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@TidyTigerpear avatar @TidyTigerpear · 2w
#WhatTheSuccWednesday 💚 Hey guys, haven’t been here recently, I’ve definitely been reconnecting with nature and spending time outside during my break! I’m going through some tough personal things and having to make some big decisions that can really impact the rest of my life. I’m trying my best to get through it, but sometimes that causes me to be distant or avoidant of things I like… like posting on Greg! So I’m gonna be posting a couple plant updates back to back, cause I’ve got some pretty cool things I wanna share that I haven’t had the chance to show off the past two weeks! Hope everyone is & their plants are doing great! • Sedeveria ‘silver frost’ - I’ve had a couple different IDs for this girl… still not 100% about her current ID lol. But anyways she’s putting off a new growth point in photo 1, and two could possibly be a flower stalk, or another growth point! This is a #Propagation or #proplift from walmart, that my boyfriend clawed out of a planter from Walmart… some may say that’s stealing but I don’t think so… 3- big creepy spider living in my ghost plant… so I’ve had lots off webs on all my succs, I don’t mind them because they eat other bugs, but this one is just a lot bigger than then the other guests… he spent most the day here but was gone by the evening.. 😵‍💫 4- new pachyveria ‘Little Jewel’ my mom got me, when we took a trip to Home Depot, for bug netting. the cicadas are taking over her yard and veggie garden 😳 5- Echeveria Aphrodite so close to blooming! Can’t wait to sees those flowers! 🌺 #GrowingSuccs #PropagationStation #Propagation #proplifter #PropDontShop #HappyPlants #BloomingSuccs #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #SucculentSquad #Succulents #Succulent #Sedeveria #Pachyveria #Echeveria #GhostPlant #SucculentLove #NewGrowth



@Merranda avatar @Merranda · 2w
✂️Carnivorous Plant Propagations 🌱 Hello #cpclubthursday ! I recently asked a question about vft propagations, which led to me going down a rabbit hole of how to propagate varying CPs. Here's what I found! 🪰Venus Fly Traps🦷 •Flower Stems: ☆With all of the Venus Fly Traps in the Northern Hemisphere coming out of dormancy comes a lot of flower stalks! You may of heard conflicting things about letting your vft flower. My personal opinion on this is that if you want seed & your plant is healthy enough, let it flower. Here's the thing though that I've wondered -- can you do anything with the flower stems once you cut them (if you don't want it to flower of course)? It doesn't seem like this always works from my research. I am currently trying this method, and people seem to put the flower stalks in soil 2 different ways. They're either put horizontally or vertically. I'm not entirely sure if it matters whether its a part of the stem with the flower buds or not. I'll make a post about it if I see anything from mine. Some resources: □ https://https://https:// •Leaf Pullings: ☆Some people call these leaf cuttings, but leaf pullings makes a lot more sense. This is extremely simple. Venus Fly traps grow out of a rhizome, and every trap is connected to said rhizome. When taking a leaf pulling, you take one of the **exterior** Traps and pull it off of the rhizome. Make sure that when the trap gets pulled off it has a bit of the rhizome attached to it still. The tip of the leaf should have a firm white part on it, that's the rhizome piece that came with it. Resources: □ https://https:// •Seeds: ☆Back to the flower stalks! This time, instead of cutting them, you'll want to let them bloom then pollinate the flowers. Try to use 2 separate vfts, as self pollination can yield some strange results.. Resources: □ https://https:// 🪲Sarracenia🎺 •Rhizome Division: ♡Like Venus fly traps, Sarracenia grow from a rhizome. This rhizome can be divided. Make sure to divide during their winter dormancy, as it could harm the plant a lot during the growing season. Resources: □ https://https:// •Seeds: ♡Pollinate those Sarracenia flowers! Not too much to say here. Resources: □ https://. □ https://. 🐞Nepenthes🫖 I'm not going to be able to explain this nearly as well as these resources: □ https://https://https://https:// These are just some carnivorous plants! Feel free to add anything that I mightve missed. Any and all input is appreciated 😁 #propagationstation #propagation #propagationfever #carnivorousplants #carnivorousclub #plantaddict #plantsmakepeoplehappy #venusflytrap #sarracenia #nepenthes #pitcherplant

@Merranda avatar @Merranda · 2w
Accidental duplicate post ! Whoops, ignore 🌱✂️Carnivorous Plant Propagations 🪰🐛 Hello ! I recently asked a question about vft propagations, which led to me going down a rabbit hole of how to propagate varying CPs. Here's what I found! 🪰Venus Fly Traps🦷 •Flower Stems: ☆With all of the Venus Fly Traps in the Northern Hemisphere coming out of dormancy comes a lot of flower stalks! You may of heard conflicting things about letting your vft flower. My personal opinion on this is that if you want seed & your plant is healthy enough, let it flower. Here's the thing though that I've wondered -- can you do anything with the flower stems once you cut them (if you don't want it to flower of course)? It doesn't seem like this always works from my research. I am currently trying this method, and people seem to put the flower stalks in soil 2 different ways. They're either put horizontally or vertically. I'm not entirely sure if it matters whether its a part of the stem with the flower buds or not. I'll make a post about it if I see anything from mine. Some resources: □ https://https://https:// •Leaf Pullings: ☆Some people call these leaf cuttings, but leaf pullings makes a lot more sense. This is extremely simple. Venus Fly traps grow out of a rhizome, and every trap is connected to said rhizome. When taking a leaf pulling, you take one of the **exterior** Traps and pull it off of the rhizome. Make sure that when the trap gets pulled off it has a bit of the rhizome attached to it still. The tip of the leaf should have a firm white part on it, that's the rhizome piece that came with it. Resources: □ https://https:// •Seeds: ☆Back to the flower stalks! This time, instead of cutting them, you'll want