Argo88

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  1. Very nice!! Well done!!!
  2. Great photos, Jeff!!!! Well done!!!
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    pings outside now

    Wonderful plants, Ada!!! They are very happy
  4. Wonderful plants!!! Amazing colours!!!
  5. Very interesting plant!! I don’t knew it! Thanks for sharing!
  6. The “compact” Gigantea from seed has flowered just today... here I put some photos... the p. Gigantea alba has divided itself... maybe my p. Gigantea alba is not a sterile clone... in the next days I’ll discover it
  7. It is a very strange weather.. I’m in Udine, near Venice, in North-east of Italy... here the bigger amount of rain is in November... it is a very strange thing that rain a lot in April-may!!!!
  8. Thanks a lot, Dunc!! Today here is the first sunny day after more than a month of every days rain... so my plants are all a little greenish;-)
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    Drosera roots

    Hi! I don’t have this plant, but it is a very good thing that a plant has good healty roots... but it needs to be reppoted in a bigger pot that contain all the roots
  10. Hi! I’ve a question... I use as company plants for cephalotus some droseras... In the past I’ve sown some droseras rotundifolia... Now I have a single plant that is a little different from the other ones that I grew... Is it a rare thing that a one year old Drosera rotundifolia, before to flower for the first time, divides itself in 3/4 plants and at the first bloom it is making 4 flower stalks? The plants is quite typical, a little bigger than other mines... the biggest trap is large 1,5 cm
  11. Very nice looking plant!!! Well done!!
  12. Wonderful plant in an excellent pot!!! You have made a stunning composition!!!
  13. If You want a lot a plant from Your country, better if You ask on this forum if anybody grows yet carnivorous plants with locations UK (if obtained from legal trade)... let wild plants and seeds in wild!! some days ago in sale and wants section there were uk Drosera rotundifolia seeds.. and if I’m not wrong, there are some UK nurseries that sell seeds with location;-)
  14. Beautiful photos!!! Well done!!! Even they are very common, I can look at p. vulgaris an drosera rotundifolia for hours, and I have a lot of fan growing them: they are perfect!!!!
  15. Hi Rob! You say good things and I agree with You... here I don’t want to know the exactly location of those plants, but the Country... for example, when I speak about p. poldinii “Carnia” or p. alpina red “Carnia” I speak of a part of Alpes, in Friuli Venezia Giulia (a Italian Country) of hundreds kilometres... so if a man tell me that the photos were taken, for example, in Piemonte (another Italian Country of hundreds kilometres) I know that this popolation is in the opposite side of North Italy... so I don’t think that it is dangerous for wild populations... but I agree with You that using the name of the single mountain or valley in wich the plants are growing is very dangerous!! have a nice day, my friend! serse
  16. Could You tell me the location? So I can write to Italian carnivorous plants forum members of this location and ask them if they have some photos of wild plants... I’m sureI’ve red that 3 yellow spots were a typical drawn in a location, I don’t remember well if in Slovakia or in which country...so if it is true that I’ve red it should be typical of some locations of plants, and the yellow drawings should be a stable characteristic... if not, they could be an occasionally characteristics... now I try to study this thing! Thanks a lot for Your help!
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    Deep purpr flower

    Beautiful plant!!!
  18. Thanks Jeff!do You know Where are they from exactly? Because I’ve never seen Italian pings with 3 yellow spots
  19. I’ve just seen photos of italian p. alpina from all north Italian country... I’ve seen my photos of the rare (in Italy) lowland form (that grows at sea level).. they all have two yellow spots fused (like in Fabrizio’s picture)... please, if You know of Italian p. alpinas with a different number of yellow spots or without it (in this case I think it could be a “p. alpina alba”) post the photos here... I’m very interested in this plant
  20. If I’m not wrong, p. Alpina in Italy have only this yellow drawing form
  21. Wonderful setup!! Are they in a greenhouse with white cover against too much sun? p.s.: the p. Vulgaris from Carnia that I’ve published in a post is the motherplant of the seeds that I gave You... Have You had a good germination?
  22. Nice to see another Italian Pinguicula so well grown!!!