Rogier vdg

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  1. Rogier vdg

    Mexican and Cuban pings pictures in cultivation

    Okay, no problem, I thought I'd ask. A clear answer. and no need for sorry. And by the way. Nice pictures
  2. Rogier vdg

    Mexican and Cuban pings pictures in cultivation

    I must say I am very charmed by the P. colimensis´╗┐. Would you, maurizio, be interested in a trade of a P colimensis or does anyone else would like a P. x Tina in exchange for a P colimensis
  3. Rogier vdg

    Nepenthes 'Smilodon'

    Yes indeed. Very nice. Brutal
  4. Rogier vdg

    Diseased Pinguicula?

    Thanks. I will
  5. Rogier vdg

    Diseased Pinguicula?

    Yes I will I use peat, vermiculite and spagnum 1:1:1 with a little spagnum on top
  6. Rogier vdg

    Diseased Pinguicula?

    Yeah, I thought as much. I have like ten or so other Pinguicula xTina, who are doing much much better, but I am dreading a spreading disease. I'll revert to my usual way of watering and I'm thinking of making a new and different ground mix
  7. Rogier vdg

    Diseased Pinguicula?

    Bonjour, I forgot to post a picture, but here it is. Maybe you're right. I did water it a couple of times from above, which I never did before.
  8. Rogier vdg

    Diseased Pinguicula?

    Hi Does anyone know why my P x Tina could be dying from the inside out? The centre leaves blacken while there rest look just fine. I already used a fungicide. Regards Rogier
  9. Rogier vdg

    Sarracenia - outdoor cultivation in Denmark.

    Well, I'm hoping that my S. psitt will survive outside, because I do not have that much room in my house to keep them there. Now they still only use a stamp seize space, but the seven plants will probably need more if they become adults.
  10. Rogier vdg

    Sarracenia - outdoor cultivation in Denmark.

    Very nice. What a great display! I love the flowers. I too know that some plants are much more hardy than one would think. My Dionea and Sarracenia are frozen solid right now and they have been last winter too. Even my Pinguicula x Tina looks like it has survived some frost. Having said this I do believe you when you say that the long cool spring and unreliable summer weather would be more a problem. I quess some short extremes can be dealt with from reserves, but long periods of wishy washy weather drain the strength, but that is just the thought of an amateur.
  11. Rogier vdg

    20190113_113546

    No, they are in a window sill and a couple of times a week under a day light lamp for a couple of hours. I was afraid it wasn't enough, but right now it is all I can do. The other things are either grass shoots and/or come from the spagnum.
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    20190113_113546

    S. Psittacina, in the centre a couple of days old still with the husk January 13th