How to treat thrip damage on a pitcher plant

By |2018-10-18T18:24:43-07:00February 22nd, 2017|Pests|

Thrip damaged sarracenia leaf with the little buggers circled. Thrips - the bane of pitcher plant growers, the world over. These tiny devils invade your plants, carried to them on breeze or introduced by other infested plants. Thrips have asymmetrical mouths with the right mandible being vestigial, or missing all-together, and the left mandible [...]

Transplanting & Dividing Pitcher Plants

By |2017-02-21T06:33:34-08:00February 19th, 2017|Cultivation, Propagation|

Transplanting Sarracenia (North American Pitcher Plants): I spent a good chunk of last weekend transplanting Sarracenia from the cramped pots they had become root bound in, to larger 20 gallon containers where they will be able to stretch their rhizomes and send out new runners (in turn creating new plants). During the process, I [...]

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