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  1. Wait for nepenthes experts answer... it seems to me sun or light burn.. does the sunlight is stronger now on your windowswill?
  2. Roraimae is true... but it hasn’t a location;-)
  3. I think you can do it just now;-)
  4. If you cut a leaf and put it in live sphagnum in a plastic box closed (with temperatures about 20 degrees) it should work in around 15 days... the box mustn’t stay at direct sunlight;-)
  5. Yes, it is normal... dosera rotundifolia makes a lot of leaf pullings;-)
  6. Hi Natale!!! Beautiful shoot!!! Very happy for you Best regards, Serse
  7. Hi! pinguicula x Tina is very easy to grow, but you must know some things... it is a mexican pinguicula and it needs temperatures between 5 and 35 C... so you should cultivate it indoor in colder months... It needs a lot of light but not very strong direct sunlight, but it is not a problem for you If you grow it with orchids... I suggest you to grow it in a mineral substrate (pure sand for acquarium, pure volcanic lava or mixed mineral soil). Water: always 2/5 mm in the tray when it has carnivorous leaves. When it has non carnivorous lives it is like a succulent plant
  8. Wait for an expert, but it seems to me the hybrid you have said;-) ! I don’t think it is a pure lowii!!!
  9. Hi Rob! Thanks a lot for your help and very useful photos!!
  10. Thanks a lot, Darwiniana and Rob! I only grew drosera spatulata “Ahipara Gumfields, Northland, New Zealand” and it had longer and narrower leaves, so I’ve tought it couldn’t be a spatulata ... maybe another spatulata form or tokaiensis as you say!! ;-)
  11. Good morning! A friend bought a genlisea and in the pot has born this sundew. It grows in a terrarium. my friend think it is only a very common spatulata. It is very very slowgrowing plant and I think it could be a South American sundew. Could you help me in identification? I’ve only two photos of the plant. Thanks a lot!
  12. Thanks a lot for your answer!! Anyway your English is better than my Have a nice day, Serse
  13. Good evening! I’ve red different opinion about drosera hamiltonii, if this plant is self-fertile, if it needs hand-pollination or If it needs cross pollination to produce seeds... has anyone in the forum direct experience in producing drosera hamiltonii seeds? Thanks a lot! Serse