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About passievrucht

  • Birthday 05/06/1993

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  1. How about this? http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ball_lightning
  2. I have no particular locations for pinguicula in the alps, but I have found that if you drive into the alps on mountain roads you are bound to run in to some pinguicula growing on moist rock walls pretty often. They aren't very hard to spot and they are present in large numbers, so I would be shocked if you would not find any .
  3. Hi guys, since I have some Cacti which I haven't been able to identify, I would like to make use of your knowledge of Cacti :) here they are: 1. I was thinking of some kind of Mammilaria, maybe Mammillaria bambusiphila var. parva?? 2. I was thinking of Euphorbia enopla 3. unidentified 4. unidentified Thanks in advance! Kind regards, Pascal
  4. it does look awesome, and it's funny, so the echo's don't bother me ;)
  5. hehe, this one is also nice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8mn4Me7zxY...feature=channel
  6. wow, the graphics are stunning I like it!
  7. Hi Alexis, Yes, they are in pots outside. I guess the substrate was frozen last year for about a week or more, so I think I will get them inside (in the garage :) ) as soon as it's going to freeze.
  8. thanks a lot! this really helps me!
  9. Mine are outside, in full sunlight. If there is sun, and it doesn't rain... 3 of them are placed in my bog, and still they didn't survive. The temperatures last year dropped as low as -17 degrees centigrade, maybe that was the problem? My plants did get all the rainwater last year too, but slowly they rotted away. Is rotting a proces without oxygen? if it is so, maybe my substrate didn't contain enough sand or perlit?
  10. Last year, almost all my Dionaea's died in dormancy they all seemed to have rotted away. Maybe the substrate was too wet? one of them survived, but it was very small after dormancy. how wet do I have to keep the substrate? thanks in advance, Pascal
  11. here's my entry! Sarracenia leucophylla Red & white Large stocky pitcher, red lip, very robust long lasting Autumn pitchers (Mike King L31)
  12. My Drosophyllum has already flowered, but I saw some more buds coming from the little plants that started growing from the divisions (at the same plant). 5, to be exactly :)
  13. Hi guys, I took some pictures yesterday! The plants are growing very well at the moment! Darlingtonia californica Drosera capensis 'Giant' Sarracenia alata, Hill tops, Texas Sarracenia flava, Carniflora clone Sarracenia flava var. ornata, Apalachicola Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora, giant clone Sarracenia oreophila, vigorous form Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea Sarracenia purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii Sarracenia x Catesbaei Sarracenia x Moorei Enjoy!
  14. Growingseason has started, so it's time to show some photo's! Dionaea 'Akai ryu' Sarracenia alata, Hill Tops, Texas Sarracenia Rubra ssp. Wherryi, yellow flower (thanks to Aidan ) Sarracenia x Wrigleyana Sarracenia psittacina Sarracenia x Moorei Sarracenia x Stevensii Drosera capensis 'Narrow Leaf' Darlingtonia californica Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora, giant clone Sarracenia flava, carniflora clone Sarracenia flava var. ornata Sarracenia x Readii Pinguicula grandiflora Sarracenia purpurea ssp. purpurea Sarracenia x Catesbaei Sarracenia oreophila I will post more photo's later
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