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  1. Received my order last Saturday and been very satisfied. Nice plants, two or three mostly and quick delivery. Everything‘s fine!
  2. If you should ever have spares of them please let me know! Currently rebuilding my temperate ping-collection.
  3. Hi Jeff, do you have any hardy pings for spare?
  4. Depends on several conditions. There are two different clones which will build extreme big (perhaps even the biggest) pitchers,but within these this also differs if grown under different condions. So the biggest that I´ve ever seen are the show plant "Howells´Giant" from David Svarc and "Eberhard König" from Matthias Maier. As far as I know Davids´secret is a bigger pot every new season,while Matze feeds his plant with Osmocote (maybe David too,but don´t know about that). Apart from that they´re both grown under greenhouse conditions,but I´m not sure anymore in which soil. But however,both clones can reach a much bigger size than Dudley Watts.
  5. Do you have some spares?
  6. The plant you received from me???
  7. Hello Maciej, thanks a lot for being patient with me and my questions! If you should ever have a spare section of the H.elongata and the red H.exappendiculata please let me know. I´d be very,very interested!
  8. I don´t remember if I already asked you before,but would like to know which lightening you´re using to achieve these wonderful colours.
  9. Honestly I don´t think that five seeds are worth sowing them IV. Mostly you need much more to succeed with only a few of these for there are many deaf ones in a pod among all. Failure-rates in sowing neps are too high to get at least one seedling from only five seeds. So I´d suggest sowing them by yourself for the low amount isn´t worth the efford of sowing them IV and IF they will germinate at all they´ll also do so under regular conditions. My own experience.
  10. Honestly I don´t think that five seeds are worth sowing them IV. Mostly you need much more to succeed with only a few of these for there are many deaf ones in a pod. Failure-rates in sowing neps are too high to get at least one seedling from only five seeds. So I´d suggest sowing them by yourself for the low amount isn´t worth the efford of sowing them IV and IF they will germinate at all they´ll also do so under regular conditions. My own experience.
  11. lilacina

    Drosera id

    This is definitely not D.burmannii or D.sessilifolia,if even if you purchased seeds labelled with these. Could be D.spathulata or D.venusta perhaps. Some rosetted Drosera are difficult to distinguish,at least for me.
  12. Nepenths-seeds germinate within 6 weeks earliest if fresh.They do so without any heating and not very much light. I always sow them on pure peat in small,clear plastic-boxes like used for salads. Just drain a few small holes in the cover. If single seeds begin to mould just remove them using tweezers.
  13. Can you post a pic of the complete wall please?