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  1. Hello everyone! Could you please help me? I am a bit worried, this is what I found recently next to my baby pitcher plant: https://imgur.com/uJPmjLH It is a very weird looking stuff... is it mold? Has anyone ever had this kind before? It has just appeared now, before I had no problems with the little ones. Thank you in advance for your advice!
  2. Hi all, due to recent warm temps, some of my plants are starting to flower I want to see your flowers, so post here. What does this look like? (S. oreophila "sand hill mt. x UCB")?- this one is on my windowsill to make hybrids Hard to see, but look inside the growing point, looks like a yellow/green ball-S. flava var, flava from Parker's giveaway this summer In natural light: And a S. alata from Rual Hernandez Their will no doubt be more, but this is it for know, i will update when i see a visible stalk. Post any flower pics you have know though
  3. Hello Community! Since a few month I grow a Nepenthes lowii 'Mt. Kinabalu'. I will show you every month a few pictures of my plant. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_rel_module=post&attach_id=50903 http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?app=core&module=attach&section=attach&attach_rel_module=post&attach_id=50904 I hope you like them Sorry for my not so good translation. -Henrik-
  4. Hi, after selling some of my plants on the forum with a saleslist, I decided to put up a small online store. It is now online at michaelscarnivores.com. I mainly offer Dionaea and Sarracenia, which are propagated from my collection plants. For the shop opening there are some special sales which will be available for a reduced price until 15.07.2013. In the future I also plan to use the blog function to show some pictures and reports of my collection. Kind regards, Michael Ermel