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Carnivorous Plants FAQ Page
... plants from seed? Tell me more about the Waterwheel Plant (Aldrovanda). Tell me more about the Rainbow Plant (Byblis). Tell me more about the Albany Pitcher Plant (Cephalotus). Tell me more about the Cobra Lily (Darlingtonia). What is a cultivar? How do I submit a name for a new carnivorous plant ...
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... Article List Skip to main content Australian Carnivorous Plant Society Inc. 9 Ryan Ave Woodville West SA 5011 Australia Home Seedbank Bookshop Articles Photo ... Miles Harper 05 Mar 2006 9:54 AM Cephalotus follicularis - The Albany Pitcher Plant – 05 Mar 2006 8:35 AM © 2006 ACPS Enquiries ...
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Cephalotus, Carnivorous Plants Online - Botanical Society of America
... of the pitcher is red to purple, a color range that is evidently attractive to insects. Like the mouth of pitchers of the "true" pitcher plant, Nepenthes, the mouth of the Albany pitcher plant has smooth ridges. These point the insect toward the inside of the pitcher. The ridges are smooth, and ...
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"Coastal Carnivores" Carnivorous Plants: Cultivation Tips
... pitcher. Common names include sun pitchers, marsh pitcher plants, and pitcher plants. Cephalotus Refers to the structure of the leaves and flowers. Common names include Albany pitcher plant, Western Australian pitcher plant, and pitcher plant ...
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"Coastal Carnivores" Carnivorous Plants: Cultivation Tips: Cephalotus
... Utricularia Genlisea Nepenthes Drosera Aldrovanda Drosophyllum Triphyophyllum Bromeliads Cephalotus The Albany pitcher plant is another oddity in the carnivorous plant world. It inhabits a small range on the western coast ... end up as a meal. The entire pitcher is covered in bristly hairs which aid in reflecting heat away from the plant. Also interesting is that Cephalotusproduces at least ...
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... (Dionaea) Portugese Dewy Pine (Drosophyllum) Trumpet pitchers (Sarracenniaceae) Includes Sarracenia, Heliamphora and Darlingtonia. Albany pitcher plant (Cephalotaceae) Rainbow plants (Byblidaceae) Tropical Pitcher Plants (Nepenthaceae) Butteworts (Pinguicula) Bladderwort (Utricularia) Corcscrew traps (Genlisea) Carnivorous Bromeliads? (Catopsis ...
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Carnivorous Plants Online - Botanical Society of America
... Eudicots, Rosids, Eurosids I Order: Oxalidales Family: Cephalotaceae Genus: Cephalotus Albany or Western Australian Pitcher Plant One species occupying peaty swamps in southwestern Australia. For more ... California). For more Darlingtonia californica information CLICK HERE Family: Sarraceniaceae Genus: Sarracenia Pitcher Plant Currently 10 listed species occupying habitats in eastern North America ( ...
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Clematis Texensis Duchess of Albany
Clematis Texensis Duchess of Albany C. texensis Duchess of Albany A clear pink with rose-pink bars. The pitcher shaped 1.5" (4cm) flowers are produced from July through September on a 8-12' (2.5-3.5m) plant. Pruning group C
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Cup of Tea 1 2 3 All about Herb Tea
... like your tea sweetened, add the sugar or honey to the pitcher before the tea starts to brew. A quick stir afterwards ... several weeks after bloom. Cutting the plant back after it flowers will help regenerate the plant and cause it to produce more ... Fred Thompson, Copyright 2002, with permission from Harvard Common Press, 535 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118, www.harvardcommonpress.com Herb's Favorite ...
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