desana

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  1. Wondered if anyone could tell me pls if there are any active pygmy drosera that fold around the prey item and which are the easiest to keep.Ive read that D. nitidula, and D. occidentalis do fold around the prey item and are pretty easy to keep. Many thanks for any help at all. .
  2. true. wasnt going to purchase myself i just stumbled across it lol.
  3. http://www.biovea.com/uk/product_detail.aspx?PID=3926&TI=SPGUK&C=N&
  4. desana

    perlite?

    which grade of perlite do you all use as there seems to be different sizes cheers.
  5. Can anyone recommend a good online store pls for flytraps. Ive had a few plants from southwest carnivours before. Lovely plant's but quite a few fungus gnats. Just wondered if anyone had any recommendations cheers.
  6. desana

    most traps?

    Hi wondered which of the larger trapped dionaea produces the most traps and quicker growing I know it depends on growing conditions, but just in general. Big mouth, b52 etc... Thanks.
  7. desana

    cultivar help!

    Hi I bought this trap from the local garden centre the other week. Just wondered if anyone knew which cultivar it could be. Doesn't look like a normal one to me as traps are too red. But I'm no expert lol.
  8. I read it on here somewhere. But I've read that many thread on this subject I can't rem where lol!
  9. I read it on here somewhere. But I've read that many thread on this subject I can't rem where lol!
  10. On 2nd thoughts scrap the grit lol. Even a little in a mix makes it really heavy lol. Think ill stick to the perlite lol!
  11. On 2nd thoughts scrap the grit lol. Even a little in a mix makes it really heavy lol. Think ill stick to the perlite lol!
  12. I've read that grit is abundantly found where carniverous plants grow in the wild! So wouldn't this be good for them or they wouldn't grow there. Some are saying that in time grit starts to break down and leak minerals that's not good for the plants . But if that's the case then surely they wouldn't grow in the wild where grit is present would they?