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    CPs, geology, astronomy, hillwalking, paragliding, history, photography
  1. Thanks for the reply jesse, looks like this is suitable for me then. Thank you!
  2. Hi everyone, I'm looking to buy a reverse osmosis unit. Nothing too big, but this one caught my eye: Hobby Umkehrosmose Wasserfilter Anyone know anything about this one? Should it do me? I only have a few trays, but no way to collect rainwater. Google translate version of the page is here. Thanks for any help.
  3. Looks like the 30L bale is the one to go for then. Thanks everyone!
  4. Thanks for the answers, looks like I'll have to try and scrounge a lift from someone to Obi or somewhere similar!
  5. I've just moved to Germany, and I'm looking for a supplier of moss peat for repotting the carnies I have with me. I don't have a car though, so can anyone reccommend an online source? Would I be better off buying bales of sphagnum moss and just using that? If so, anyone know a good online supplier here in Germany? Thanks for any help.
  6. Nice photos! If you ever head up to bag Ben More Assynt or Ben Hope, you should see more CPs than you ever imagined! Drosera Anglica covers the peat bogs just north of Inchnadamph. The same for the Torridon mountains. I did the traverse of Beinn Alligin last year, a superb climb and well within a fit adult's abilities. CPs everywhere, but midges as well!
  7. Hello everyone, I'm going seed collecting soon (see seperate thread) and I'm wondering what's the best way to tell apart droseras intermedia and anglica? I'll probably be giving seed away, so I want to make sure its accurately labelled. Regards, Stuart
  8. Mine were outside last year, with no special treatment and thrived. Mind you, this is Scotland we're talking about :beer:
  9. Hi everyone, I have 5 cobra lilies putting up a total of 6 flowers right now. They're up against a fence in a line covering a distance of about 2 metres. My question is, are they likely to cross pollinate without my help? Thanks for any advice, Stuart