Things have started to get rolling now that I’ve had a moment or two here and there to work on the site a little bit. Recently I’ve created a mailing list and added a photo gallery feature to the website. See the respective story links below for more information!
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TBCPC will once again be at the USF Botanical Gardens Spring Plant Sale which this year will be on April 12 & 13.
Chelsea says “We have some very nice plants from Mike Rink” that we will be selling. There will be “over 60 vendors representing plant clubs, societies and commercial growers will be selling their plants at the Festival.” but we all know you will want to come see us!
Hours are 10am - 4pm Saturday the 12th, 10am - 3pm Sunday the 13th, and admission is $3 for the general public.
Come see the TBCPC at the USF Botanical Gardens Fall Plant Sale coming up the weekend of October 12 & 13th.
Don’t forget: the October meeting of the Tampa Bay Carnivorous Plant Club is coming up on Wednesday the 9th at 7:30PM in the Jimmy Keel Regional Library on Bearss Avenue in Tampa, FL. Topic of discussion will be the upcoming Fall Plant Sale at the USF Botanical Gardens.
Posted by: Derek Glidden on Wednesday, September 11, 2002 - 10:35 AM EST
The September meeting of the Tampa Bay Carnivorous Plant Club will be tonight (Wed., Sept. 11) at 7:30PM in the Jimmy Keel Regional Library on Bearss Avenue in Tampa, FL.
I’ve set up a photo gallery software on the site. If you are a registered user, you can log in and upload photos of your plants (or whatever, but be reasonable. :) into the photo gallery. Click the “Gallery” link under “Modules” on the left side of the page to access it.
The TBCPC-talk mailing list has been created as a public list for general discussion among Carnivorous Plant enthusiasts. It’s primarily focused on Florida, but anyone is welcome to join. Visit the list subscription page for more information.
I apologize that I had to reinstall the code today, so if you had created an account before then, it got deleted and you’ll have to re-create it.
However, it also means that I’m about finished with all the configuring and fine-tuning of the site, which means that the new site is now officially open for business!
This is a little bog garden I made on my back patio this year. It’s made up of $1.95 decorative blocks from Home Depot and some UV-resistant construction plastic. I transplanted half a dozen plastic containers of pitchers, sundew, flytraps and a few others into it and the whole thing is doing fantastic. Photos taken near the end of the year, so lots of plants are going dormant.