mobile

Global Moderator
  • Content count

    4,322
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    63

mobile last won the day on May 12 2018

mobile had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

469 Excellent

About mobile

  • Birthday 03/10/1967

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://www.hydro-culture.net/
  • ICQ
    0

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
  • Interests
    Carnivorous plants & hydroculture.

Recent Profile Visitors

14,136 profile views
  1. mobile

    One of my fovourite cephs

    There are certainly a lot of named clones out there that are not worthy of naming.
  2. mobile

    One of my fovourite cephs

    You and I share the same likes for that. Apart from my location plants, most of my ceph collection has been reduced to those with unusual pitcher shapes or sizes.
  3. mobile

    One of my fovourite cephs

    Hi @Bidde, I like the pitcher shape.
  4. mobile

    One of my fovourite cephs

    @Bidde, is that Squat?
  5. I presume the one you have seen is the one that creates a rosette of leaves? If so, then it is not to my taste, however it is unusual and would qualify for cultivar status.
  6. I thought it was from grower Alexander Fisch‎? There's some pictures of it on one of the Facebook CP groups.
  7. mobile

    Cephalotus “Lasyba Giant”

    I don't think there is such a thing as 'typical' as they can express differing characteristics in differing growing conditions. Also, even seeds grown from the same plant can express different characteristics. I personally think this leads to the plethora of named clones but also why those clones may not express the same characteristics in other growing conditions. The so called dark clones are a classic example of requiring specific conditions.
  8. mobile

    Sweet... Cephalotus "Tom Thumb"

    @Harro, I'm pleased it is growing well for you. Carl
  9. mobile

    Cephalotus " Red Monster "

    Bananito is a beautiful clone and in my opinion, worthy of cultivar status given its unusual pitcher shape. The dark colouration when grown in conditions conducive to such is definitely an added bonus to this cultivar.
  10. mobile

    Cephalotus " Red Monster "

    A good recovery and very nicely grown
  11. mobile

    My heliamphoras (Pictures heavy)

    I would be interested to know if you still use fluorescent lighting. Many growers seem to have moved to LED lighting, so I was wondering if you have or have considered changing to them?
  12. mobile

    One of my favourite cephs

    Very healthy looking Cephalotus
  13. mobile

    Cephalotus 'Eden Black'

    I suspect that you are the only one to have 'Bananito' in cultivation.
  14. mobile

    Cephalotus 'Eden Black'

    I believe that it is season dependent. Good colouration comes in cooler weather. Whether this is temperature, light colour temperature or other factor related, I'm not sure.
  15. mobile

    Cephalotus 'Eden Black'

    Stunning and worthy of any collection. I'm sure you will agree though, that it needs certain conditions to be met in order to achieve that colouration.