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Discussion in 'Live Plants' started by basin79, Mar 29, 2017.
My son has visited the local california carnivores near us a few times, hes a fan
Pretty sure there's just one. I'm jealous that you're near it.
He's the lucky one. His best friend has half of his room dedicated to carnivorous plants, and so my boy gets to go often with that family. One time he did gift me a butterwort
Have you ordered from them before?
I haven't but if you have I would like to know your experience
Where is that? I know Huntington has a few.
Near Petaluma I believe
Yes, a few times. All of my experiences have been excellent.
Forked leaf sundew.
Very, very nice! The binata is producing copious dew and the Cephalotus is growing like a fiend. The latter is particularly impressive--how long have you been growing it for?
A couple of years I think.
My forked leaf sundew looks so alien in black and white.
Mein freund, I believe those should go in your spider thread, if they haven't yet.
I honestly don't know how I do it. They where supposed to go in what's one good thing that has happened thread. What can I say, I'm dumb.
My Drosera binata aka forked leaf sundew. Up close these look so alien like. Particularly if you give them the black and white treatment.
I love Cephalotus, I'm really looking forward to getting one someday once I have a nice windowsill for it.
Definitely one of my favorites, though it's pretty demanding in terms of light. You might try supplementing with light. Other than that, I haven't found mine nearly as finicky as they have a reputation for being. I wouldn't grow it in a terrarium, since I bet that the moisture and humidity in there are what usually kill them.
A new Cephalotus follicularis to replace my old 1 Pandora destroyed.
Jesus christ... A carnivorous plant that actually has fangs! Awesome.
Is it hard to keep?