Plant of the Month February 2019

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  1. WillyCKH

    WillyCKH CPSC and PotM Moderator Staff Member

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    Carnivorous Plant Society of Canada
    Plant of the Month (POTM) contest Rules:

    1- One plant per entry. If there are more than one plant in the picture(s), the member may state the participant.

    2- The plant must be grown by the member for at least 3 months, or is grown from seed by the grower.

    3- The picture(s) have to be taken in the month of the contest.

    4- No 'In situ' plants. Only cultivated plants are allowed.

    5- Multiple pictures of the same plant can be posted, in the same post.

    6- The plant must be clearly identified.

    7- Members can POST the entry from 2019-02-01 to 2019-02-28 included.

    8- Entries will be voted from 2019-03-01 to 2019-03-10. Voting dates might vary.

    9- The winner of each month will be recorded in the Plant of the Month CPSC HALL OF FAME.

    10- Only one entry per member, in one post. Please avoid changing your entry.

    Good luck! International members welcome!
     
  2. Dogrem

    Dogrem Carnivorous Plant Addict

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    N. Vieillardii
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    WillyCKH CPSC and PotM Moderator Staff Member

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    Pinguicula debbertiana "metallic purple"
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  4. Samskwatch

    Samskwatch Carnivorous Plant Addict

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    Here is a N. naga x ?.
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  5. Lloyd Gordon

    Lloyd Gordon Parasitic Plant Aficionado Staff Member

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    IMG_20190215_172713156_HDR.jpg Here's my Heliamphora heterodoxa (from maiden) flower spike and pollen.
     

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  6. ellsie

    ellsie Plant

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    Wow Lloyd, you weren't kidding about the mass of U. gibba taking over the bottom of your trays! :eek:
     
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  7. StickyIcky

    StickyIcky Carnivore

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  8. Lloyd Gordon

    Lloyd Gordon Parasitic Plant Aficionado Staff Member

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    And on top of the U. gibba mat, there's also U. calycifida & nephrophylla and D. hamiltonii growing like crazy.
     
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    For variety: Venus flytrap (typical)
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