Ian Salter

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About Ian Salter

  • Birthday 01/24/1967

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    Neath valley, South Wales
  • Interests
    cycling, Lau gar kung fu, P.Cs, C.Ps.

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  1. we had a very good open day this year, 12 people attended, the weather was good, and I got many new plants myself. Thanks all. Ian and Dianne.
  2. I understand Andy, Mike we will keep some back for you but it will have to be reheated. Ian.
  3. Also to let you all know I have labeled over 400 plants for sale covering 200 plus clones. Ian.
  4. We are treating everyone who arrives between 10am and 11am (roughly) to a cooked Welsh breakfast. If you are intending to join us early for food then please let us know so you don't miss out. Ian and Dianne.
  5. ah ok Alexis, I only intended to do some blurb and a link and that came up and I thought coool. I didn't even know it would work like that.
  6. 12, Maes-Y-Tyra, Resolven, Neath, SA11 4NN. What details Alexis, like the address you mean?
  7. Sorry but it looks done for, the best you can do now is empty it out and see if there is any good material in there. more than half of mine did this recently. (sorry wrote this when I saw your last photo then realised I missed a load of posts)
  8. remove the dead material and keep the plant fresh and cool it may continue to be ok.
  9. I would lean towards heat stress, I have lost a load recently (including clone 1 Stuart and they had the biggest pitchers) since the heat went up there has been problems here. from what I have learned when there are signs of decline above there is already trouble below.
  10. most likely ventrata as it was once very common for them to be sold as alata. N. Alata is usually green with large wings hence the name. Ian.
  11. very good and very unique.
  12. I grow all of mine in Tom pots also known as Rose pots, The idea is to plant the rhizome about half way down and either fill in with media or Sphagnum moss. The good thing about Sphagnum moss is in Spring new growth is not hampered by a bound up layer of typical moss (or you can remove the thick mat of moss and top up with loose media. Ian.
  13. To be fair that is a great varied collection.
  14. If the Spring Sun is mild then just keep plants moist but simply if the sun is blazing hot then you will need to make sure they are in water or they can overheat. Ian.