Sundewde

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About Sundewde

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    Reading, Walking, Orchids, Carnivorous plants

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  1. Hi, I took this photo using my new reversing ring for my camera lens.
  2. Hello, I should imagine that because you're in Italy you've had a much more gentle winter and the temperatures are starting to increase. I'm sure that this completely normal. I am in England and my Sarracenia have not yet come out of dormancy yet.
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    Bladderwort

    Some Utricularia blooms are triggered by long periods of wet followed by a period of dry. So for this period of dry, reduce watering and flower spikes should soon follow. Good luck
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    Pygmy Drosera

    Hi Rob, From my experience of growing pygmy sundews, they tend to last for about 3-4 years, producing at least 3 sets of gemmae over their lifetime. My most prolific pygmy is Hyperostigma, a lovely species with big, copper coloured flowers. Hope all is well, Billy
  5. Hi all, Just wanted to share this Drosera rotundifolia I found growing on Bodmin moor in the UK. They were once more widespread here, but following a recent expansion of the A30 road, a long strip of the plants were destroyed, along with some bog orchid species. This photo is taken of a population that grows about 200m from the road.
  6. Hi all, I just wanted to share a gorgeous flower from my Drosera hyperostigma. I find that this pygmy grows really well for me on a windowsill with LED grow lights supplementing the natural light.
  7. So I've got a pot of Pygmy sundews growing on my windowsill and growing in the pot alongside is a certain utricularia. Can anyone ID? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk