I've never kept a CP as a house plant. I mean, I had a plant rack that was within my living space when I first started
But never had a CP as a house plant. Some may remember this thread where I mentioned my wife brought a Nep home to me. I figured what the heck, may as well have it inside...
Figured I'd post some pics of the plants and see if I could get some input. This will be some of my neps. I'll do the others another day.
My largest nepenthes. A ventrata.
My pride and joy my robcantleyi.
"Lake poso dwarf"
And the base of my ventrata up close.
I think they're doing...
N. maxima "wavy leaf"
N. maxima "lake poso dwarf"
N. robcantleyi (QoH x KoS)
N. "Lady luck"
S. leucophylla "Tarnok"
S. "Bug bat"
S. Dana's delight
D. capensis "wide leaf"
Hello, yesterday I picked up a pinguicula Caerulea, it's my first ping and I could really use some tips to keep it alive. I know it's a warm temperate species, and that I need to use distilled, RO, or rain water only. I'm in zone 9b on the west coast and I'm not sure if it needs to be grown...
Things I've got
alicea "silvermine (?)", strap-leaf form
anglica “Alakai Swamp”
x "Andromeda (BCP cross of D. prolifera x schizandra)
binata "Waihohonu Desert"
burmannii: Humpty-Doo, Hann River, Hong Kong Red
capensis "big pink", red...
So I have 2 pitcher plants in a single pot. N.Alata Sprouted around July(Totally accidental, thought this was just a new stem since my ventrata is in a bending position ever since I got it last May). As you can see, my N. Alata(I assume it is alata since it has hairs on the pitcher) has already...
Including both my TF and Reddit usernames just for clarity. Asterisk * denotes those plants I am able to trade (either fresh or established pullings, divisions, etc.). PM for details.
- Generic garden store pot
- Suspected King Henry seedlings
- Akai Ryu
- Burbank's Best
I'm from the Northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan, been growing CPs for about 1 year now and totally addicted.
I've been reading a lot online & in books. I've been primarily active on the reddit page r/SavageGarden learning, sharing pictures, and making some exchanges. I'm trying...
Short list so far:
Growing above ground -
Nepenthes x Miranda
Nepenthes x Suki
Nepenthes Lowe's (BBP, labeled ventrata, 9/2017)
D. Binata x Marston Dragon
D. Binata x Marston Dragon (red)
D. Binata x Multifida Extrema
D. Capensis alba
D. Capensis giant (under testing)...
I've been experimenting with growing Nepenthes hydroponically since March 2015, so for about a year and a half now. I'd like to share my results in this thread, and then give some details about my method. Thanks to TF member knuckles for sharing with me his experiences growing Nepenthes...
S rubra ssp alabamensis
S. Danas delight
S. Hummers hammerhead
S. Psittacina Walton Co. FL wilkersons bog
S alata red lid
S oreophylla sand MT al.
S alata "maroon throat"
S flava var cupurea
S leuco x flava var ornata
S flava var ornata
S minor "Okie giant"
S catesbaei x...
I'm a beginner that just recently received their first seeds. :)
D. Capensis alba and red
2 cuttings for nepenthes ventricosa
Akai Ryu VFT
N. Ventrata × (bellii × ventricosa) seeds
I recently fell in love with Nepenthes, and decided that I wanted to try growing some. Unfortunately, I've been having very little luck finding any.
I saw people posting online that they bought theirs at Home Depot and Lowes. I wasn't able to find any at Home Depot, and didn't want to...
I don't know what got into my head that day, but I decided to order a mix some Nepenthes seeds from eBay in January. I received them about 3 weeks later. When I got them, I knew there was no way they could still be viable. I sowed them anyway. I sowed almost all of the seeds on chopped LFS and...
I have a female ventrata with 6+ flower spikes currently. I have a bit of truncata pollen I will use, but am looking for other matches. I know it may not be an overly desirable hybrid choice, but if you have pollen going to waste let me know. 50/50 on any seed. Thanks!
Got my first nep Jan 2015, and hung it in a tree in south Florida. It was three six inch tall plants, ventrata, and it's now six or ten plants, the leader vining out to about eight feet long. The tree has pitchers hanging all over. I love it.
But it's in one of those tiny hanging...
I decided to finally start a photo thread, now that I know how to post photos. I don't know how many updates this will be getting, but as of right now, enjoy.
Here's what I won at the NASC auction.
S. [(purpurea x rubra) x self] x judith hindle
S. leucophylla "tarnok"
A typical VFT...