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Thursday 31 December 2015

Some Random updates ...

Drosera Prolifera : This is my 2nd attempt, so far so good.

Darlingtonia Carlifornica : The cobra lily

Drosera Venusta : The weed around it looks kinda cool

Byblis Guehoi : The plant has been cut down after reaching 1 meters long. New shoots appears

Drosera Adelae always steals the show

Sarrcenia  Judith Hindle : In neps its call a "Leaf jump" In sar we call it pitcher jump?

N Rebecca Soper : One of the latest pitcher

N Northiana : The cutting's first pitcher

N Ampullaria : Finally putting out a lot of ground pitchers, this is what they do best and what we love most about amp!

N Bicalcrata : Still holding it's reputation as the Fanged pitcher

Tuesday 29 December 2015

Drosera Erythrorhiza ssp. erythrorhiza Var Imbecilla

Tuberous sundew is hard to grow here, but a hobbit with access to controlled environment wishes to try. Here's one of the few that is growing well.

D. Erythrorhiza ssp. erythrorhiza Var Imbecilla

08 Dec '15

21 Dec '15

24 Dec '15

29 Dec '15

Sunday 27 December 2015

VFT dormancy

It's getting colder and more rain end of dec now. I've decided to some of my VFT a deep dormancy for at least 2-3 months, the rest of the seedlings remains growing in my rack.

Here's just a few of them.

Fresh LFS sprayed with fungicide

Ready to go in the fridge - See them after feb...

Friday 25 December 2015

Welcome to my blog on carnivorous plants

Tish Carnivorous Plants

My hobby used to be Macro Photography, I was adventurous and would go into the fields taking photos of bugs and critters. When I was browsing on google+ one day, I chance upon a photo of a fly struggling to get out from a carnivorous plant's trap, It was a Dionaea Muscipula. That photo trigger my next hobby which is keeping Carnivorous plants.

I started my carnivorous plant journey then and at the end of 2012. My first plant was a Venus fly trap growing from seed. When I made the purchase, I was reading everyday for inform on caring for VFT. I became active in forums.

I combine both of my hobby Macro photography and Carnivorous plants and I been posting macro photos of Carnivorous plants online. Soon I got into making videos, so I went into YouTube & Facebook. By then people has been asking for my website. I figured it's time I should start one.

I don't really sell Carnivorous plants but the surplus I have from diversion and seeds. I figured I don't really need a website for sale or organization. I see people posting stories about their plants. That suits me and I've decided on a friendly base blog site. This is where I ended up as I used to write blog on my motorbike and touring on it.

This blog would contain my adventure from 2012 which is in the process of updating with time stamp as close as possible to the original. The progress is ongoing and the pace should be quick as they would be copy / paste and minor edit.

Update : Blog transferred till 2013 Aug be continued

Thursday 24 December 2015

New Plants for Dec!

Christmas came early! I actually gotten these plants early Dec, but is late posting here. 


S. Red Apache

S. Judith Hindle

N. Ventricosa

DM. Bristle Tooth

DM. Giant All Red

DM. Archangel

DM. Alien

DM. Dingley Giant

DM. Low Giant

DM Dutch

Monday 21 December 2015

Random Photo update for Nov - Dec 2015

It's been a while since I've update some photos. As it's near to end of the year. There's so many events going on so I have lesser time on the net. But I have not stop taking photos. So here's the late update.

N. Miranda

N. Rafflesiana - The roots seems very happy.

N Rebecca Soper - However, I got many comments on the moss

N. Lady Luck

N Lady Luck - Nice color

N. Ampullaria - Cute pitcher ready to balloon up.

N. Hookeriana - This one shows very nice color on the outdoor

N. Bicalcrata - The one without a lid

N. Bicalcrata - Another clone with wet fangs

N. Campanulata

N. Ampullaria - Tiny ground pitchers

N. Ampullaria - The ant has some good skills. It didnt fall in.

Byblis Liniflora - This one went crazy, the stem is as thick as my thumb

Sarracenia - Growing well under my grow rack

Heliamphora Minor - Still growing well

Pinguicula Moranensis Hybrid Tiny leaf pulling

D. erythrorhiza ssp. erythrorhiza - Pushing out well under 25C

Drosera mix - No idea what these are

Darlingtonia Carlifornica

Cephalotus F - One of the latest addtion

Byblis Guehoi - almost 1 meter tall, at 80cm now...