Rachel

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Rachel last won the day on March 26 2015

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About Rachel

  • Birthday 07/19/1965

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    Wexford, Ireland
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    Gardening (particularly the growth of exotics).
  1. Hi folks, Maybe this video will be of interest to those who are new to sarracenia. Thanks for watching. https://youtu.be/lVVW7urkU0Y
  2. Carnivorous plants in flower and how I keep them outdoors!
  3. Yay, after 6 years, it has flowered
  4. Hello, I know I don't post on this forum very often but, since I recently bought some exciting new nepenthes, I thought I would show you all. There's nothing as exciting as getting plants in the post, right? Anyway, I made a little video about it. So it's here, if anyone wants a look. Don't you just love spring :) ...
  5. Rachel

    Arisaema from Seed

    I made this video on growing arisaema from seed and hope that some will find it useful and maybe subscribe to my YouTube channel...
  6. Rachel

    Arisaema from Seed

    I made this video on growing arisaema from seed and hope that some will find it useful and maybe subscribe to my YouTube channel...
  7. Hello, I have three outdoor bogs where I grow sarracenia and made this little video about early spring care. I hope some members will find it useful. And maybe subscribe to the channel :) Thanks
  8. Hello, I think the last time I posted on this forum was six years ago, when one kind soul sent me some baby Amorphophallus konjac corms, for the price of the postage. They have worked well, although some years the corms split, undoing a year or two of growing Anyway, I think, at long last, I have an Amorphophallus konjac that is flowering size. Here is a video about potting it up and some care tips which I have gleaned over the last six years...
  9. Hello, I think the last time I posted on this forum was six years ago, when one kind soul sent me some baby Amorphophallus konjac corms, for the price of the postage. They have worked well, although some years the corms split, undoing a year or two of growing Anyway, I think, at long last, I have an Amorphophallus konjac that is flowering size. Here is a video about potting it up and some care tips which I have gleaned over the last six years...
  10. What an unusual and quirky plant. t looks like a cross between an arisaema and a cypripedium. I love it and congratulations on your achievement.
  11. Fabulous. How big do the tubers need to get for them to be flowering size? I have lots but they are small.
  12. Not the usual speciosa or griffithii. Well grown! Must look out for that one.