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  1. Hi i am interested in your L9 clone

    Regards phil

  2. Thanks for your reply Joachim. Good to see you here! Amazing greenhouse and collection.
  3. Hello everyone! Some of you may remember Joachim Danz's website, that, regrettably, is no longer online. I liked it, and it gave me the inspiration for my blog Carnivorous Plant Stories. Please check it out! Regards, Florent
  4. Yes, it is grown in a highland terrarium. The xaxim is positioned vertically – a straight wall. I manually spray water onto it, and I also use a very basic drip system to irrigate it when needed (ie. when I'm away from home).
  5. I've been growing Cephalotus on a xaxim tree fern panel for about a year. So far so good. The tough part was to insert the roots into the panel. It is quite dense. And here they are now. The first plant is showing good signs of vertical growth: the last open pitcher is the top one, and the surrounding leaves are recent too.
  6. It comes from CEDEVIT dude.
  7. ...I'm more than skeptical. Any help on this please ? Thanks in advance :)
  8. Thank you very much guys. Vraev, I uploaded the picture in 1900*1200 here
  9. Sorry for the late reply. N. villosa is about 13-15 cm wide. It takes advantage of the cold nights from Northeastern France in autumn and winter (down to 5°C) because I leave the window open every night. In spring and summer, obviously it lives under warmer temperatures, though it does not seem to disturb it so far. The lighting is : 1 Dulux 865 Osram 55W 1 Dulux 954 Osram 55W 12h/day So here's a picture of the setup And a picture of the first flowers of Utricularia calycifida 'Lavinia Whateley' (the white-flowering cultivar) Cheers !
  10. Thanks a lot ! I've just made a picture with the latest pitcher to date.
  11. Thank you very much ! You're totally right, it's D. venusta.
  12. Hello ! The title says it all, let's go to the pictures. U. uniflora D. x tokaiensis N. villosa From left to right : G. roraimensis, H. heterodoxa, D. burmanii (hard to notice !), N. tentaculata, N. hamata vine and H. pulchella N. hamata The whole plant last winter The whole plant 3 years ago ! Tillandsia schiedeana to bloom soon Cheers !!
  13. The real time of this time-lapse video is 20 minutes.
  14. Hello ! Some other recent shots :) (sorry, no direct link) Mini bog Darlingtonia and VFT cultivars S. flava var. rugelii (Milton, Florida) S. flava var. atropurpurea (Blackwater State Forest, Florida) D. burmannii Florent