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  1. A few more to show....hope you like them !! Stirling Range National Park : Utricularia menziesii ( the last flowers of the season ) Drosera sargentii : Utricularia volubilis : Drosera pycnoblasta : D.callistos ( Brookton form ) : Drosera gigantea ssp. gigantea paradise !! Drosera gigantea....glistening in the morning sun : More pics on http://www.pbase.com/ignace/australia Cheers, Iggy
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  2. Dave. You need to go smoke some more pot and chill out.
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  3. Congrats! I'm envious since I'm not able untill now to acclimatize plants from my TC flasks.
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  4. There are more highland clones around other than Pasian, so not the same clones and not the same plants.
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  5. You should ask the grower in what conditions she/he has grown it. Mine is growing in lowland tank and it was originally grown in intermediate greenhouse.
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  6. Hi all So I am the owner of http://www.youtube.com/fnglazz I started the channel itself a few years ago, but a couple of years ago, I started uploading carnivorous plant videos that I have filmed. The idea was to share with the world why exactly I find these plants so damn cool. It has grown and grown and now has over 230 subscribers and over a million lifetime views. The reason why I am posting this here though is because I am hoping that any of you who have carnivorous plant videos will share them so I can put them on my channel. In return, you will obviously get credit and a link in the description of your choosing as a way to increase traffic to which ever site you choose. So if any of you have videos you would like to share, please do. Only two conditions: 1. The video is of reasonable quality 2. Either mute or no background music (normal background sound is fine though) I started my fascination with these plants when I was about 8 years old. Now I want to show the world why we CP enthusiasts find these plants to be so damned cool. I hope I can have your help in doing so.
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  7. Hi, This is what you would call the "debutant luck": More here: http://carnivorousockhom.blogspot.fr/#!/2013/01/already-update-of-my-pinguicula.html The flowers opened today and they were really pretty but I didn't have the time to photograph them. Hopefully tomorrow, I'll share some pictures with you. In the meanwhile, could you please give me some tips to pollinate the flowers please (I have 7 plants with flower scapes)? I just had those plants for about two months but being not at all a Pinguicula grower I expect them to collapse anytime so enjoy them while you can! All the best, Fran├žois.
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