical question to improve the success rate. Do you stop watering the flowers in order to avoid washing off the pollen? Thanks for the advices.
  2. From the album: Botanical Art

    Nepenthes Copelandii painted from photo reference of Jeremiahs CPs from wikimedia.org 1st of my botanical paintings, painted on 25/11/16 with pencil and water color and a touch of acrylic on 300g watercolor paper.
  3. From the album: Botanical Art

    Nepenthes Globosa painted from photo reference of Chale Yan from wikimedia.org 2nd of my botanical paintings, painted on 27/11/16 with pencil and water color and a touch of acrylic on 300g watercolor paper.
  4. Hi everyone, I want to start sawing some Nepenthes seeds, but I am wondering where to buy some fresh ones. I saw that czplants has many (so many that I doubt they are all fresh). Do you have other suppliers to recommend? Thanks for the info Vincent
  5. Hello, Let me show you couple of pictures from my trip to the top of G. Trusmadi.
  6. I've been advised to move my photos out of my growlist thread and into the correct section of the forum, as not many people check growlist threads and so other nepenthes enthusiasts may then be missing my shots. Point taken, but you're not missing much yet as all my plants are still small. So here goes, you will be able to track the progress of my plants in this thread...
  7. Hello Everyone, I would like to provide and update on my attempts to grow a N ampullaria on a windowsill in the UK. I've always wanted to grow this plant. But since my girlfriend moved in, the space I'm allowed to dedicate to carnivorous plants has been somewhat restricted ("houses are for people, not for carnivorous plants" she says). So unfortunately I don't have space for a terrarium large enough to house a Nepenthes. A couple of years ago I thought I'd see whether it was possible to grow this plant on a windowsill. I bought a nice speckled ampullaria from Andreas Wistuba and si
  8. I purchased this plant a few weeks ago as Nepenthes distillatoria, but it looks rather different from pictures of distillatoria online, especially with the upper half of the pitcher being mottled. Anyone know what it could be? Unfortunately there is only one pitcher on the plant.
  9. Here are some quick shots of my hep seedlings. I forgot to turn the leds off so they're a bit pink. here are a few more. Here are a few more, I just got a new point and shoot so I'm fiddling around with it. maybe these came out little better? only thing is this time the fogger was on, gah can't get it just right yet. I guess I have to do it wrong before I do it right. Here is a tiny N. kinabaluensis (N. villosa x N. rajah) despite its size I really like the shape its grown into very shapely for such a small specimen. two seed grown hamata and a small AW macro, among others.
  10. My male Nepenthes truncata (T. C. clone, 6-7 years old; 2016: 40 cm pitchers !!; windowsill culture) makes just 2 flowering shoots. If anyone is interested to pollen so he should contact me? More can then discuss it. Greetings.
  11. Is it okay to use perlite in the mix for nepenthes ventricosa. I purchased one and it very quickly started to die off. The supplier said it's because of perlite in the mix, they said it burns the roots and is for large plants Only. I'm not so sure as the mix was purchased stating it was for this purpose.. any help will be appreciated
  12. This is a selection of pictures from the recent Redfern expedition to Hose Mountain, in central Borneo, with an additional ascent of Trus Madi, the second highest peak after Kinabalu at 2,642 metres. Aware that Vincent posted many pictures from Trus Madi, I have tried to complement his picture set. I have kept the picture sizes small so as not to dis-advantage viewers with poor internet connections. If anyone wants an original, please ask. Trus Madi This is a distant shot of the Trus Madi ridge, with the double peak to the right, the summit being on the far right. The notch betwee
  13. Roridula dentata from seed!! Roridula gorgonias on bloom!! Drosera aff. macrantha Nepenthes ventricosa x maxima from seed on bloom!! (very strong, grows all yeat outdoor in Florence)! Happy new year to all!! Cheers, Lorenzo
  14. Hi everyone ,on 18-11-2015 I receive my N.Hamata and some Heliamfora from Wistuba very well pact and healthy....from that day all my nepenthes and almost all heliamfora start to have problems like dry lives and pitchers with out any reason....so I search in the forum and internet and I see that some people have mite problems from Wistuba Iam not expert in mites symptoms so Iam asking you to see the pictures and tell me if you can what is the problem.... The first picture is taken by 20-11-2015 my Hamata has all the pitches healthy so the Heliamphora too... image url upload Now a cl
  15. About a month ago on a very windy night my outdoor greenhouse collapsed fortunately two of my neps are fine but my veitchii x burbidgeae has got some damage but im worried about it surviving.ive asked many collectors on instagram who have had years of experience with them and they say that it should snap back but i just need more info its been around half a month or so and still nothing:( i just need to know if it will survive and how long till it wakes up if so and maybe if so some tips:) ill post some pics⬇️⬇️⬇️ - Sabian Mehmetaj
  16. Hey im Sabian and i like to draw and paint things so heres some of my nepenthes drawings and paintings :) - Sabian Mehmetaj
  17. Hi all, Would anyone be able to direct me to some decent internet (or otherwise) resources on propane greenhouse heaters. I'm running a 6k Shilton Hotbox to heat my highland nepenthes house. I bought it on eBay last year and worked fine all winter. I sent it back to the manufacturer in the summer for a full service and until three days ago it was working fine. Now it just won't stay on. Kirklees Developments ( the manufacturer), think it's a venting issue. Strange though as the venting situation hasn't changed (although the weather has been very calm the last few days, so perhaps
  18. Hi everyone, I currently have in my collection a young plant grown from wild Nepenthes lowii seeds harvested on the Kinabalu. It grows pretty well with my other highlanders, maybe too quickly for a N. lowii, but... Do you think it looks like a pure N. lowii ? I find it very hairy, looks quite similar to something like N. lowii x veitchii or else. What's your opinion ?
  19. Hi, my N. aristolochioides is going to flower soon. It seems to be a male plant (see picture). If there is interest in getting some pollen, please pm. Another way to contact me: Nepenthes pollen register http://pollen.carnivoren.org/listdetails.php?id=395 Best regards, Chris
  20. Hi there im wanting to soon grow my cps in a different area with out cacti and stuff.but i dont know what to grow in.what would be better a small plastic greenhouse a glass tererium or a grow tent.i like the grow tent and tererium as my plants will stay indoors in my house.my collection is small around 4 plants at the moment but will be growing as all do.i have a budget of around £40 remember i will need to get some lights not matter what as now in autum/winter we hardly get sun light so im scared if my plants will die.at the moment im growing all plants in a large plastic greenhouse housing 5
  21. Hello, I took the Mrs out for a walk in Daisy Nook Country Park in Failsworth, Manchester, and while there, we popped into the garden centre. I spotted some rather nice looking neps in the house plant section, and got tempted... Although about four of the pitchers are a bit dry around the top, the rest of the plant is in excellent condition, and for £14.99, I felt it was worth buying. Each of those pitchers is around 7" long, as you can see from this next picture... Can anyone tell me what kind of nep this is? Predictably, the label didn't say anything more than Nepen
  22. Hi there my name is Sabian im 12 and in the uk nottingham i currently own 4 carnivorous plants 3 nepenthes one dionea i kniw quite a bit but would like more info on other speacies like heli's butterworts and stuff my nepenthes are 1 n.ventra 1 n.ventriicosa x talangensis and 1 vietchii x burbidgeae im wanting to expand my collection with new plants drosera,heli's,nepenthes,butterwort and cephalotus's :/ so umm ya -Sabian
  23. Hi there im in need for some plants so can i have free plants like sundew seedlings anything would work but seeds will be okay but will need a detail of how to germinate and grow them pls get back :) -Sabian
  24. Hi, Some pics of my lowland setup. I hope you'll enjoy them. :) Nepenthes campanulata Nepenthes pervillei It caused me many problems since I have it... So I hope that its last leaf jump is a good thing. Nepenthes northiana Nepenthes bicalcarata Sri Aman Nepenthes clipeata AW clone 2 Nepenthes "Briggsiana" Nepenthes adnata Nepenthes sumatrana, can't wait to see true lowers and no more these very boring rosette pitchers... Nepenthes treubiana Nepenthes vieillardii Nepenthes bellii Not a Nepenthes bu
  25. Hello Do you know of anyone that has done some experiments to measure how much difference various cutting striking methods make for Nepenthes? For example, some people claim that a particular slicing technique is better while someone else suggests something different. Some people suggest putting a split in the base of the stem while other people say to put slits in the outer layer of tissue. With a very sharp knife blade, I used to cut the petiole (at the base of the cutting) off where it joins the stem so the cut also removes the outer layer of tissue on the stem to expose the meristematic