Zlatokrt, on 29 April 2013 - 18:11 PM, said:
I still cant believe, that all these plants are growing such well in the same conditions.
Neither can that pessimistic Will from Belgium, where is he now? LOL! :)
Anyway, how about another update? My Cephalotus is really taking off, here's a pic taken about a week ago:
And here it is today:
The new pitcher is even bigger than the previous one! Not only is it ~5.5cm long (about .5cm longer than the the one on the left), but it is also wider. I can't wait to see how big that new pitcher on the left will turn out to be - especially after feeding some of the pill bugs I caught on the wall to those two large pitchers. :)
Also, I think I've been able to make a leaf cutting of the D.schizandra, there's a tiny Drosera bud showing up nearby.
I've got a few new Pings in flower and was hoping someone here could help me with IDs.
The first mystery Ping is this one:
I'm suspecting this must be some kind of cross between P.moranensis (or P.hemiepiphytica?) and P.ehlersiae/ esseriana.
And here's the 2nd mystery Ping. I think it's a cross between emarginata and maybe agnata/ pilosa/ ibarrae (look at that short spur):
And here's the last mystery Ping, I suspect this may be emarginata X cyclosecta:
So what do you guys think these 3 Pings are?
Another Ping is in flower right now, a pink P.rectifolia:
Yesterday I went to California Carnivores, where I bought a few new plants for my wall, it's becoming quite diverse. :)
VFT green dragon (green? really?):
And this one will surprise many of you I'm sure... N.singalana X aristolochioides:
Might be nice to have a Nep vine hanging from the wall, we'll see. :) I also added leaf cuttings of several new Pings, U.reniformis, & 2 forms of U.livida.
Anyway, here's a panorama that my friend Stephen Davis took yesterday of my ~2.5m (~8ft) CP wall (before I added the new plants):
Hope you enjoyed it! ;)
All the best
P.S. Next, I'll be updating the post on the CP wall at California Carnivores, where Steve & I planted ~60 Pings + another ~10 CPs yesterday: http://www.cpukforum...showtopic=49298
Edited by Fernando Rivadavia, 19 May 2013 - 18:13 PM.