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  1. I never had problems with sarras here but this year It's really bad!! As i said i received the plant in march/april so maybe It suffered a bit, i will post a pic ot the plant this evening...i'm having many problems with non carnivorous plants too...i think it's all due to the bad weather we had


  2. They are in full sun, i received the plant on march/april and that pitcher didn't grow inside another pitcher. I had really bad weather with lots of rain and cold for the entire spring, i don't have a greenhouse and all the plants suffered a lot the bad weather


  3. Hi guys,

     

    it looks like i won't have any pitcher of my Adrian Slack this year!

    Yesterday morning everything was perfect then in the evening you can see the situation in the pics....strong wing and hot sun!!! New pitchers burnt and broken...even on many other sarras....damn!!!

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  4. Hi all,

    it's time for me to thing about a little greenhouse mainly for dionaeas, sarracenias and droseras, but i have some questions and i'm sure you can help me..

    I live in Italy and here the sun during the hot season is really strong, do you think that 4 mm panel are good enough or 6 mm is better, and why?

    Another question is about typical polycarbonate panels of glass like panels....wich one is better and why?

     

    Thank you so much for your advices

    Max


  5. I saw some black spots inside one of those deformed pitchers so i cut it down and opened, inside i've found a kind of little worm and some black "dust"....that's strange!


  6. A little update.  :smile: 

    Dionaea Seed Grown 006 (non carnivorous)

    25081245161_f7a8d96fc7_b.jpgDionaea Seed Grown 006 by Tobias S., auf Flickr

    25081302001_c7aa0ff699_b.jpgDionaea Seed Grown 006 by Tobias S., auf Flickr

    25148257786_667f287318_b.jpgDionaea Seed Grown 006 by Tobias S., auf Flickr

    25174649665_9db72f02f1_b.jpgDionaea Seed Grown 006 by Tobias S., auf Flickr

    Dionaea Seed Grown 005 (non carnivorous)

    24879071660_f2cfb9f042_b.jpgDionaea Seed Grown 005 by Tobias S., auf Flickr

    25081513581_8db18fc42e_b.jpgDionaea Seed Grown 005 by Tobias S., auf Flickr

    24806683249_380326c512_b.jpgDionaea Seed Grown 005 by Tobias S., auf Flickr

    Regards

    Tobias

     

    I really like this one!!! congrats!!


  7. Also for information - cross teeth and long red fingers seem to be the same plant.

    Hi Heather,

    i don't agree with this phrase....from my experience a simply cross teeth it's very different from long red fingers, the shape of the trap and the shape of the leaf are different, they have only the shape of teeth in common...


  8. very beautiful and interesting plants...the second have great red fused teeth...and you don't tell me anything? ;-P

    do you grow them in a greenhouse?

    i don't know who Claudia is but....if she has the same lips of your plants.... :sun_bespectacled:

    Cheers

    Max