|03-16-2013 03:39 PM|
Here's my Pinguicula gigantea flowering.
|01-02-2013 11:35 PM|
It's Nepenthes 'sanguines black'
The before pic is on post #6
|01-02-2013 10:27 PM|
|HybridHerp||Nice, which nepenthes is that?|
|01-02-2013 08:15 PM|
Pulled this guy out of the Aquaponic Grow Bed and moved into an emerged tank with a tight cover. I now have two nice pitchers going and a 3rd starting.
Got me thinking about a ZooMed tank for these guys.
|01-01-2013 10:50 PM|
|Lil' Swimz$||amphirion Your photography is superb!|
|01-01-2013 07:10 PM|
|amphirion||Drosera capensis is almost bulletproof.|
|01-01-2013 06:29 PM|
|01-01-2013 06:02 PM|
|Geniusdudekiran||What are some good species to start out with besides VFTs that move? Are there really any?|
|01-01-2013 04:47 PM|
Alata x mooreana seedlings starting to pitcher up.
Never give up on "dead" seeds. Here's some "Extreme Green" x Minor seedlings finally sprouting.
|12-12-2012 04:30 AM|
Grow indoors. southern exposure, as much light as possible. contrary to popular belief. sufficient light is necessary for pitchers to develop. humidity controls the size of the pitchers, but light makes them happen.
if you are giving the Nep enough light, at least 12-14 hrs, and it's still not pitchering, your media might be in question. Neps in general appreciate an airy media made up of orchid bark, long fibered sphagnum (orchid moss), and perlite/pumice (styrofoam, non biodegradable, may be used as a substitute). media should be damp but not soaking wet.
|12-12-2012 03:59 AM|
|Monster Fish||I'm not too good with nepenthes. Maybe amphirion can help you with that.|
|12-12-2012 03:57 AM|
oh, they are getting that, trust me lol
Not sure what to do with the nepenthes however.
|12-12-2012 03:55 AM|
|12-12-2012 03:04 AM|
I have a venus flytap varient of some sort, Sarr. purpurea, N. "ventrata", and two Sarr. pitcher plants that I have as of yet not ID (though they were doing terribly so it won't be until spring that they will recover, they lost all of their pitchers)
Eventually, I want some other flytrap varieties, more Nepenthes, sundews, and basically whatever else I can get my hands on.
|12-12-2012 01:29 AM|
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