Veek

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  1. The weather probably is a deciding factor. Normally I cut off all the flower stalks from my VFT and I always put the stalks in the pot. Many of them though not all of them throw up new plants this way. Verstuurd vanaf mijn GT-I9505 met Tapatalk
  2. I didn't so anything at all. It is all the plant its doing. I just found them like this and took pictures. :-) Verstuurd vanaf mijn GT-I9505 met Tapatalk
  3. I'll shorthand write the name on labels. It is indeed a very long name to write but parentage info is always interesting with hybrids. Verstuurd vanaf mijn GT-I9505 met Tapatalk
  4. This is one of my first hybrids that I made. I am quite proud of it actually. It already colored up very dark. The shade pictures don't do the color justice. The pictures in the sun however do. My other dark colored sarracenia are still not at their full level of redness. Since it is a hybrid between alata Red Lid Perry Co, MS, Phil Wilson A18 and flava var. atropurpurea Blackwater State Forest. Am I correct to label it an x alava then or what is the correct name for a hybrid like this?
  5. and put them in the soil to get new plantcuttings ... It happens automatically sometimes.
  6. Very ingenious system that is. Great work Reinier. I always like to be in "construction mode". Whenever you are finished with your project you can sit back and watch at the great thing that you have build yourself. I am sure your selfwatering project is one of a kind and will probably inspire some people to work out something similar. Again great job!
  7. Welcome to CPUK Atomium. If you need any help you can contact me ;) Verstuurd vanaf mijn GT-I9505 met Tapatalk
  8. What happend to this site? I've been trying it the last few weeks but it is down. Anybody knows what happend?
  9. Before the winter is possible but best is to wait untill a bit before spring.
  10. Some of them seems to have grown very big already. Nice job snowwy. I wish some of mine were already that big.
  11. Veek

    My T-Rex

    Finally the first pictures of the T-rex clone have been posted thanks Harro great job.
  12. The only way to know you've got the real deal. Tracing it back ain't easy sometimes but it is worth the trouble.
  13. This small bit in Marcel's answer was very informative for me. I didn't know it before that the registration is only to prevent 2 plants having the same name.
  14. A lot of replys since my last visit with many things to read. I don't know where to start with replying. True and true we need some rules and I hope we can work some rules out together as a group. Up until now I'd love to see the following rules being laid down: 1. Stability off course and like Phil said being tested over the course of years so you know for sure it ain't a freak occurence. 2. Description: A decent description about the plant and its characteristics and like Carl mentioned a description about "my growing conditions" 3. Maybe this is a part of the stability test but the plant should be grown with several growers to see wether it keeps the characteristics also under their conditions. If people of the ICPS like Marcel read this topic and they are willing to chip in or can help us with maybe changing the way people can register cultivar. Please do so and help out here.