corky

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corky last won the day on August 15 2016

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  1. Hello and welcome to the forum
  2. Yes it can be self pollinated, tiny paintbrush from flower to flower when open has always helped
  3. http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index.php?/topic/55273-just-how-hardy-is-utricularia-reniformis/ This thread might be worth a look, I read this thread a couple of years back and decided to get a plant , it has survived freezes if kept pretty dry
  4. I would suggest you secure it somehow , they blow over very easily and that's a nightmare, I have a few and found out the hard way, I have concrete blocks on the very bottom shelve , you could do this and place your pots with seeds on top as you don't need height. Totally agree with Ada , two seasons and then cover is screwed by UV , I still think they are worth it though
  5. corky

    I'm back

    Good news, welcome back
  6. That's the sound of success my friend :-)
  7. Think colchicine is used by gout sufferers , so if you know someone with gout
  8. corky

    Some recent orchids

    Some seriously impressive plants , stunning
  9. A topic here http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index.php?/topic/34410-shamrock-irish-moss-peat/&page=2#comment-278958 They make shamrock peat ,
  10. No one reads the sun, they look at the pictures
  11. I admit I've never heard of it but like the vivid red colour , looks to have relatively large flowers on short stalks? Would be a bonus my book , thanks for sharing the pic
  12. Looks like n. Diatas?
  13. Tap on your username at top of page , then tap on account settings, then you'll see a signature option , tap that and sorted....that's in desktop not mobile
  14. corky

    silica sand?

    When using something new I always test it out on a sacrificial sundew just to make sure , but then I always have loads of spares normally where they shouldn't be growing