Ron A

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  1. This works for me. The cobra plantlet at the end of the stolon should have some roots established before you consider cutting it off the end of the stolon. I would leave approx 5cm - 10cm of stolon (2 - 4 inches) on the plantlet. With the remaining stolon, I would cut it off as close as you can to the main plant and cut it up into approx 7 cm (3 inch) lengths and place them ontop of live sphagnum moss. I would then place more sphagnum moss over the stolons until you can't see them. You could chop up the sphagum moss you place over the stolons. As the winters here in Melbourne, Australia are n
  2. sorry Ron, I post the message here by mistake.. are you able to delete it? it seems I can't do it..

  3. sorry Ron, I post the message here by mistake.. are you able to delete it? it seems I can't do it..

  4. Hi Ron,

    thanks for your order

    total is 8,50 P&Pto Australia included

    please send the payment to the following paypal address:

    [email protected]

    I need your postal address also

    thanks again

    best regards

    giu

  5. Hi Ron,

    thanks for your order

    total is 8,50 P&Pto Australia included

    please send the payment to the following paypal address:

    [email protected]

    I need your postal address also

    thanks again

    best regards

    giu

  6. Great photo's. The Darlingtonia’s growing in the lake, just amazing. Thanks for sharing.
  7. Great plants and photo's. I especially like the S. flava var. ornata f-1 seedling, S. flava var. atropurpurea and the famous S. x Adrian Slack. Well done
  8. Very impressive, Frangelo. The cephalotus and Heliamphora's look awesome. What mix are you using for your Heliamphora's? Thanks for sharing your photo's of your plants, Ron
  9. Hi Andrea, Great photo's of your plants and greenhouse. I wish my greenhouse was as impressive as yours. Thaks for sharing Ron ,
  10. Hi everyone, I just wanted to introduce myself, my name is Ron and I live in Melbourne, Australia. I've been growing and collecting Carnivorus Plants for over 20 years now. My favourite CP's are S. flava's, Darlingtonia Californica and Dionaea Muscipula. So hi to all. Cheers Ron