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    N. gymnamphora not very well...

    Hi there, I'm not a Nepenthes expert: my recently acquired Nepenthes gymnamphora is freaking out these days... Stranges symptoms appeared, as yellowing leaves then browning, rust like spot (but the cells under these spots seems to collapse) and a few blacks dots on leaves. None others...
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    U. minutissima

    Here is few pictures of U. minutissima flowering again for me. Thanks again Tim for sharing this species!
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    Looking for brian tran

    Hi, I'm trying to contact Brian Tran, from Ontario, without success. My attempts on his adress are being bounced back... If anyone know how to reach him, PM me
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    U.reniformis f. courte from bcp

    Hi, for those of you which own a U.reniformis f. courte (I got mine from BCP), do you think it is legitimate to associate it to the cultivars 'Enfant terrible' described in the CPN? I'm curious to hear you on this
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    Utricularia cornuta

    Hi, during my last fieldtrip in a small bog in late august, my friend and I found a small population of U. cornuta flowering amongst the Labrador tea. I took few pictures and 1 flower in my hand to show her in detail, and notice for the first time that this flower has a very nice sweet...
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    Asclepiad growers in canada?

    Hi, I'm looking for people, in Canada, interested by succulent plants in the Asclepiadiaceae family (Apocynaceae now?), such as Stapelia, Huernia, Tromotriche, Orbea , etc. If any is involved in such collection, please let it me know Trading partnets would be welcome, since it seems...
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    Hiking in the adirondack, ny

    Hi everyone, I plan to go in NY state for the october 9-11th weekend, hiking in the Adirondack with my girlfriend. Any suggestions of Mounts or any good CP places to visit (in the wild or garden/hobbyists)? I can handle hard hiking by the way, so any suggestion are welcome, but i...
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    Biodynamic gardening

    Hi, biodynamic gardening (gardening with star influences and such) seems a very interesting approach of natural/organic gardening, but sounds a bit strange in few of it's preparations/methods. I am thinking about trying it, still need to get a calendar... Anyone already tried it?
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    Website update

    Hi, just to let you know that my homepage is now on a new URL: http://insectivores.tripod.com Nothing new for now, but the old URL will not be updated. A very special thanks to Sean's pond, without who the new random header would not have been possible, and for the on...
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    Rendez-vous horticole 2004

    Hi, this week-end (friday, saturday and friday), it will be the Rendez-vous horticole 2004 at the Montreal Botanical Garden. You can expect to see a lot of orchids, cacti and few nice CP stand, such as the CCPS and Verre nature, an in-vitro cie specialized into CP. I'll be there friday and...
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    Highland nepenthes vs night cooling

    Hi, I am planning to build a highland terrarium for few of my plants (south american Drosera, Nepenthes, Helimphora, Utricularia, etc). Before buying anything, I would like to know few things: I am tempted to grow highland Nepenthes, but I need to know how 'strong' the cooling must be in...
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    What hppened to our storage space?

    It's seems to have disapeared (with all my pics :P). Do the site was closed down or the URL changed?
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    Nepenthes 'elegance'

    Hi, an question came to my mind when I opened my old Slack's book Carnivorous plants: how to grow them?. In the lowland section, there is a spectacular picture of a purple pitchered plants designed as Nepenthes 'elegance', but it is said to have no 'official' status when it was in print...
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    Litterature on Pinguicula

    Hi, I've been looking for some litterature on Pinguiculalately, mostly scientific, regarding any aspects of their ecology, related taxonomy, etc and find them pretty hard to find ;). Only very one were found, mostly on ecology, but none on taxonomy or such works... Except the...
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    Trading or giveaway

    Hi there, I am looking to trade or giveaway some plants for this summer, so here is the list (this offer is limited to canadian cpers, sorry). Drosera adelae x5 *Drosera coccicaulis x30 Drosera filiformis ssp tracyi Drosera x Marston dragon Drosera prolifera x1 Drosera rotundifolia...
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    Guess who flowered yesterday!

    Just sharing picture
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    Utricularis subulata?

    Hi, after few years growing this species, since it was pretty invasive species with small linear leaves and make a lot of cleistogamous flowers, I always thought that it was U.subulata, but I never saw the 'true' flowers until yesterday... Here they are: After looking on CP photos...
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    Let's play to... ID the Nep!!

    Here is a picture of a Nepenthes I had 4 years ago: Anyone has an idea of what it can be? I receive it from the Botanical Garden, with no label at all. It is a very fast (almost furious!) grower, and the main vein on the leafs usually turn red with good light. It is very easy to grow...
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    Let's play to... ID the Nep!!

    Here is a picture of a Nepenthes I had 4 years ago: Anyone has an idea of what it can be? I receive it from the Botanical Garden, with no label at all. It is a very fast (almost furious!) grower, and the main vein on the leafs usually turn red with good light. It is very easy to grow...
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    P. agnata x (moranensis x ehlersiae)

    Here is a plant and its flower of Pinguicula agnata x (moranensis x ehlersiae) (well, I receive it labelled this way, but since I discovered yesterday another misIDed plants in my collection, we can't never be sure (or I am turning paranoid over the years! ) A funny thing about this plant...
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