Tuberousdrosera

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  1. Did you ever manage to get hold of a SD KRONOS. Im still looking in europe but nothing on offer as yet.

  2. There are growers in Wales who use tap water, ian in neath uses tap water ...
  3. Just go on ebay and buy some carnivorous plant compost - peat abd perlite mix there are loads for sale
  4. And if the flowers have been pollinated some plants will sulk big time
  5. Why on earth did you not sow the seed on carnivorous compost in a pot and placed in a warm sunny spot? All the information online would tell you to do this.
  6. Looking good, you will have to post some more pics especially directly face on so we can see the shape and colours
  7. It's a tuberous drosera looks pretty much like stolonifera
  8. It's no an ideal situation but I pull of plenty of crowns by mistake, quite often I just poke them in to the soil but moss just a better choice
  9. They can and do root easily I prefer to pot them up with moss around the rhizome ...
  10. The grow bark pine the last bag I bough it only mentions grow bark in a small printed text on the side, down the length of the bag.
  11. I do not think your melcourt mix is correct last time I spoke with Mike he told he had changed the mix to 1 part melcourt 1 part perlite 1 part small granite grit. I used his first receipe (cannot remember the mix) which several sarracenia died and dionaea looked really rough, he said it was too heavy for the dionaea and I needed to pot them lightly. I have done small trial and the sarracenia are growing fine. I have not tied dionaea in the revised version I have been told to try. so David is this the mix you are using Mike has advised to use?