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Intersection of product, design, and entrepreneurship.
Intersection of product, design, and entrepreneurship.

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Need new carpet? Consider Nepenthes ampullaria! It's self-cleaning, when you really think about it... 🤣
New Nepenthes ampullaria page live! To say N. ampullaria is unique, among a sea of unique Nepenthes, would be an understatement. The plant leans heavily on a vegetarian diet, playing host to critters that help it digest debris that falls from the forest canopy above. Learn more about this neat little Nep: https://carnivorousplantresource.com/the-plants/nepenthes-ampullaria-carnivorous-plant-resource/

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Termites beware...
New Nepenthes albomarginata plant page live on CPR: https://carnivorousplantresource.com/the-plants/nepenthes-albomarginata
Nepenthes albomarginata looks like it’s going on a fancy date, all dressed up with a classy white collar - but that collar serves a more sinister purpose...

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Support artists, plant conservation, and continuous improvements to a valuable community tool all while picking up a piece of art that speaks to you!
Holy smokes! Excited to announce the launch of the Art Marketplace on CPR! https://carnivorousplantresource.com/shop/ Check out the awesome botanical art, and pick up a piece for yourself + a friend! A portion of proceeds will be donated to the International Carnivorous Plant Society for conservation and research!

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A great way to support artists, plant conservation, and continuous improvements to a valuable community tool!
Holy smokes! Excited to announce the launch of the Art Marketplace on CPR! https://carnivorousplantresource.com/shop/ Check out the awesome botanical art, and pick up a piece for yourself + a friend! A portion of proceeds will be donated to the International Carnivorous Plant Society for conservation and research!

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I always thought Drosera filiformis was a gorgeous little plant and unique sundew. Never knew about the evolutionary uniqueness of D. x hybrida until researching this article!
An except from our brand new plant page on Drosera filiformis:
I’ve heard Drosera filiformis referred to as nature’s anti-aircraft gun for its ability to snipe flying insects out of the air. It’s more commonly called the thread-leaved sundew due to its slender, filamentous leaves. These leaves unfurl from a center rosette, reaching up towards the sky in an effort to tempt low-altitude insects into taking a detour to Sticky Town.

Check it out here: https://carnivorousplantresource.com/th…/drosera-filiformis/

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"I’ve heard Drosera filiformis referred to as nature’s anti-aircraft gun" 🤣
An except from our brand new plant page on Drosera filiformis:
I’ve heard Drosera filiformis referred to as nature’s anti-aircraft gun for its ability to snipe flying insects out of the air. It’s more commonly called the thread-leaved sundew due to its slender, filamentous leaves. These leaves unfurl from a center rosette, reaching up towards the sky in an effort to tempt low-altitude insects into taking a detour to Sticky Town.

Check it out here: https://carnivorousplantresource.com/th…/drosera-filiformis/

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Carnivorous Plant Resource is working on a marketplace for for botanical artists. It's aimed at connecting them with the CP community and has a conservation and research angle:
Calling all artists! We’re readying our artist marketplace and we want to feature YOUR beautiful carnivorous plant artwork + accessories and help you sell it to folks in the community! We will be donating a portion of proceeds to the ICPS for carnivorous plant conservation + research efforts.
This is our last push to onboard artists ahead of the marketplace launch, so if you’d like to be a part of the launch festivities, please get in touch today!
Register at the link below or message me with questions. All mediums welcomed! Tag a friend you think would be interested.
https://carnivorousplantresource.com/sell-with-us/
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An opportunity for botanical artists aimed at connecting them with the CP community with a conservation and research angle:
Calling all artists! We’re readying our artist marketplace and we want to feature YOUR beautiful carnivorous plant artwork + accessories and help you sell it to folks in the community! We will be donating a portion of proceeds to the ICPS for carnivorous plant conservation + research efforts.
This is our last push to onboard artists ahead of the marketplace launch, so if you’d like to be a part of the launch festivities, please get in touch today!
Register at the link below or message me with questions. All mediums welcomed! Tag a friend you think would be interested.
https://carnivorousplantresource.com/sell-with-us/
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Transplanted a couple of Nepenthes a few weeks ago, and thought I'd document it and write up a guide for posterity. Let me know if you have any other unique tricks to help get your plants situated in a new home.
Nepenthes looking cramped because you're growing it so dang well? Here's a step-by-step guide to help you repot that bad boy/girl: https://carnivorousplantresource.com/2018/05/transplanting-and-repotting-nepenthes/

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Sarracenia 'Leah Wilkerson' - it's big, it's beautiful, and it's naturally-occurring:
Sarracenia 'Leah Wilkerson's' largest recorded pitchers are more easily measured in units of Godzilla than inches, coming in at 50 inches (130cm) tall. Lean more about this gorgeous pitcher plant hybrid on CPR:
https://carnivorousplantresource.com/the-plants/sarracenia-leah-wilkerson/
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