Mervinius

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  1. Yep this is fine! Anything to remove the pooping machines :-) Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  2. Can I borrow him? Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  3. LOL. Already got millions of cats here. Humph. Loads of flys in my greenhouse, unfortunately bumblebees and butterflies get stuck in there too. Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  4. Plenty here! Keep getting stuck zooming around my house. Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  5. It's very hot and dry in the greenhouse too. In fact probably a lot drier. I think it was 12% humidity in there today! I shall pop it out tonight and see what it looks like in the morning. I can keep it in the shade with my retundifolia. Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  6. Perfect thank you. I shall move him outside too. Do I need to do it gradually like hardening off other plants. Or can I just pop him outside tonight? Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  7. They did look worse and because I thought they'd got too hot I popped them outside. I've recently moved them into a shadier position. I'm in south Dorset so could grow them outside. It's very dry and hot here at the moment. The greenhouse is like an oven. My new filliformis's new shoots are going black at the tips? Is that because it is too hot aswell? My capensis is loving the heat and is smothered in flies. :-) Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  8. Hello. I've got three d. Retundifolia seedlings which popped up within other plants I bought. I moved them into a separate pot and they were growing really well. It then got really hot in my greenhouse and all their leaves dried up. I've moved them outside and they are partial shade for now. Are they dead? Or are they just dormant? Will they re grow this summer or is that it for this year. They are tiny seedlings. Is there anything I should do to help them? The third one looks even less alive. I tried to take a picture but it just looks like compost. :-(
  9. Ah. It looked different from mine, but then mine is alba. Well my collection is growing for free. :-) Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  10. Hello. In the last few days a Drosera seedlings has appeared in one of my pots and doesn't look like any of mine. I'm guessing it came within the soil of my newest acquisitions. :-) Does any know what it might be. Should I move it to a new pot now or wait till its dormant? Sorry for the poor photo, it was taken on my phone.
  11. Problem is now I can't decide what to get next. Soooo many to choose from. Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  12. Welllll I already have spare compost and pots so it would be silly not to really! Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
  13. Haha. I do want more... I want them allll. Originally only got three to help with greenfly in the greenhouse. Now they are taking over ;-)
  14. Hello. I've had three carnivorous plants for a few years. I rescued 4 sarracenia which were removed from a uk nature reserve due to being invasive last year. This March I treated myself to 3 new ones for my birthday. Anddd my first sarracenia finally flowered after 3 years. Truly hooked and trying to resist buying more! Here's a few pictures ....
  15. Ahhhhh yes it does look like one of those. Do I need to get rid of it? Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk