VCPS Annual 2015 show 28–29/11/2015


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Hi guys

 

The Victorian Carnivorous Plant Society is holding its annual show at the end of this month on Saturday the 28/11/2015 and Sunday 29/11/2015. 

 

There's always a great display of various species and genera as well as members plants for sale.

 

Entree is free to all and it's an event not to be missed.

 

Below is a flyer and some photos from 2014.

 

Cheers

Steve

 

 

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Hi guys


 


Here's a few photos from the Victorian Carnivorous Plant Societies 2015 annual show.


 


Cheers


Steve


 


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VCPS Champion plants


 


 


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Grand Champion plant of 2016 - N. glandulifera


 


 


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Grand Champion plant of 2016 - N. glandulifera


 


 


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Reserve Champion plant of 2016 - Cephalotus follicularis 


 


 


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Reserve Champion plant of 2016 - Cephalotus follicularis 


 


 


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Nepenthes display


 


 


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N. x "Predator" (hamata x truncata) Largest pitcher 26cm


 


 


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N. vogelii


 


 


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N. vogelii


 


 


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H. heterodoxa x nutans


 


 


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Cephalotus follicularis


 


 


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Sarracenia display


 


 


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S. flava var. rubricorpora


 


 


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Tallest Sarracenia: 93cm tall S. flava var. maxima


 


 


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S. flava var. cuprea


 


 


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S. minor var. minor


 


 


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VFT display


 


 


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D. muscipula 'Piranha'


 


 


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D. regia


 


 


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D. graomogolensis


 


 


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Pygmy Drosera display


 


 


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D. gibsonii


 


 


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Utricularia display


 


 


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U. volubilis


 


 


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U. volubilis

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