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  1. F

    Root rot??

    So I noticed my N. x hookeriana wilting. I picked it up, and noticed that four ferns were growing out of the bottom. As I pulled them out the plant swiveled- it rotated around 360 degrees! After freaking, I tugged on it faintly, and it slide right out of the media. It only had one root! Media...
  2. R

    *PAID* Terrarium Plant Box (dr_donut $30)

    1) Opening Bid of $20. 2) Up for auction is an assortment of plants that will remain a secret! Orchids, ferns, violets, utricularias, pinguiculas, emersed aquatics, who knows what will be in there! All growing in terrariums right now. Some I will be able to label, others are lost tags, some I...
  3. R

    Microgramma vaccinifolia fern cutting (no bids)

    Please read the entire post This terrarium had bugs I believed were aphids many years ago, I have not seen any in years and just last month used the "dry ice" pest method on all of my terrariums so make sure you understand and treat these plants accordingly 1) Opening Bid of $2. 2) Microgramma...
  4. M

    Hello from Belgium : )

    My name is Morgane, I'm 23 and I started growing carnivorous (and other) plants since last August. I already liked plants before, but the fact that I lived in a north oriented student room with a tiny window kept me from growing anything else than a bonsai. Now I live in a south-west oriented...
  5. D

    Hello from Singapore!!

    Hello from the sunny island of Singapore! I mainly grow CPs and C & S, though I have recently acquired a things with unique and attractive foliage (Begonias, Ferns, and jewel orchids). I've only started the hobby a year or so and am currently recovering my finances from half a year of...
  6. Cthulhu138

    NECPS Bog Rebuild

    The NECPS finally decided to take some action on our very overgrown bog at the Roger Williams Botanical Center in Providence RI. Here is the bog before the demo. It was extremely overgrown with grasses, sedges, ferns, oxalis and many other various weeds. Plants had just been stuck in there...
  7. D


    Hello everyone! I am Izak, a 10 year old palaeontology nut, and am starting to get a bit of a collection of plants like ferns, tillandsias and carnivorous plants. Later on I will ask some questions about some plants, and learn lots! Glad to be here! Izak :-D
  8. fredg


    There was an area in the garden that was very shaded. Acers, Azalea (big) and bay surrounded it. I also have rain water storage there. Last year I introduced some large leaf Arisaema to some large tubs I removed the bases off and used as raised beds. By now I hope you have the picture of just...
  9. Bonnie

    Mini Orchids for trade

    Looking for Heli's I don't have, HL Neps, or Sarracenias to go in my bogs. Most are very good sized divisions with the exception of a couple of Masdevallias which are 2-6 leaves and the Bulbo's are 2-3 pseudobulbs. I also have a bunch of small epiphytic ferns that are great in terrariums if...
  10. R

    Free for one NASC donor or bidder: Choice of several

    This is for anyone who participated in the 2015 NASC auction as a donor or bidder (even if they did not win an auction). Completely free--I'll pay the postage. Winner, chosen randomly, picks one of the following. I'll let this go through the end of April. 1) Begonia bogneri plant: 2)...
  11. Jcal

    LF non-cps

    I am wanting to setup a small tank with a ceph as the centerpiece. I want it to look very Jurassic looking! I am looking for miniture plants such as ferns, tillys, and maybe orchids that will look good in this small setup! I am hoping to trade with just one person so if someone out there has a...
  12. R

    Please donate Lecanopteris spores to the AFS spore exchange

    I mentioned in the thread on Lecanopteris sinuosa that I've had great (preliminary) success with spores from the American Fern Society (AFS) spore exchange. The AFS is cheap to join ($15) and spores packets are nominal (50 cents). Moreover, the available species can be viewed by all...
  13. Acro

    Wanted: Ant Plants and Tree Ferns

    I'm looking for Ant Plants along the lines of: Hydnophytum formicarium Hydnophytum simplex Myrmecodia tuberosa Myrmecodia platytyrea Dischidia major and other easy ant plants. I'm looking for Tree Ferns, species such as: Blechnum Dicksonia Cyathea I have a variety of plants and animals to...
  14. TongueFlicker

    Final leg of my Asian tour :D

    As promised, part 3 of my escapade. Enjoy! :D View from my room A small sea cave @_@ No idea why there's a freaking hole beside the beach. Made by human-sized moles, maybe? Lol Some wild ferns growing on a cave wall What a nice chunk of driftwood. Perfect for my reptiles. Now, how...
  15. theplantman

    Nepenthes cuttings and Stapelia gigantea for trade

    Dear fellow plant addicts, I happen to have some monstrously overgrown plants in need of a haircut. Looking to see if anybody would want the pieces. I have: N. maxima () N. x dyeriana () Stapeliads, such as S. gigantea () Ceropegia stapeliiformis () Amorphophallus konjac corms One A. titanum...
  16. Cthulhu138

    Carnivorous Plants of Australia MAGNUM OPUS Books

    I've been anxiously awaiting the release of this 3 volume set of books since I heard they were coming out. Last week I broke down and ordered the set. When I got home today, the books were here waiting for me. I knew these were going to be good but, I had no idea they would be THIS good ! I've...
  17. Acro

    For Trade: Fish and Turtles

    Fish and turtles up for trade! Be sure to check out my extensive want/trade list at the bottom. Feel free to make offers, ask questions. Thanks! Two male Red Eared Sliders, they are yearlings at about 4". Take them separate or together. Turtle 1: Beautiful "sunset orange" markings. Turtle...
  18. Cthulhu138

    My Ant Plants

    First the Ant Ferns. Lecanopteris carnosa Lecanopteris sinuosa mounted with a Vittaria species. Hyndophytum formicarum Close up of the caudex. Close up of the developing fruit. Myrmecodia sp. Close up of the caudex. These are the natural holes in the caudex that the ants will...
  19. Bonnie

    Looking for Heliamphoras, lots of stuff to offer

    I have 200 species of orchids, including 18 species of jewel orchids. Also ant plants and ferns, Dischidias, Hoyas, Begonias, Peperomias, and Gesneriads. If I don't have anything you want also willing to buy. Looking for species I don't already have, my current grow list is below. Heliamphora...
  20. D_muscipula

    Foliar fertilizing ferns (when grown as cp companions)

    Hello everyone. I recently received some Cinnamon ferns (Osmunda cinnamomea). My goal is to grow them as long-term companion plants with my flyraps, sarracenia, and temperate sundews. I didn't just randomly choose any fern, I had cinnamon fern recommended once as a companion plant for cp's...