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California Carnivores has a new web site

Posted by flytrpl8e z8b CA (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 18, 06 at 21:04

Check it out. It is still a work in progress . More pictures of the nursery will be added soon.
new products/new prices/new options
www.californiacarnivores.com
Thanx for listening
Lois


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RE: California Carnivores has a new web site

i saw that. it was cool


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RE: California Carnivores has a new web site

i like the new pictures they displayed, along with the website's Navigation control. Hoping to see more Cp Pics.


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RE: California Carnivores has a new web site

Saw your new website too and the pictures are quite impressive.

P.S. My D. burmannii finished flowering and is now recovering after it shrank in size.


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RE: California Carnivores has a new web site

Hey there Hunter,
That is not really my website per se. I jest work there.

D. burmannii is an annual. so save the seeds and sew them next spring. you should have a bunch of plants next year.
Congrats, You must be doing something really right to get it to recover after blooming.They usually jest die.


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RE: California Carnivores has a new web site

If you cut the blooms off, would the plant live?


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RE: California Carnivores has a new web site

Hey there Ahughes,
If you cut off the bloom, it may live a couple of weeks longer.
But as the term annual implies, it will only live for one growing season.
Cut off the flower and then you have no seeds to start the plants next year.


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RE: California Carnivores has a new web site

Hi all,
My burmannii is already sending a 2nd flower stalk and its smaller. I don't think it will survive this time after it shrunk 1/2 its size from its first. I don't even think it may flower at all.

Anyways, I like how the top portion of the page cycles pictures of CP, especially the one that shows the little frog sitting what looks like D. hamiltonii.

Hope to see you next year.


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RE: California Carnivores has a new web site

I'm glad they finally updated it, and they also have some awesome new plants too.

hunter, it's D. aliciae (or some other related South African dew).

-Ben


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