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  1. Not a Number

    *PAID* Drosera slackii #2 (SoCalPing $16)

    Drosera slackii #2 - Robert Gibson called the plant "A Living Jewell from South Africa" This South African rosetted sundew is distinctive for it's guitar shaped leaves with co**** red hairs on the the undersides. While this plant is rather easy to grow it is difficult to find the conditions...
  2. Not a Number

    *PAID* n Drosera slackii (NancyM $20)

    Drosera slackii - Robert Gibson called the plant "A Living Jewell from South Africa" This South African rosetted sundew is distinctive for it's guitar shaped leaves with co**** red hairs on the the undersides. While this plant is rather easy to grow it is difficult to find the conditions in...
  3. Not a Number

    The Name Game - Part 2

    Australian Drosera in Cultivation Allen Lowrie's Carnivorous Plants of Australia Magnum Opus at time of publication Dec. 16, 2013 listed some 241 species. Many of these were new species or reassignment of ranks (subspecies or varieties). A few had been in cultivation before even having been...
  4. Not a Number

    Pygmy Drosera Aestivation

    Aestivation - dormancy or hibernation in response to high temperatures and conditions. Thanks to the recent hot weather some of the pygmy Drosera in my collection have started to form stipule buds or aestivaculae (singular: aestivacula). Here are a few examples in various stages: Drosera...
  5. marcus_r

    D. x nagamotoi Snyder's fertile octoploid

    Hi all, I'm curious to see whether anybody is still growing one of Dr. FrankenSnyder's early creatures: the fabulous fertile octoploid D. x nagamotoi. If you have no idea what this is about, here's the story in a nutshell: the usual hybrid D. x nagamotoi (= D. anglica x spatulata) is sterile...
  6. BobZ

    CPN June 2015 issue (v44 n2) is now available

    Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 44, number 2, June 2015 is available for download as a PDF for ICPS members on the ICPS web site: http://icps.clubexpress.com/ Hard copy was mailed to ICPS members on May 21. CONTENTS CPN editors Do bears disperse Darlingtonia? The intricate Pinguicula...
  7. jlechtm

    Sarracenia 'Gorey' (purpcrazyinNH $40)

    Opening bid: $10 Up for bid is a mature, multi-crown clump of this natural S. x rubra gulfensis x S. psittacina) hybrid, originally discovered in the same location as the green S. rubra gulfensis listed separately. You pay $12.65 for priority mail with tracking. U.S. only, please. Please PM...
  8. jlechtm

    Sarracenia 'Chagall' (BJTS $40)

    Opening bid: $10 Up for bid is a mature specimen, multi-crown clump of this natural S. x wrigleyana (S. leucophylla x S. psittacina) hybrid. You pay $12.65 for priority mail with tracking. U.S. only, please. Please PM or e-mail me at jay.lechtman@gmail.com with questions and/or winner...
  9. sflynn

    LF Pinguicula primuflora 'rose'

    I've been trying to fill in my pings of the southeast collection and this is one of the ones I am wanting, especially after that CPN article about them. If you have some that you are willing to trade please pm me and maybe we can work something out. Thanks!
  10. BobZ

    CPN March 2014 issue (v43 n1) is now available

    Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 43, number 1, March 2014 is available for download as a PDF for ICPS members on the ICPS web site: http://icps.clubexpress.com/ Because of a delay at the printer, hard copy will be mailed to members in mid-March. CONTENTS In memory of Geoff Wong Observations...
  11. NatchGreyes

    Nep. Potting Media Experiment

    Hey Everyone, I've started an bit of an experiment, albeit one that lacks precise scientific rigor. A month ago I came across the CPN sample that talks about creating a potting mix that is 1:1:1 Seramis:Lava Gravel:Lecaton. Having read a lot about the destruction of CP habitats, I decided to...
  12. B

    Boggrower12's Growlist

    Dionaea Typical Sarracenia alata Black Tube (Bednar) alata light vein (MK A54) alata Maroon Throat (Cooks) alata nigrapurpurea (Cooks) alata 'Red Hood' (Bednar) alata Typical (CPN) alata var. viridescens Washington Co. Alabama (Wang) alata white flower (MK A8) flava atropurpurea...
  13. Av8tor1

    CPN cover and article

    Maybe it's not the cover of the Rolling Stone, but still way cool... :-D http://carnivorousplants.org/
  14. Av8tor1

    My techniques for the harvesting of Heliamphora pollen.

    Harvesting of Heliamphora pollen is one of those things that was very simple once I learned how. Much of the issue came in not knowing when to harvest. When the flower first opens, the anthers are lower than the stigma and perpendicular to the pistil (see image). As the flower matures the...
  15. BobZ

    CPN June 2013 issue (v42 n2) is now available

    Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 42, number 2, June 2013 is available for download as a PDF for members on the ICPS web site: http://icps.clubexpress.com/ Hard copy was mailed to members on May 31. CONTENTS Farewell Eric Green Pinguicula x gresivaudanica (Lentibulariaceae), a new...
  16. BobZ

    CPN March 2013 issue (v42 n1) is now available

    Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 42, number 1, March 2013 is available for download as a PDF for members on the ICPS web site: http://icps.clubexpress.com/ Hard copy was mailed to members on February 25. CONTENTS Catapults into a deadly trap: The unique prey capture mechanism of Drosera...
  17. bananaman

    U. reniformis Setup Good?

    Hello everyone! I have recently gotten a reniformis. I have it potted in a 14" net pot with a mix of LFS, orchid bark, and perlite. I'm keeping it drier as it gets established, as per a recommendation in a really old CPN article. Can it be kept like this successfully long term? Do you have any...
  18. BobZ

    CPN December 2012 issue (v41 n4) is now available

    Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 41, number 4, December 2012 is available for download as a PDF for members on the ICPS web site: http://icps.clubexpress.com/ Hard copy will be mailed to members on November 30. CONTENTS • Drosera bicolor Lowrie & Carlquist • The digestive fluid of Drosera...
  19. BobZ

    CPN September 2012 issue (v41 n3) is now available

    Carnivorous Plant Newsletter, volume 41, number 3, September 2012 is available for download as a PDF for members on the ICPS web site: http://icps.clubexpress.com/ Hard copy was mailed to members on August 31. CONTENTS • Lubomír Adamec: News in ecophysiological research on aquatic Utricularia...
  20. noah

    CPNs & CP books for your plants & seeds (or garlic)

    I've moved a lot in the last few years, and while I was unable to keep my plants, some books and things have made the move. At this point, I'm ready to start a small collection again, and am willing to trade my books for your extra plants or seeds. I'm easy to please: even the most common...
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