Nico91

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  1. Fantastic work Lucien!
  2. Hello, This is not the right forum to search plants, this is for introduce yourself to the forum. Anyway, this forum is from UK so it's preferred to write in English. Ciao, Questa non è la sezione giusta per cercare piante, questa è la sezione per presentarsi al forum; inoltre, questo è un forum internazionale con stanza in UK, quindi sarebbe meglio se scrivessi in inglese.
  3. I hope to show some nice photos with you soon, as some plants have to pick some colors. Good growing! Best Regards, Nico
  4. Hi all, Some photos of my Sarracenia hope you like it! let's start: For Ada:
  5. Just a question: How can I add the Carnivorous plants Web Ring?
  6. This is mine: link My blog is online since 21 January of this year, I hope to update it very soon with firsts Sarracenia pitchers :)
  7. Hi Guillaume, thanks for sharing. I have a question about Sarracenia seedlings: I noticed that just germinated seedlings die if they can not pierce the substrate (50/50 peat/perlite), for example when it encourtes a piece of perlite. Do you noticed same with your Sarracenia seedlings? What is your germination ratio with your medium? thank you.
  8. Ciao Damiano, Welcome aboard!
  9. Welcome aboard! I see your Cephalotus on Davide's group on Facebook. very good ones! Glad to see you here. Best Regards Nico
  10. I think I will do it without problems! If my working day will consist only in do this, and is paid good, I'll do it!
  11. I know Paolo! thank you again for this cross
  12. Some other pictures: Sarracenia leucophylla, L02MK x L18MK Cephalotus follicularis, from Carniflora Cephalotus follicularis, "Adrian Slack"
  13. amazing Dionaea, thanks for sharing!
  14. Hi Adivip, thank you. About wood sticks, I use it as a reminder...it's a little bit crazy but I like to put Cephalotus in the same position, because i use to put pots into another saucer for exmine plants.
  15. Hi Ada, thank you very much! next year i hope to show some of your plants grown here, in southern Italy.... with some new plants that seems to be very promising!