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  1. gardenofeden

    Sarracenia flowers but No pitcher's?

    Flowering often delays pitcher production
  2. gardenofeden

    Couple of Piggybackers

    The drosera looks more like nidiformis, not intermedia. The 2nd plant is a willowherb, remove it ASAP
  3. gardenofeden

    how to get rid of moss

    I don’t think flooding will have any impact on the moss
  4. gardenofeden

    Identification, please?

    I’m sure BCP sold these as burkei “possible hybrid”
  5. gardenofeden

    Terranium plants

    Some of the larger utrics like humboldtii, alpina & longifolia would do well
  6. gardenofeden

    Red Spider Mite in the middle of winter, out of nowhere.

    Many populations of spider mite are resistant
  7. gardenofeden

    Maxsea fertilizer 16-16-16

    Liquid seaweed is not a fertiliser, it has very mild fertilising effects and provides trace elements.
  8. gardenofeden

    Red Spider Mite in the middle of winter, out of nowhere.

    Never had spider mite on neps, but I would have binned it too. Better off with a proper acaricide, you can get small quantities off eBay, like Floramite as imidacloprid doesn’t really touch them.
  9. gardenofeden

    Granite Grit

    I use grit and or perlite with melcourt, doesn’t really matter. Usually perlite as it’s easier to get.
  10. see individual country rules. You’d be amazed at what you can’t post to Germany, hardly anything IS allowed
  11. France, Germany and Italy don’t allow you to send plants
  12. gardenofeden

    Westland peat moss

    Westlands is the one to avoid
  13. gardenofeden

    Botritis prevention

    control, no help prevent, yes
  14. gardenofeden

    Botritis prevention

    there is no fungicide to control Botrytis available to the amateur grower in the UK. Best to prevent through good light levels, good hygiene and good airflow. Remove and dispose of infected plants or growth points.