Personal Web Ring Sites

Site Owner         Site Name                 Description
Reiner Martin Drosophyllum.com - world of the killerplants My page is mostly in German (at the moment), but I'm also working on the English section. The German version includes detailed describtion and cultivation advice for about 100 species. There are more than 400 high resolution pictures of carnivorous plants. The English version includes a quite long article about cultivation of Roridula and Heliamphora.
Jogaila Mackevičius Musėkautas Lithuanian newsletter for the carnivorous plants growers
Yaron Raz Yaron's Carnivorous Plants - Hebrew A hobbyist's blog in Hebrew, with guides and tips about growing carnivorous plants in Israel.
Anthony Killian Crazy Carnivores On our site is information on growing carnivorous plants, it has our plants and what we are doing in our greenhouses.
Vikke Hirmukasvit / Carnivorous plant blog I want add my CP blog to the Web ring. Hirmukasvit means in Finnish 'Carniplants' or 'scaryplants'. I write the posts Finnish and English, so the languages are English and Finnish. And all photos are my taken.
Marrom Rosliny-owadozerne.pl Carnivorous plants - forum for fans of insectivorous plants such as dionaea, sarracenia, nepenthes, pinguicula...
Jason Ng Tish Tish's Carnivorous Plants Started on dec 2012, this blog site is like a diary and my carnivorous plant journey in Asia, Singapore. I hope this site will be beneficial to others who wants to know about keeping CP in asia in details. Many wonderful photos and video and some entries of wild Carnivorous plants as well.
Makoto Honda Insectivorous Plants in the Wilderness Cobra plant pitcher anatomy. Photographs of carnivorous plants in the wild. Many USA species. Carnivorous plants world map for each genus. List of species.
Oliver Brodt Motzis World Welcome to Motzis-World. I will show your photos and descriptions about carnivorous plants, especially plants from Germany and Florida.
Richard Bunn Irish Carnivores Tumblr blog about growing carnivorous plants in Ireland, indoors, outdoors and in the greenhouse.
Barry Rice Galleria Carnivora A virtual photography gallery of carnivorous plants and their habitats. Bathrooms are on all floors.
Aaron May The Sundew Grow Guides This website is a horticultural guide for growing sundews. The goal of this site is to answer every possible question a beginner sundew grower might ask. However, what makes this site unique, is that each species in the Genus Drosera is covered in detail. Eventually, I will cover every sundew I've ever grown. If you browse through the pages, you will see that almost every possible detail is explained. I normally start of by discussing general facts about the location and group the sundew belongs to, and then I cover all tips that new and experienced growers need to know about the plant. It may take a few years to completely finish it, but I have a lot of valuable info posted already- around 20 pages total so far. I will continually add info as I learn more information. A few collegues of mine have begun a collaboration with me in order to include information about the cultivation and propagation of other carnivorous and tropical plants, like Nepenthes.
Annuaire Carnivores Annuaire Carnivores Tout sur les plantes carnivores : cephalotus follicularis, dionées, droseras, heliamphoras, Sarracenias, pinguicula, nepenthes, utriculaires et non carnivores : orchidées, bonsaï et autres plantes
Forbes Conrad aldrovanda.com - botanical photography Photographs of carnivorous plants found in the wild and botanical images of cultivated specimens. Field trip reports and observations.
arie cohen arie's carnivorous plants site The only site in Hebrew (mirror in English)info,photos video's and links to all CP lovers.

 

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