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  • Brads Greenhouse says:
  • SafoCZ says:

    i watered my P. moranensis last in October, then let it totally dry out and
    watered on the end of February again. They are in good condition and they
    will show some flowers for me probably. So, the suculent rossete really
    works. No water for nearly 5 months and they look really good.

  • William Albert says:

    It’s good to see someone taking interest in the butterworts. I get the
    impression that they are often neglected and unappreciated in most people’s
    carnivorous plant collections.

  • Mz Sydney says:

    can i have pichr plant

  • Scott Schneider says:

    I have mine moranensis in 1/2 inch water in a saucer by my south side
    windowsill. Wood you say that is the way to grow them in august?

  • Scott Schneider says:

    Do you mist the leaves? 

  • fifi corina says:

    do you use tap water to water them?

  • APCWORLDSUXAZ says:

    hi all, are there any types that dont need to winterize. o is there a way
    to trick them with like a fridge, because i live in a condo and the deck is
    just to cold for the small planted pots, i always lose what ever i leave
    out there. i just recieved two little plants , a pitcher and a flytrap but
    they are so tiny i dont wanna put them outside /cry lol.

  • bobo cackowski says:

    Do you ever get seeds?

  • Muammar says:

    Mine is covered in thrips… 

  • Pogue Mahone says:

    Hiya, Brad. Sorry to be an inquisitive pain in the glutes, but I was
    wondering, do you use a certain ratio of the aforementioned soil
    ingredients, or is it like a standard 1:1 peat:perlite, and then throw in
    like half-parts aquarium gravel/calcium sand? I’m curious because I have a
    few P. moranensis that did quite well for a stretch of time, but I’ve had
    to do frequent repottings over the past half year in desperate attempts to
    keep them alive (they’d do fine for a while, then start developing
    progressively dying leaves, but hopefully it’s not “browning heart
    disease”), and I’m hoping your CP expertise and wisdom might give me an ace
    up my sleeve.

  • happybuddyperson says:

    I recently discovered my Ping moranensis could be a Ping potosiensis. I
    can’t tell the difference between them; can anyone share what the
    difference is? The flowers and rosettes are nearly identical, and their
    location in Mexico is nearly the same. Also, Brad, what do you grow your
    Ping gigantea in? I’ve used pure peat, peat with perlite, perlite turface
    and sand, and pure vermiculite for various different clones of P giantea,
    and I have one on a lava rock. I have personally found a mineral soil
    allows them to grow faster.

  • PlantzNThings says:

    I’m sad that at the moment i’m not able to view this video 🙁 I can watch
    every other video on my list… what the heck! I’ll come back later 🙂 

  • Jim Braun says:

    Great video. Are those the teeny tiny plants you got in summer?

  • Growing Things says:

    That was great video Brad I love my butterworts. I have the ones with the
    long strap like leaves. they hanv’t flowered yet but still waiting. With
    the calcium carbonate what else would you recommend to use in lew of the
    calcium sand additive to up the ph properly? 

  • 74nickk says:

    how do you get them started I’m not having any luck from seed…. I’ve been
    using a jiffy greenhouse 12×5 with strained and rinsed jiffy peat moss and
    a little bit of perlite .. used rainwater to established bog state… and I
    have them under a 150w grow light…. not exactly direct light its been 7
    days and no luck….. but my venus fly traps are thriving

  • SteffanKiel024 says:

    The P. jaumavensis is great! I love the small one!

  • RaY GinG says:

    Nice Plants
    Did you try Leaf pullings?

  • Criss Portillo says:

    Do you sale plants potted??? I’m interested if you sale live in California 

  • ovrrode says:

    The plate to the left what was the one in the middle of the plate called?
    it was the plate you ended vid on. long thin leaves. thanks for the info
    if possible

  • 8404249 says:

    hello! I enjoy your videos a lot, and im a big fan of carnivorous plants.
    And I want to start a collection of my own, do you know where is the best
    place to buy a venus fly trap or a pitcher plant? it will be really
    helpful. well keep up the good work and keep the videos coming!!!

  • Chitra c says:

    Hi Brad where do you live?

  • nery colon 1 says:

    They really are beautiful. Do they eat mosquitos? I’m planning to by new
    plant and thinking is these plants eats mosquitos it be great.

  • Brads Greenhouse says:
  • SafoCZ says:

    i watered my P. moranensis last in October, then let it totally dry out and
    watered on the end of February again. They are in good condition and they
    will show some flowers for me probably. So, the suculent rossete really
    works. No water for nearly 5 months and they look really good.

  • William Albert says:

    It’s good to see someone taking interest in the butterworts. I get the
    impression that they are often neglected and unappreciated in most people’s
    carnivorous plant collections.

  • Mz Sydney says:

    can i have pichr plant

  • Scott Schneider says:

    I have mine moranensis in 1/2 inch water in a saucer by my south side
    windowsill. Wood you say that is the way to grow them in august?

  • Scott Schneider says:

    Do you mist the leaves? 

  • fifi corina says:

    do you use tap water to water them?

  • APCWORLDSUXAZ says:

    hi all, are there any types that dont need to winterize. o is there a way
    to trick them with like a fridge, because i live in a condo and the deck is
    just to cold for the small planted pots, i always lose what ever i leave
    out there. i just recieved two little plants , a pitcher and a flytrap but
    they are so tiny i dont wanna put them outside /cry lol.

  • bobo cackowski says:

    Do you ever get seeds?

  • Muammar says:

    Mine is covered in thrips… 

  • Pogue Mahone says:

    Hiya, Brad. Sorry to be an inquisitive pain in the glutes, but I was
    wondering, do you use a certain ratio of the aforementioned soil
    ingredients, or is it like a standard 1:1 peat:perlite, and then throw in
    like half-parts aquarium gravel/calcium sand? I’m curious because I have a
    few P. moranensis that did quite well for a stretch of time, but I’ve had
    to do frequent repottings over the past half year in desperate attempts to
    keep them alive (they’d do fine for a while, then start developing
    progressively dying leaves, but hopefully it’s not “browning heart
    disease”), and I’m hoping your CP expertise and wisdom might give me an ace
    up my sleeve.

  • happybuddyperson says:

    I recently discovered my Ping moranensis could be a Ping potosiensis. I
    can’t tell the difference between them; can anyone share what the
    difference is? The flowers and rosettes are nearly identical, and their
    location in Mexico is nearly the same. Also, Brad, what do you grow your
    Ping gigantea in? I’ve used pure peat, peat with perlite, perlite turface
    and sand, and pure vermiculite for various different clones of P giantea,
    and I have one on a lava rock. I have personally found a mineral soil
    allows them to grow faster.

  • PlantzNThings says:

    I’m sad that at the moment i’m not able to view this video 🙁 I can watch
    every other video on my list… what the heck! I’ll come back later 🙂 

  • Jim Braun says:

    Great video. Are those the teeny tiny plants you got in summer?

  • Growing Things says:

    That was great video Brad I love my butterworts. I have the ones with the
    long strap like leaves. they hanv’t flowered yet but still waiting. With
    the calcium carbonate what else would you recommend to use in lew of the
    calcium sand additive to up the ph properly? 

  • 74nickk says:

    how do you get them started I’m not having any luck from seed…. I’ve been
    using a jiffy greenhouse 12×5 with strained and rinsed jiffy peat moss and
    a little bit of perlite .. used rainwater to established bog state… and I
    have them under a 150w grow light…. not exactly direct light its been 7
    days and no luck….. but my venus fly traps are thriving

  • SteffanKiel024 says:

    The P. jaumavensis is great! I love the small one!

  • RaY GinG says:

    Nice Plants
    Did you try Leaf pullings?

  • Criss Portillo says:

    Do you sale plants potted??? I’m interested if you sale live in California 

  • ovrrode says:

    The plate to the left what was the one in the middle of the plate called?
    it was the plate you ended vid on. long thin leaves. thanks for the info
    if possible

  • 8404249 says:

    hello! I enjoy your videos a lot, and im a big fan of carnivorous plants.
    And I want to start a collection of my own, do you know where is the best
    place to buy a venus fly trap or a pitcher plant? it will be really
    helpful. well keep up the good work and keep the videos coming!!!

  • Chitra c says:

    Hi Brad where do you live?

  • nery colon 1 says:

    They really are beautiful. Do they eat mosquitos? I’m planning to by new
    plant and thinking is these plants eats mosquitos it be great.

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