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  1. Nepenthes Macrophylla seeds

    Honestly I don´t think that five seeds are worth sowing them IV. Mostly you need much more to succeed with only a few of these for there are many deaf ones in a pod among all. Failure-rates in sowing neps are too high to get at least one seedling from only five seeds. So I´d suggest sowing them by yourself for the low amount isn´t worth the efford of sowing them IV and IF they will germinate at all they´ll also do so under regular conditions. My own experience.
  2. Nepenthes Macrophylla seeds

    Honestly I don´t think that five seeds are worth sowing them IV. Mostly you need much more to succeed with only a few of these for there are many deaf ones in a pod. Failure-rates in sowing neps are too high to get at least one seedling from only five seeds. So I´d suggest sowing them by yourself for the low amount isn´t worth the efford of sowing them IV and IF they will germinate at all they´ll also do so under regular conditions. My own experience.
  3. Drosera id

    This is definitely not D.burmannii or D.sessilifolia,if even if you purchased seeds labelled with these. Could be D.spathulata or D.venusta perhaps. Some rosetted Drosera are difficult to distinguish,at least for me.
  4. Why don´t you ask him/her personally???
  5. Germinating Nepenthes

    Nepenths-seeds germinate within 6 weeks earliest if fresh.They do so without any heating and not very much light. I always sow them on pure peat in small,clear plastic-boxes like used for salads. Just drain a few small holes in the cover. If single seeds begin to mould just remove them using tweezers.
  6. P.longifolia

    Can you post a pic of the complete wall please?
  7. Koen's pictures

    Which equipment did you use?
  8. ID Nepenthes flava x ?

    Or you ask the seller which other species grew in the near of the plant he harvested the seeds of.Maybe he still remembers that. At least you can limit the possible pollinators.
  9. I've got a big one...

    ....and a very big container to give room to the roots to spread.
  10. Late autumn color 2016

    Same as mine,thanks!
  11. Late autumn color 2016

    What temps do you currently have within the night?
  12. www.carnivoria.eu

    I´m at a loss for words! These offenses are a case for an advocate.That´s no fun anymore.
  13. Cephalotus Autumn Colour

    How did you grow a leaf-pulling within just one year to this size?
  14. Where is everyone?

    Correct! But to be honest I´m intending to enrol at fb for the cp-groups.
  15. Cephalotus typical from Charles Brewer.

    Hello Dimitar, it seems that each of your plants that grows in a relatively small pot is especially big respectively builds exceptional big pitchers. Can you confirm this? Here in germany growers propagate to use big pots for cephs,but honestly I´m not sure if this will be of a big advantage for the plants. Besides I´m thinking about repotting some of my bigger plants. When would you recommend doing so? Now or better in spring?