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Growing carnivorous plants in bog gardens (PDF) A presentation by John Nielsen AUSCPS Canberra meeting, July 2019
The Society will be at Stall 76 this year, on the lawn in front of the Grandstand. See you there! Saturday April 6, 8am to 4pm Sunday April 7, 9am to 4pm Hawkesbury Race Club 1 Racecourse Road Clarendon NSW … Continue reading
Full download: Carniflora News, March 2019 (PDF)
Full download: Carniflora News, January 2019 (PDF)
The Society will be at the KSA Koi, Pet and Garden Show this year. When: Sunday 20 May 2018 0900 — 1600 Where: Fairfield Showground Smithfield Road Prairiewood NSW We hope to see you there.
The Society will be at Stall 67 this year, on the lawn in front of the Grandstand. See you there! Saturday April 7, 8am to 4pm Sunday April 8, 9am to 4pm Hawkesbury Race Club 1 Racecourse Road Clarendon NSW … Continue reading
The Australasian Carnivorous Plant Society will be at the Penrith Reptile Expo this weekend. Sunday 04 March 2018 0900 to 1600hrs Penrith Panthers Marquee Mulgoa Road Penrith NSW 2750 This will be our first attendance at the Reptile Expo. We’d … Continue reading
Full download: Carniflora News, December 2017 (PDF)
Drosera erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa by Kirk Hirsch Drosera erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa is striking with its colourful red band around the leaf margin. The larger leaf, flat rosette tuberous sundew also glistens in the morning dew.
Sundews and bladderworts: Discover Tasmanian native carnivorous plants By Paul McIntyre Australian Broadcasting Corporation Darren Cullen’s collection of flesh-hungry flora ranges from the commonly found and produced carnivores to rare endemic plants. “We get people travelling here to see Tasmanian … Continue reading
Watch Stewart McPherson’s June 2017 talk on the discovery of Nepenthes attenboroughii:
Nepenthes Red Leopard, a.k.a. Nepenthes ventricosa-squat x maxima, is a fast-growing hybrid developed by Geoff and Andrea Mansell. From the International Nepenthes Grex registry: N. Red Leopard (ventricosa-squat x maxima) Female parent: N. ventricosa squat Male parent: N. maxima Breeder: … Continue reading
This site is slowly being updated to copy older material from the AusCPS Blog. If you think something is missing here, do drop by at the blog. Welcome to the official web site of the Australasian Carnivorous Plant Society. The … Continue reading