Purpurea360

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  1. Hi guys Can anyone please tell me what type of moss the below is? I'd really like to cultivate more of it, it's super
  2. Thanks guys, much appreciated, I've moved some of the plants to the windowsill as my Pinguicula is really developing fast and taking up space in the tank!
  3. Hi all, I've got some drosera, butterworts, utricularia and pitcher, and wanted to ask which is better for them to thrive; my windowsill, or grow tank with 7500k plant lighting. I realise the pitcher will do better on the windowsill as they require a dormancy, something I'm hoping the natural seasons will take care of, but for the others I'm not sure whether my window receives enough direct sunlight. Right now the plants are beginning to flower etc in their tank, which is maybe daft of me to now consider changing their parameters. I've attached pics of the two options below:
  4. Hi all, I recently picked up bladderwort and sundews from my local Dobbies Garden Centre, housing them below in a glass tank, with a 7k led designed for aquatic plants. I've got about an inch of RO water, with the plants in individual tubs, with morning mistings. Is this a suitable set up for these plants? I'm wondering whether the lack of humidity will affect them, or if there is something different I can do to help them. I'm keeping a close eye for insects being caught, with bloodworm available in case not. If this is a suitable set up, id like to add some more species that will do well, without the need for dormancy, and low relative humidity. Open to suggestions! Many thanks
  5. Hi all, Thanks for letting me join the forum! Looking forward to learning more on here and translating that to my plant care! Currently I'm keeping a sarracenia purpurea, a couple of drosera, and a bladderwort! Best wishes Colin