If your carnivorous plant is showing poor growth, discoloration, abnormal leaves or possible infestation, the expert growers at Sarracenia Northwest can help! They have a great depth of experience dealing with diseases, pathogens, and abnormal growth in carnivorous plants.
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Hi Clayton, That's a young Cape Sundew, Drosera capensis. Nice score. Treasured plant by some, considered a weed by others. I've always really liked them. Good Growing! Jeff Dallas Sarracenia
Hi Debra, Thanks for the photo. That clears that up. This is a Sarracenia, a North American Pitcher Plant. These are hardy perennials. That's why when you said tropical I thought you meant something
Hi Ben, Unless it's one of the more distinct varieties such as Akai Ryu, Cup traps, Dente, etc...it's really hard to spot identify. I submitted a question to Matt at Flytrap store here on Allexperts
Hi JP, Thank you for the Chocolate. As long as you didn't send out a Tweet questioning "Orange Julius Caesar" or the size of his inauguration crowd, you should be fine. Find a bar of Russian chocolate
Hi Brad, If you're using dusting sulfur, just sprinkle a very fine amount over your seeds when you sow them. That will give you about the same coverage as you get with a spray solution which is a suspended