evulFarmer

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About evulFarmer

  • Birthday 04/12/1992

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  1. Hi There

    I have just seen your post regarding your spare N. rigidifolia. I am very interested. Is it still available? I can swap some seedling N. attenboroughii, burbidgeae, bongso, ceciliae etc.

    Let me know if you are interested.

    Cheers

    Andy

  2. Hi There

    I have just seen your post regarding your spare N. rigidifolia. I am very interested. Is it still available? I can swap some seedling N. attenboroughii, burbidgeae, bongso, ceciliae etc.

    Let me know if you are interested.

    Cheers

    Andy

  3. Oh crap! Then I must change the conditions! Thanks for ur answer.. It is very helpfull!
  4. Well it's not a problem to put it in a highland tank I just thought that if it grows so good in lowland it can stay there. My highland tank has weak light and I wonder if it wont be too big shock for the plant to change environment so fast. Should I repot it and try putting in highland tank ?
  5. I know but since I got it over a year ago it was growing great. Check older pitchers.. It started to happen like 2-3 months ago :/
  6. Hello, since some time my hamata started to produce weird deformated leaves and pitchersi. At the begining I thought that it was just a one-time anomaly or something like that. Unfortunately they are apearing new deformated leaves and pitchers. Any ideas guys? The plant grows for over the year in my lowland terrarium only few cm under the FLL and till this few leaves it was doing great as u can see at older pitchers. It is N. hamata Clone III AW.
  7. Great dionaeas! I wish mine would look like this..
  8. Amazing...! I can't wait to get my own edw and predator... But it will come for sure :) Keep going ! Ur plants are outstanding!
  9. Amazing and magic garden! Ur heliamphoras are stunning...
  10. Well, I have N. pervillei in my lowland terrarium. It is from BCP but I guess it's also from BE originaly. I keep mine in rather small pot - 7x7. I am using my own subtrate - peat, dried LFS, perlite and leca. It grows pretty good since I have it and it is producing small pitchers (plant is also rather small, like 9cm diameter max) I dont have any troubles with my plant so far. Cheers.
  11. Oh crap! Thats a nice piece of art!
  12. Great results! I am trying now some coffee treatment on my slowly growing N. lowii 'Kinabalu'. It's the slowest plant I have ever had \o/
  13. Whoa... Thats a nice little jungle for sure!!
  14. evulFarmer

    N. tenuis

    Cute little pitcher... Can't wait to get N. tenuis myself :)