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  1. ada

    rare cultivar?

    I know Alexis, kids are off school all over the world
  2. ada

    Messages?

    seeds are ready for you Pantelis
  3. ada

    Messages?

    still no answer from anyone though
  4. ada

    Messages?

    I can,t see my messages,where to access them on my works tablet now. Anyone got any ideas? Very easy before the up date,a pain in the arse now. Ada
  5. There are ceph growers in Brazil that can tell you better how to deal with your ceph in your growing conditions.try asking the person you bought it from. It could just be due to a change in humidity to where you live in relation to the seller.Keep it just damp and it might recover in a few weeks
  6. ada

    Spam

    Looks like the moderators have a new member or two to ban
  7. ada

    Soil

    where is the soil from?? it could have fertilizer in it,this burns the plants roots and they die,What water did you use?
  8. i know Killian and can recommend him and his plants very highly. Buy with confidence ada
  9. Hi ,

    so i would take 1 package of each one, do you accept paypa.

    kind refards Andreas

    1. ada

      ada

      Hi Andreas, can you message me tonight please,I am at work right now. I have 7 more orders to do tonight when I get home and then I am up to date with the seeds.

      Best regards,

      Ada

  10. So long as it's wet and doesn't, t stink it's fine
  11. ada

    Hello there

    To be honest it doesn't look as bad as I thought,some are crispy! It needs to be stood in about 2cm of water all the time if it's in the window. It can get very hot behind glass in the house,also with windows open in the heat,the draught can be very drying to a plants leaves/traps. So find a little saucer and keep it wet all summer and it should recover well.
  12. ada

    Hello there

    Can you post a picture?Is it stood in a saucer of water?Have you repotted it? There are many things that could cause this,was it looking good when you bought it,or was it dried out like many are?
  13. Here we go again,I agree a very poor description of HG,the red one pictured looks like Big boy to me though,for what it's worth
  14. temperate pinguicula need to be grown outside! they will grow inside but long term it will do them harm and eventually lead to death. They form premature hibernacula when they get too warm,they will resume growth again when it cools down but this is at the expense of the plants energy reserves and it will be smaller and then when winter comes it might not have the reserves to survive until spring. They need to be outside