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werds    105

To begin my current growlist:

Cephalotus folicularis

Darlingtonia californica

Dionaea muscipula

Dionaea muscipula ´Bohemian garnet´

Droseras:

adelae

aliciae

auriculata

filiformis

capensis

prolifera

binata var.multifidia

regia

ascendens "red"

spatulata

tubaestylis

madagascariensis

Droseras petiolaris complex:

Drosera paradoxa

Pygmys:

ericksoniana x pulchella

nitidula

scorpioides

carbarup

microscapa

"Lake Badgerup"

Heliamphora heterodoxa

Nepenthes:

Rebbeca Sopper

x ventrata

hookeriana

truncata "Lowland Form"

Pinguiculas:

x Tina

x Weser

Grandiflora

Emarginata

Lusitanica

Cyclosecta

Esseriana

Sarracenias:

purpurea spp. venosa

stevensii

x farnhamii

"Red Neck"

Juthatip Soper

Psitacinna

Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora (Giant red tube, Apalachicola NF, FL, var.rugelii style)

leucophylla

Stylidium:

Stylidium debile

Utricularias:

calycifida

dichotoma

gibba

lateriflora

sandersonii

warburgii

alpina

calycifida "White flower"

longifolia var.forgetiana

Brocchinia:

reducta

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werds    105

Some photos(aren´t recent):

Greenhouse :P

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Dionaea muscipula(I)

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Dionaea muscipula(II)

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sphagnum:

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Drosera capensis:

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Flower:

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Dionaea muscipula(III)

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Drosera scorpioides:

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Cephalotus:

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Dionaea muscipula(IV):

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werds    105

Flower of sarracenia purpurea

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Sarracenia purpurea:

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Sarracenia(?)

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Drosera filiformis:

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Drosera binata multifidia and drosera filiformis:

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Sarracenia stevensii:

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Drosera prolifera:

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heliamphora heterodoxa:

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Darlingtonia:

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Flower de drosera filiformis:

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Flor of drosera binata multifidia:

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Dionea:

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werds    105

2 Nepenthes rebecca soper

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nepenthes ventrata

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nepenthes rebcca soper:

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Drosera prolifera :oops: :

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Utricularia sandersonii:

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Nice shots:P

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Work team :P

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Nice catch

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werds    105

New plants:

Sarracenia "juthatip soper" ; 2 drosera ascendens; pinguicula weser

Ruler have 25cm:

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Guest Andreas Eils   
Guest Andreas Eils

:ohmy: The poor butterfly!!! How can you!!!!

:wink:

Poah, what a mass of pictures! If you live in Portugal you must have a lot of sunny days. Your Drosera ascendens looks very nice. The Sarracenia psittacina looks very strange - like it would suffer on lack of light! *???* If it´s a pure S. psittacina at all. But to judge on the purity of a Sarracenia plant is a job for the Sarra experts. ;o)

Good luck with your plants!

Bye

Andreas

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werds    105

The alleged psittacina was bought a nursery and what seems like they were treated very badly (peat was dried :wall3: ) , and no sunlight.

, as i had pity on them I decided to buy . In the spring they should show it´s true beauty

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Guest Andreas Eils   
Guest Andreas Eils

The alleged psittacina was bought a nursery and what seems like they were treated very badly (peat was dried :wall3: ) , and no sunlight.

, as i had pity on them I decided to buy . In the spring they should show it´s true beauty

Ah! It´s everywhere the same with CPs in garden centers and non-specialised nurseries I guess. ;-) With lots of water and sun your Psitta will for sure look gorgeous in spring/summer. Please post pictures then. :yes:

Bye

Andreas

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zeeland    1

nice plants, I think your prolifera has to much light! you schould get it out of the full sun!

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werds    105

Amazingly prolifera does not get direct sunlight , but strong indirect sun . Now in the winter is in the terrarium.

She likes to be in my house, she gave me with her flower stolon 5 plants :Laie_98:

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werds    105

I forget to say that she was bad in that time but after 1 month she was like that:

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werds    105

Drosera aliciae:

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Sarracenia going out dormancy

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Pinguicula weser( its a flower coming soon?):

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werds    105

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New plants:

Dionaea muscipula ´Bohemian garnet´

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Drosera tubaestylis:

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Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora (Giant red tube, Apalachicola NF, FL, var.rugelii style) :

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Spots :

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