Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Hampshire Carnivorous Plants
22 followers
22 followers
About
Hampshire Carnivorous Plants's posts

Post has attachment
The Greenhouse
Everything is growing really well at the moment, Sarracenia, Drosera and Dionaea are really flying away and you can almost see them grow by the day. We are using a lot of rainwater at the moment as we do every Spring but this year we have had very little ra...

Post has attachment
The Greenhouse
Everything is growing really well at the moment, Sarracenia, Drosera and Dionaea are really flying away and you can almost see them grow by the day. We are using a lot of rainwater at the moment as we do every Spring but this year we have had very little ra...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Update on the plants
The warm weather has been great for the plants, most of the Sarracenia have flowered and we are now starting to crossbreed the Sarracenia.  As for the Flytraps and Sundews they have new traps and are looking good for our first show of the year Malvern. We a...

Post has attachment
Spring has sprung!
The weather is warming up now and it seems like today has been the warmest this year! As for the plants, they are really starting to move now, the unheated greenhouse is full of Sarracenia buds I think the first flower will open sometime next week. All the ...

Post has attachment
New Payment Gateway
We are using a new payment gateway called Klarna. Klarna checkout is quick and easy to complete and you will only need to enter absolutely necessary details. Customers can use familiar payment methods, or benefit from Klarna’s ‘pay after delivery’ option, m...

Post has attachment
Open Weekend Date
The dates for our next open weekend will be on the 12th & 13th of August 2017 from 10am to 4pm each day refreshments provided, and a wide range of plants available for the beginner to the keen collector including many rare forms, well worth a look. We are a...

Post has attachment
Update on our plants
The plants don't look their best this time of year but don't panic! Just cut back all the dead and brown leaves keeping the plants tidy and leave the green ones. New leaves will start to grow around the end of February. Our temperate plants, venus flytraps,...

Post has attachment
Cephalotus winter care
Winter care for Cephalotus This overcast, damp foggy weather we have had here on the nursery this last week can be the kiss of death for Cephalotus . Be vigilant and remove any dead pitchers or leaves, these are best pulled out gently rather than cut off.  ...

Post has attachment
Wait while more posts are being loaded