gardenofeden

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  1. Sounds like they are getting powdery mildew. Mine always get this. You can get sprays that help
  2. `The leaf was probably damaged while it was developing, possibly by sap sucking insect but there doesn't seem to be any sign of pests now
  3. I find them very very slow to spread, they grow much more slowly than terrestrial Utricularia
  4. yes a few drops aalcohol in a ziplok bag then squish it around, can take days sometimes
  5. I will ask and get back to you
  6. Try Mike King at Shropshire Sarracenia. I think he is one of the few people who are geared up to export overseas with correct documents etc
  7. Remove all diseased leaves and keep just damp. It may resprout from roots, this can take a few months
  8. its not botrytis. make sure you remove all dead pitchers promptly
  9. psittacina can keep its pitchers for more than a year, even though the plant stops growing the pitchers remain, so leave them unless they go brown
  10. gardenofeden

    Moss id

    no, no good for CPs
  11. Fred you misheard, he like "DARLINGS" :) nice crop though!
  12. Personally I would not use anything like grafting putty. Leave the wound to heal naturally or dust it with sulphur powder.
  13. That’sa good price for a plant that size
  14. My open day this year is Sat 2nd July 12-5. Lots of plants for sale from me and many other visitors, plants you won’t get at garden centres and at cheap prices. Wacks is also open that weekend and is nearby. Fangfoss nr York. All welcome. Thanks Stephen Morley
  15. No date set for the AGM. Likely to be in May. We have a new membership Secretary and are working hard to get the database sorted and member backlog addressed before the AGM , thanks Stephen
  16. What’s wrong with sandersonii? It doesn’t self Seed. Subulata and the weedy bisquamata are the ones to avoid.
  17. Hi bill. I use approx equal parts sphagnum Moss and perlite
  18. Yes I know someone who heated coldframes with heat cables
  19. Yes they do look like capensis, nothing like rotundifolia
  20. Not sure who you want to reply? I am replying as a committee member. Any offers of help can be messaged to me and i will pass them onto chair, email and phone useful. Thanks