Trifid 2012/2

  • volume 17
  • ISSN 1214-4134
  • pages 44
  • closing date 31. 8. 2012

Pavel Brzeska

The author left carnivorous plants 10 years ago and now he has returned to his hobby. He decided to grow plants from his old seeds and now you can read which species germinate willingly and which don´t.

Karol Gazdik

Photographs and experience from observing Genlisea traps through a microscope.

Gerald Comte

A field report from the journey through Florida. You can read not only about Sarracenia genus, but also about Drosera, Utricularia and some non-carnivorous plants.

Patrik Hudec

A report from the carnivorous plants exhibition organized by Darwiniana and Botanical Garden of Charles University in Pague.

Jan Novák

A report from the journey to Patagonia in South America, which was focused mainly on cacti.

Jakub Štěpán

Jakub visits Czech carnivorous plants in their habitats very often. In this article you can read about the expansion of Utricularia vulgaris in last few years.

Adam Veleba

Experience with growing and a description of this plant which is known for only a few years.

Adam Veleba

Experience with and information about the impact of light-emitting diodes (LED) on growth of carnivorous plants.