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    my family, carnivorous plants, and hundreds of other things.......

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  1. Yes it is, Gladys will be pregnant soon
  2. Even if they are the commonest carnivorous plants it's always nice to see them in the wild. Theorically (for what i know) is forbidden to collect plants, seeds and parts of plants in the wild. I don't know if in the UK exist a specific authority for these matter as here in Italy.
  3. Great result! I too hope that the seeds i got from you will be so vigorous.
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    Thanks C. Cepha for the specification!!!
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    Need id

    Perfect, thanks Platty!!
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    Need id

    Hi guys could you help with the id of this plant? I'm asking for a friend
  7. Hi Platty, i'm not a pings expert but i kept a P. elizabethiae in pure lava (crushed) rock and it was fine. Here in Italy many growers use this substrate or the tufa brick. With the lava rock there will not any issue with fungus gnat larvae
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    Hi and thanks Nepenthesman! Yes after a fast research that plant should be a Lathyrus odoratus, a pea plant. It is always good to learn something new!!
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    Hi guys! i've found these last or a couple of years ago, if are orchids someone knows what kind? Thanks!
  10. Hi Argo, i too think you should check for larvae. They thrive in peat mix and can be very dangerous. They ate my very first pings years ago, no issue with pure lava rock (lapillo frantumato con una mazzetta).
  11. Really thanks for sharing these photos!!