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  1. It was banned from sale in 2016 as it's considered invasive and a threat to native plants. Probably best to avoid!
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  2. I have use both extensively. I prefer just neat coir chips these days, but the melcourt works well too, get better rootgrowth in the coir
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  3. Hi Tim Thanks N. northiana (Bau, Sarawak, Borneo, Malaysia) - Borneo Exotics clone, plant bought in 2013 Regards, Chris
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  4. Eden black (origine JJL) Big boy Dudley watt German giant Carnivore giant Eden black (origine JJL) Pascal giant Eden black bouture
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  5. Hi all, the same procedure as every year: My plants of U. menziesii showing first flowers after division and repotting. In the german cp society GFP i have posted a complete manual of this beautiful species.... best regards Tobias
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  6. https://www.rosliny-owadozerne.pl/forums/topic/16780-20211120-capensi/ -
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  8. i think cp's in the wild come across more nutrients than some think,pure RO or the like contain nothing,most in situ pics i have seen of cp's they grow alongside many other plants that do not have the ability to eat bugs.
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  9. hi lucien .... can you tell me more about the pascal giant?
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