It was my 7th grade science teacher, Mr. Ed Zovack. He had this crazy cabinet with lighting in it, and a tank about the size of a 10 gallon aquarium in it. He had flytraps, s. purpurea and d. rotundifolias in it. This was back in the day when everyone thought they had to be in terrariums with high humidity. The intense lighting brought out some great coloring in them. They looked so cool. I've enjoyed them on and off over the years since then.
Hey Anrich, Yes I have seen a little bit of the "Little Shop of Horrors" for those who haven't seen it, here is the link from youtube: www.youtube.com/… Enjoy, it's a music comedy I think!!!
Hey everyone, The thing that got me into CP's is that one day I was putting me stuff away, and I saw one of my CP books, so I looked inside and decided to take a peak on eBay to see if they had any, then I saw that they didn't ha ce so many.Then I serched it on Google, and I found some and I found this site!!!Long story short, I LOVE CARNIVOROUS PLANTS I guess it is adictive LOL Benjamin
I saw some for sale at a florist in the mall a few months ago. I looked at them longingly for WEEKS. Then I saw a seed kit for a variety of carnivorous plants- and bought that. Then I bought one of the plants from the florist, lol.
Needless to say I had better luck with the seeds in the horrid little kit. First plant died. Seeds germinated, got another adult plant from a different store, and now here I am- waiting on a TON of seeds from Steve, trying to get a flower stalk to strike from the plant that's sending out new traps almost daily
And regularly wishing international shipping laws didn't stop me from getting live plants off of several members on this site