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    PAID (Howland $27) Seed Grown Drosera Regia 'King Sundew'

    Up for auction is a seed grown D. regia. The longest leaves are about 5". Photos of the plant (Google Drive links): Photo 1 Photo 2 Winner pays $8 shipping, US shipping only. Plant will be shipped potted. PM me upon winning for shipping/contact info. Opening Bid: $5
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    Can you help me identify this unknown Nepenthes?

    Hello all, I grew these from seed and I don't know what they are. They have grown pretty quickly in highland conditions and are currently about 1 1/2 years old. Any help is appreciated, thanks! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cZsSGXQE7ohSOJdc6ULt8eBH0NONbkha/view?usp=sharing...
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    Is this a real Nepenthes Jamban or an imposter?

    Hello, I bought a Nepenthes Jamban some months ago, sold as a seed grown plant, and am starting to suspect that it is not a true breed. Unfortunately, I bought it before I heard that the vendor has a 'history' (I won't mention who it is as the rules seem to forbid it). Though the plant is still...
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    For Trade D. Regia Seedlings for trade (looking 4 N. Dubia, Lowii, Jacquelineae, Jamban, other)

    I have some D. Regia Seedlings for trade. I am most interested in Nepenthes Lowii, N. Ephippiata, N. Dubia, and N. Jacquelineae, along with any hybrids of these or other toilet bowl Nepenthes I don't have. I'm also interested in any fanged or ridged Nepenthes like Hamata or Villosa (wishful...
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    For Trade My Male Nepenethes Spathulata x Campanulata is flowering

    Hey all, I have a Male N. Spathulata x Campanulata flowering. I could send pollen (or do it locally if you are near Portland, OR), and we can split the seeds. Of course more interesting hybrids are preferred, but I'm looking to get some experience growing Nepenthes from seed so I don't have too...
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    Possible Root Rot - Opinions

    Hey all, I recently had a Cephalotus that basically died from the growth points, where the leaves started blackening from the growth point outward, and getting loose and leathery before turning black. Now, a young N. Ephippiata relatively close to this Cephalotus seems to be suffering the same...
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    For Trade Nepenthes Glabrata and N. Spathulata x Campanulata, Cephalotus

    I have some Nepenthes Glabrata established cuttings for trade. Whether it's the particular specimen I have or my conditions, they have been growing very vigorously for me. I also have a few small N. Spathulata x Campanulata plants, some self seed (I believe) offspring of both D. Capensis "Alba"...
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    My Drosera Regia are flowering

    Hello, They've been a bit shocked from me moving, but it appears that my Drosera Regia are flowering. Here are a few photos. I took them a while back so they are much closer to flowering now: https://goo.gl/photos/sVJiZqWfQfqp3xGz5 https://goo.gl/photos/LXX5fhxXE5v8CRj88 I wouldn't mind...
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    First Nepenthes Flower Ever! Male or Female?

    The Nepenthes Ramispina I recently received just flowered! Having no experience with Nepenthes flowers before this, I don't know if it's male or female (but statistically I know it is most likely male). What do you all think? <img...
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    Good fan for cooling a greenhouse?

    Hello, As summer approaches, I am in need of a way to cool my new greenhouse. I've done some research, and, with the help of some (hopefully) experienced employees of a local hydroponics store, have already determined what method would be best; two fans, one on each side of my greenhouse; one...
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    Heater suggestions for a 6' X 8' Greenhouse

    Hello, I just bought a greenhouse that's about 6' X 8' and 7' tall, and am looking into heaters for it. I was just wondering, from those of you with small greenhouses, what companies you have bought heaters from and what models. I am currently looking at this heater, but as I know little on...
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    Darlingtonia in the Wild! (56k Warning)

    I've been putting this off for a while, but I'm finally going to post some pictures from the few times I've visited Darlingtonia growing in their native habitat.
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    What Nepenthes Rafflesiana form is this?

    Hello, This picture is the main photo for the Wikipedia Nepenthes Rafflesiana page: What form of Rafflesiana is this? it doesn't look like a typical (The bottom of the leaves look purpleish/red), but I couldn't find any pictures of it elseware, and it is definitely something I would be...
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    Greetings!

    Hello, I've been growing carnivorous plants for a few years now, and decided to join this forum in hope of gaining more knowledge and perhaps trading a few of my extra plants. I have many D. Capensis, a few of what I think are some form of D. Binata (The entire plant sometimes turns red, and...
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