jeff 1

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  2. Bonjour very nice success long life to these plants jeff
  3. at my house right now white form with a leave of summer more than 20cm a record for me in culture jeff
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    Deep purpr flower

    Bonjour these 2 colors are really beautiful these colors are perennial of one year on the others ? have you tried a sowing of 2 to see if the coulour are reproducible ? jeff
  5. Bonjour RobH I am on the same opinion as you on the disclosure of sites to everyone's views. I practice this censorship on many forums ,it's part of my ethics
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    Deep purpr flower

    Bonjour very very nice flower these 2 form are from the same area ? jeff
  7. yes I know the area on the other hand I do not know if these drawings are always the same from one year to another and if they are reproducible in culture. I would need help on the ground to see it ,and ensure a follow up
  8. like these 2 of the north italian or the yellow spot are not the same than FABRIZIO I am also very interested by these different yellow spot not only on the Italian species but on all the others present by the world
  9. Bonjour If I’m not wrong, p. Alpina in Italy have only this yellow drawing form precisely, I'm not so sure about on the same spot we can see differences, as well as on other spot hence my question
  10. the yellow drawing have the same form ? see here others yellow drawing form jeff
  11. Bonjour I see that you have a lot of P.alpina, can you tell me if all have the same yellow drawing in the throat ? jeff
  12. Bonjour yes , may be seeds soon or hibernaculae and buds in autumn .
  13. Bonjour I use this cat litter without problem for all my calcareous ping since 1989 : temperate , mexican ,etc but not alone with river sand, pouzzolane,sometimes akadama,vermiculite .
  14. Bonjour 'merci' all I use just limestone rock with joints of substrates that I use for all my calcareous ping
  15. actually the pale vallisneriifolia seems to make me stolons
  16. Bonjour it seem to me, a cristation or a fasciation, in fact a species that develops anarchically. now the species?
  17. for me it is the throat drawings that make the difference . for the sepals it's not obvious,sometimes the feature you're talking about is hard to see . see here to 'morphologie' ( in french desolate) for the P.grandiflora subsp grandiflora for the P.vulgaris subsp vulgaris for P.leptoceras f leptoceras jeff
  18. Bonjour it is a P.grandiflora I saw 'in situ' this P.grandiflora with these stripe at the 'onglet' on the 2 lower side lobes , in france and in spain like this (excuse me the flower is a little past) a P.leptoceras actually in flower to LE MANS JEFF
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  20. Bonjour yes. all the ping are not yet in flower, I am still waiting for the dertosensis, the vallisneriifolia, the vallis regia, the vulgaris subsp vulgaris. this rip rap was realized 2 years ago prettier than the pots I had before
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  22. Bonjour I do not cultivate no more of these triggerplants, I focused now on carnivores / proto carnivores mainly on pinguicula, and heliamphora. I also grow other non-carnivorous plants of the genus dorstenia, araceae (amorphophallus), myrmecophilous plants mainly rubiaceae see here some infos on stylidium levenhookia jeff