Jeffrey Michael Stein (
Fri, 8 Jul 1994 12:04:37 -0400 (EDT)

I recently obtained a cephalotus. I planted it in a 4" pot and kept it
severly soaked to try to reduce the shock. I've been gradually reducing
the water level, and I noticed that over the week all of the old growth
has turned yellow. But, new stuff seems to be sprouting in the middle
(yes!). Is this a normal reaction?

I have seen mould growing along the rim of my nepenthes where the nectar was
stock-piled. But never on any of my sarr's. The fungi never spread/damaged the

Does anyone have any excess tuberous Drosera that they would be willing to

And finally, I'm considering starting some disease resistance
experiments with CP. I need a plant which can be propagated easily
(seed and cutting), grows fast, and obtains a fairly large size. I was
considering D. capensis, does anyone else have any other suggestions?
Any of those "CP greenhouse weeds" will do.

Thanks much!
Jeff from MSU