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By thepitchergrower
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IoanAdam wrote:
thepitchergrower wrote: Thu Jan 27, 2022 9:49 pm That one's going to be popular. Only problem is I don't know if there are many FTC members in Romania to trade with. :?
Yeah, your right... I will see how high the shiping price is. I hope it is not that high so I can ship plants to the USA.
You can't ship plants to other countries legally without a phytosanitary permit. And that costs a lot.
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By TrapsAndDews
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These are my mixed capensis seedlings from the seed bank. I used plastic wrap for humidity, but as you can see it started growing a little algae and moss. Can take off the wrap all at once, or should I poke holes?
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By IoanAdam
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thepitchergrower wrote: Thu Jan 27, 2022 11:17 pm
IoanAdam wrote:
thepitchergrower wrote: Thu Jan 27, 2022 9:49 pm That one's going to be popular. Only problem is I don't know if there are many FTC members in Romania to trade with. :?
Yeah, your right... I will see how high the shiping price is. I hope it is not that high so I can ship plants to the USA.
You can't ship plants to other countries legally without a phytosanitary permit. And that costs a lot.
Oh... :(
By mikepellerin
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Sadly, I lost all of my plants to an overzealous ground squirrel, and a few rabbits. :x Some of the plants were 8-10 years old. I moved with them from Massachusetts to Arizona. I'll start a new collection this Spring in a more secure location.
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By IoanAdam
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Uff... :(
You should make a cage for your plants like panman's squirel defense 5000
By EasyGrowsIt
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My nepenthes are growing well and ready for outdoors this March, when a Florida starts being a lowland tropical paradise again.
My VFTs are all less than a month in my care, so not much to report.
My forked sundews, except multiflora extrema are leafless and dormant. Roridula is newer, too. Only the nepenthes are longterm residents, with the few drosera I have as well. I have a small cephalotus that’s also relatively new.

Here’s some of them:
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By Dragonslayer126
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EasyGrowsIt wrote: Sat Feb 05, 2022 2:11 pm My nepenthes are growing well and ready for outdoors this March, when a Florida starts being a lowland tropical paradise again.
My VFTs are all less than a month in my care, so not much to report.
My forked sundews, except multiflora extrema are leafless and dormant. Roridula is newer, too. Only the nepenthes are longterm residents, with the few drosera I have as well. I have a small cephalotus that’s also relatively new.

Here’s some of them:
What species or hybrid is that nepenthes. I love nepenthes.
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By EasyGrowsIt
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The pale green pitcher with the white collar under the peristome is Nepenthes albomarginata.
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