S. flava in small flat rate box (one division each)
S. flava in medium flat rate box (two divisions each)
2) vft guy in SJ
S. Judith Hindle – Small flat rate box
S. Judith Hindle – Medium flate rate box (two divisions)
Wow.. its been a couple weeks since I've had a chance to check on this thread... I appreciate the replies...
I am definitely interested in the plants offered. Please PM me and we can work out the details.
I a recently in a position to stat rebuilding my plant collection.
I am looking for "generally tolerant" Drosera plants. D. filiformis, capensis and binata varieties (D. binata dichotoma is particularly of interest). As I do not currently have anything of trade value I am looking...
Lol Jim.. Things are going very well... As I said, I have a new job that I (mostly) love... Got married a few years ago... and just bought my first house. Overall I can't complain much. All I need now is to start rebuilding my CP collection. :-)
Hello all... I am back!!
Its been a while since I have been active here at TF, so I thought I'd take a minute to re-introduce myself.
I first got interested in CPs back in 2002 or so when I got my first venus flytrap. After a year or so I discovered this forum and I really loved it. I made...
If you still have some of the D. capensis seed left I would like to take you up on the offer. I had a pack in the fridge from my last harvest, but they are almost 5 years old and Im not getting any germination on them :-(
It should take a few weeks to make seed. All of the flowers will generally bloom about one every other day or so. Then watch the pods to start breaking open. I take a big dinner plate, hold the flower stem over it and tap gently on it. The seeds will fall right out. There will be thousands of...
I would'nt worry too much yet. Sarracenia in general can take quite a bit of "hostile treatment". The rhizome itself retains quite a bit of moisture and unless or untill it turns to mush, you should be fine. Ive grown quite a few Sars in my time and Ive dried out a few.. they all seem to...
As many of you know, I had to give away my entire collection a couple years ago. I am able to keep a few plants again now that I have someone home to take care of them for me. I am looking for a few really easy plants that my wife can take care of with minimal effort. One of...
Thanks everyone for the help. Its been a while since I have needed to mix this stuff. Aphids have always been an anual problem for me, but as its been a few years since I have had any plants to worry about, I havent had the need to treat, obviously. Orthene has always worked wonders on my plants...
Hi all.. It's been a long time since I have visited, so hello to all my old friends :-)
I have a quick question which I hope maybe someone here can help me with. I need to mix a batch of Orthene systemic insect control. My bottle is liquid form, concentrate. The mixing instructions are missing...
Thanks everyone. Was a pretty tame b-day as things go.. for the first time in almost 30 years I actually had to work on my b-day. Its all good.. Ill get my partying in when I go on vacation in 2 weeks.
Don't expect a whole lot of color to show up right now. In general, existing leaves may darken a bit, but the true coloration comes out when the leaves are young and developing. As this plant progresses into spring and summer, you will see that all the new growth will exibit the...
Most of mine are driving related, and these are from before I started driving professionally.
1. People who do not use the 2 way left turn lane (or suicide lane) correctly. When you pull from a driveway into the center left turn lane, it is there to increase speed so you can merge into traffic...
Well bro.. the memory of your face crinkling, shoulders arching, teeth grinding, and the godawful groan you make every time I butcher a name, is quite enough motivation for me to stick with the common names and leave the latin alone.. lol