Welcome to our blog!

Welcome!

This is our new blog where we will be posting photos and updates about plants and greenhouse through out the year. It’s been great to meet old and new friends at the shows and our open weekend. Thank you for the support this year and I wish everyone has a Merry Christmas and a happy new year. 

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  1. What should a Sarracenia grower be doing this time of year with plants which have not lost their traps (they have been in a well lit garage window since November but despite a few very cold nights, half the traps are still green). Should you cut back green traps as well as the dead ones? They are looking a bit sorry.

    • hampshirecarni

      Hi
      Don’t worry wait for the traps to turn brown then you can cut them off. If not, near the end of February when the new traps start to appear you can cut the old traps then.
      Regards Rebecca

  2. You actually make it appear so easy along with your presentation but I find this topic to be really something which I feel I’d never understand. It sort of feels too complicated and very vast for me. I’m looking forward on your subsequent put up, I?¦ll attempt to get the cling of it!

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