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#1 zedmanfil

 
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Posted 26 February 2012 - 16:08 PM

Hi!

This is my collection :)
I've started cultivating CPs about a year ago with a Sarracenia purpurea (photo number 7).

Drosera aliciae (recovering after a serious lack of sunlight)
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Drosera dielsiana
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Drosera capillaris "Long Arm"
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Drosera capensis 2
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Dionaea muscipula
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Sarracenia farhamii
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Sarracenia purpurea
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Sarracenia catesbaei
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Dionaea muscipula seedlings
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Sarracenia (catesbaei or purpurea?) young
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Drosera nitidula seedlings
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Drosera pulchella seedling
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Utricularia lateriflora
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Pinguicula tina
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Nepenthes alata
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Utricularia sandersoni
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Pinguicula tina 2
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Utricularia warbugii
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Drosera nidiformis seedlings
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Cephalotus folicularis (inside of an improvised greenhouse :D)
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Its only missing a Sarracenia flava and a Utricularia graminifolia (my latest acquisition)

Regards

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 16:14 PM

Nice collection :))) i just wonna ask you, how do you fight with this white bad things on Pinguicula tina 2 ( how do it calling in English? ) ? :)

#3 zedmanfil

 
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Posted 26 February 2012 - 17:00 PM

Thanks :D

You mean on top of the leaves? That's not a disease or something like that. I have my pinguicula leaves like that because I have a cage of canaries on top of it. So when they eat they leave a mess and my plants get dirty.

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 05:06 AM

hi...
Most of the plants are looking like the plants which are grown underwater and I like first and fourth one plant because these are looking most beautiful.

#5 zedmanfil

 
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Posted 04 November 2012 - 17:00 PM

Hi everyone! It has been a long time since of came here last so it´s time for an autumn uptade ;)

Dionaea muscipula
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Drosera aliciae
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Drosera capensis
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Drosera capillaris 'Long arm'
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Drosera dielsiana
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Drosera spatulata
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Nepenthes x ventrata (new aquisition - 20/10/2012)
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Nepenthes campanulata x maxima
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Sarracenia catesbaei young
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Sarracenia farhamii with a bonus...
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Sarracenia farhamii
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Sarracenia flava
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Sarracenia purpurea
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Utricularia lateriflora - blossoming flower
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Utricularia sandersoni
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Utricularia warburgii
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Regards

Edited by zedmanfil, 05 November 2012 - 14:04 PM.


#6 dyzio

 
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Posted 04 November 2012 - 18:55 PM

nice flower of Utricularia warburgii, looking cool. Shame, that I dont have more utricularias.

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Posted 04 November 2012 - 19:07 PM

Wow beautiful plants, Zedmanfil. All with very vivid colors and healthy appearance. Congratulations, because its cultivation is impeccable.

Best Regards,

Rodrigo

Edited by Rodrigo, 04 November 2012 - 19:08 PM.


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Posted 05 November 2012 - 12:39 PM

Your "nepenthes Alata" is not an "Alata" but an hybrid : x Ventrata.

Great photos ! ;)

#9 zedmanfil

 
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Posted 05 November 2012 - 14:03 PM

Your "nepenthes Alata" is not an "Alata" but an hybrid : x Ventrata.

Great photos ! ;)


Thanks for the info. I'll change its name. When I bought it, it was labelled "alata" but I suspected that it would be a x Ventrata.
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Wow beautiful plants, Zedmanfil. All with very vivid colors and healthy appearance. Congratulations, because its cultivation is impeccable.

Best Regards,

Rodrigo


Thanks Rodrigo. All the droseras sarracenias and dionaeas are outside. The nepenthes are inside. I try my best to provide them with thw best possible conditions.

nice flower of Utricularia warburgii, looking cool. Shame, that I dont have more utricularias.


Thanks. yes that flower is extremely beautiful ;)