linuxman

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  1. Thanks Earl. I do find the Darlingtonia grow much better outside than in the greenhouse. Thanks for every one else's comments.
  2. Triffid nurseries are here: Triffid ® Nurseries, Great Hallows, Church Lane, Stoke Ash, Suffolk IP23 7ET but I've never used them. Some one on here will have though.
  3. Hi and welcome to the forum.
  4. I'm a bit late this year updating my photos but here's some from this month. This is my favourite seedling at the moment ... Ceph in an aquarium ... Psittacina growing well in wet conditions ... S. x 'ASBO' looking like it does! Darli outside. I meant to divide it early this year but never got around to it. A job for next Spring.
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  21. Hi and welcome to the forum.
  22. Yes, this does happen and I've no idea why. If you don't want seed remove the flower head - I usually do this after petal fall. If it's early enough in the year the plant will some times produce pitchers. I reckon that an early spring followed by a cold period can confuse the plant into forgetting about summer and waiting for next year. Removing any flower buds next year may help the plant recover in the long term.
  23. What I would suggest (that is until I read your care notes ) is to place a plastic bag over the plant and pot to increase humidity. This seems to help dew production. If the plant recovers slowly allow more natural air into the bag by cutting off the corners. Do this gradually over a few days or weeks. Good luck.
  24. Yes, I leave all my sarracenias and vfts in the same g/h over winter.