A beautiful, protected bog in the New Jersey Pinelands has fallen victim to poaching, with hundreds of adult Sarracenia purpurea being taken.
A South American species not seen very often in cultivation, Drosera solaris is a small jewel that’s well worth the bit of extra effort required to grow it.
Here we dive offer a detailed description of D. neocaledonica as well as the conditions needed to succeed with this plant in cultivation.
As the snow melts away, the Sarracenia begin to jolt back to life. During this transition, how can you best ensure that your plants thrive?
South American Drosera are beautiful but notorious for their difficulty. Here we examine a species that is both stunning and somewhat forgiving.
It’s always exciting to meet other growers from your area. It’s even more exciting to meet those growers in the context of an expanding CP society!
Summer heat can really do a number on highland plants. Luckily, they bounce back when temperatures cool down.
Despite being the largest genus of CPs, Utricularia are often overlooked. Not this species, though - it simply demands attention.
The largest annual gathering of CP growers in the Northeast is always a big hit. This year was no exception!
You’ve seen (and likely bought) their top-notch material advertised on the web - here’s a look at the greenhouse behind the whole operation.
Majestic, stately, and just a little temperamental - managing the King is not hideously difficult, but a delicate touch is appreciated.