Carnivorous Plants and Their Habitats - Volume One - Signed by the author
Author : Stewart McPherson
Language : English
This work profiles the natural habitats and environmental requirements of each genus of carnivorous plants to provide horticulturists with a clear and focused understanding of the specific conditions which these remarkable plants require. By understanding the strange worlds in which these unusual and often spectacular plants naturally grow, horticulturists will be better equipped to successfully cultivate and study them.
List of the chapters :
- Tables Turned: A New Natural Order
- Carnivorous Plants of the World
- Evolution of Carnivorous Plants
- Associated Life : Mutualists and Infauna
- Habitats of Carnivorous Plants
- Snap Traps
- Pitcher Plants
Each book is signed by Stewart McPherson. Order yours quickly !
Characteristics : 15,5 x 22,9 cm - 723 pages - hardcover
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About the Service Plus
(1) Unless otherwise stated, the plants are shipped bare root, wrapped in moist sphagnum moss. Prepare everything you need to repot them upon arrival. Each Tillandsia and Neoregelia is wrapped in a dry padded box.
(2) With the Service Plus (when available), the plants are shipped in their original pot, in a protective box, with a "Karnivores" label on which you can write the name of the plant. There's no need to repot them upon arrival, and acclimatization is much faster and easier.
Batch of 2 Dionaea muscipula to be wrapped in the plastic bag.
Plants getting bare root, preparation of wet sphagnum moss and identification label.
Disposal of the sphagnum moss around the roots so as to ensure perfect protection and hydradation during the transport.
Wrapping of the plants and closing of the bag with the identification label.
Disposal in the cardboard box with protecting bubble paper, so that the elements cannot move or be flattened.
Our packaging "Service Plus".
Pot containing 2 Dionaea muscipula, with its future plastic box and its color identification label.
Disposal of the pot in its place. For the prostrated plants, the pot is covered with dried sphagnum moss and placed in a bag, which prevents the content from going away in the box. For erected plants, some cellophane is placed around the pot, leaving the foliage free.
Closing that immobilizes the pot, and placing of the color label that allows to identify the box content straightaway.
Disposal in the cardboard box with protection chips or bubble paper, so that the elements cannot move or be flattened.