Rita

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  1. >we have a terrible post service expecially when importing and lots of boxes I don't agree, Luca, I'm sorry. None of my boxes has been lost, nor when I send nor when I'm the buyer. Repeat: only swap (most part seeds) I'd like to get :) Rita
  2. Hello TMS, I bought last week two Sarracenia from Suzy Jenner. They arrived yesterday in very good condition and very well packed in a box. She also send me the labels with plant name I use for my new two pots. Hope your plants arrive soon, please let us updated, and hope you will feedback positive. On the contrary, I change subject, I don't understand why I never got swapped plants or seeds. Do you knwo why? :) When I buy and pay for plants or seeds the italian post works very well. When I swap plants with no-italian growers the italian post doesn't work well and I got nothing...al
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    Roridula dentata flowers after two years from sowing.

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    Drosophyllum lusitanicum

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    Drosera macrantha ssp macrantha

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    Flowering Roridula gorgonias

    © Rita Corino

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    R. dentata

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    Roridula dentata from seeds.

    © Rita Corino

  8. Thank you very much, Andreas. Corrected my mistake :) My Martynia claws are still there, some on the table and some in water. Any suggestion? Greetings :) Rita
  9. Thank you very much, Jim. More or less the same I do with ibicella or proboscidea, M. annua claw is a bit different and very hard, cannot open it. Here a pic: http://waynesword.pa...s2/unicor6b.jpg Rita p.s. sorry for mistake in the title of topic, cannot change it.
  10. Hi all, I have got some Martynia annua claws but I have some problem opening them and get seeds free: to hard! I put claw in water for days but it's seems impossible to open without damaging seeds. Any suggestion? Thanks, Rita
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    Roridula dentata

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    Roridula dentata
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    Pinguicula jaumavensis in Bonsai pot
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    Pinguicula esseriana in Bonsai pot
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    Help Drosera ID

    Thank you very much, Dieter. Now my ideas are more clear. I can say: I have two different forms of D. platystigma. What surprise me is: I've never caught them in full flower, nor at noon! I can't beleive it. My fantasy brought me to think about a strange cleistogama form :) Greetings, Rita
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    Help Drosera ID

    Dieter, thanks for your help. Few years ago I got few gemmes of D. platystigma. They developed in only 3 or 4 plants, so the year after I prepared a new pot and re-poted some gemme of my D. platystigma. Actually I have two pots of D. platystigma: the first one with the original very nice big and orange flower. The second pot with the "strange" no-evident-petals flower I asked your ID help. I labelled both of them "D. platystigma" and those days I've noticed the strange flower and think I could mis-labelled the secondo pot. Wait for your opinion... Thank you very much :) Rita
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    Help Drosera ID

    Here pics of plants and flowers again. I took them at 12 o'clock, the strange flowers never have visible petals. Rita
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    Help Drosera ID

    Thanks Jim. You meant like this: PICS I don't have pics of plants, will take it tomorrow. Rita
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    Help Drosera ID

    Hi all, could you help me ID this (pygmy) drosera? This is the flower: Thanks, Rita