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  1. D

    Hello Terraforums

    Hello, I'm Dave Evans. I have been growing carnivorous plants for about 25 years. And have learned a lot about Nepenthes species in particular.
  2. SerMuncherIV

    NECPS 13th Annual Fall Carnivorous Plant Show!

    The 13th Annual NECPS Show at the Tower Hill Botanical Gardens in MA is only days away! Last year's show was amazing - there were hundreds of plants for display and sale and well over 2000 people attended. This is the largest annual gathering of CP growers on the East Coast. If you're in the...
  3. G

    New to Terraforums

    I have been collecting and growing carnivorous plants for 10 years. Have the usual fllytraps, pitchers and sundews. I'm in Ohio but if the Zika virus get here my flytraps and I are ready!!!
  4. S

    Enagic Kangen Water machine?

    I have one of these machines and I am wondering if any of the ph settings are safe for carnivorous plants. thank you
  5. J.Ang

    Hi from Seattle

    Very new to carnivorous plants, but have just fallen in love with bladderworts and have been a long time fan of pitcher plants. Currently doing a lot of research and planning so I can fill a large demijohn I've had for some time and this seems like a great venue to gain some knowledge as well...
  6. J

    Good Morning from Indonesia

    Hello Everyone! I'm new enthusiast from Borneo, Indonesia. We have so many Nepenthes in Borneo, so why not make it as my hobby. Thats why i joined here, i want to learn everything about carnivorous plant, especially Nepenthes. And maybe i can share some informational to all of you about...
  7. afrodisa

    Another way to look at D. adelae culture

    Colonies of adelae insitu! Australian Carnivorous Plants - Droseraceae
  8. fredg

    Digitalis laevigata

    I like to grow plants that are beneficial to bees, hoverflies etc. This is one of them. I grew them on in pots until the spring and planted them out in the garden. I thought I'd lost them to the slugs and snails, which have been particularly voracious this year, but MrsG pointed them out this...
  9. S

    New From Missouri

    Hi! My name is Shelby and I am from the Kansas City area! I have just recently gotten into Carnivorous plants and have a few kinds of saras, one vft and... more neps than anyone that is just starting out should admit to. I love neps. I look forward to growing and learning on these forums and...
  10. rollpop

    Stones to mix with peat.

    Hi, I can't find any perlite, or sand the right size in my area, so I took some small driveway stones and put them into a bucket. Would these be suitable to mix with peat and use for my carnivorous plants, or would it hurt them? Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet
  11. ImUrNv

    New from North Carolina

    Hi Guys! I'm new to the forum, and somewhat new to carnivorous plants... sandersonii and a few beginner drosera. However I recently moved from California to North Carolina and did not bring the plants with me, so I will be looking to restart my collection out here.
  12. jack

    Where are all the Genlisea?

    I thought this plant was suppose to be easy to grow and propagate but I can't find any for sell on ebay or at carnivorous nurseries. What gives? Jack
  13. Smooter80

    Sacramento Carniovorus Plant Show, anyone going?

    Sacramento Bromeliad & Carnivorous Plant Society 46th Annual Show and Sale Saturday & Sunday July 23 and 24, 10AM to 4PM Location: Shepard Garden & Arts Center Free parking. Free Admission. Anyone else going or have been there before? What's it like? If anyone wants to try to meet up, I can...
  14. Mercfh

    New from Ky

    Hi all, im pretty new to the hobby but like with most things I get into I have to know EVERYTHING about them. Almost to the point of OCD. That being said this looks like an awesome place to meet people and gather information. I've been growing Carnivorous plants for about 6 months now. 2 Cape...
  15. KaijuEmily

    KaijuEmily''s Short Grow List

    So I only recently allowed myself to get back into carnivorous plant cultivation! So my collection is pretty small... I have two: Nepenthes ventricosa And one : venus fly trap Too bad I'm having trouble posting pics.
  16. KaijuEmily

    Newly reborn carnivorous plant nerd

    Well, I just received a new carnivorous plant as a house warming present from my parents. I have had past expirience with Venus fly trap, and cobra lillies. But when we saw the mysterious Nepenthes pitcher plant, we just couldn't leave it behind! I have drooled on them before at an exotic...
  17. SDCPs

    Bulk Seeds for CP books and DVD

    Hello all, I have the following books and dvd for trade. I'm looking for large quantities of seeds in return. Sarracenia, drosera, vft, nepenthes...whatever. PM me if you'd like to trade! I might not go for D. capensis...LOL *Grow Carnivorous Plants Volume 1: Venus Flytraps Can Grow Outside...
  18. mikefallen13

    Mike's Growlist

  19. R

    New from California

    Hello, Recently became curious about carnivorous plants. I had a pitcher plant once and it died because I didn't know how to take care of it. I've been in the aquarium hobby for many years and right now have 2 planted tanks. 5 gallon and 40 gallon. hoping to learn a lot here.
  20. D

    Blood meal for feeding CP's?

    Can you feed CP's blood meal in their traps, not as a fertilizer? You can feed some sundew many different insects, milk and blood worms and betta fish pellets. If you can feed them rehydrated blood meal, it would be an incredibly cheap food. I'm not sure exactly what it is in their food that...