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  1. Hey everyone! I throw my question in here as a couple of months ago I didj't got many usefull respons - so maybe it will go by now - £In a week i'm off to Colombia & it would be great to share some pictures here of those species when I am back in may SO it's a 6 week trip to Colombia! I would really lie to see both Pinguicula's and other CP's of course! If some some of you know some other CP's spots in Colombia ( Drosera's / Utrics ) it will be very welcoming By the way , is there a specific blooming season for epiphytic utrics or they just bloom randomelly? Thanks for all upcomming info! regards Christophe
  2. Ok so I can add some fertelizer if I get it well!
  3. Hey I have a 2 year old Roridula but seems it doesn't grow vigerously. The plant is +- 10 cm high & fully covered by Drosophila from nearby rotting fruit. On: http://www.plantzafrica.com/plantqrs/roriddent.htm I read ....feed your plant with a liquid fertilizer high in nitrogen... So DO I really neeed to feed the plant for a better result? I have something like -> NPK 13+3+15+11CaO+3MgO Or better use some high nitrogen osmocote? Some repotting maybe, or does it hav fragile roots Thanks Christophe
  4. My trick is to gently open the flower horizontally ( the stigma is rather deep - so it helps ) & then lift up the stigma with a thin paintbrush , take some pollen & put it on the stigma again. I do it every day untill the flower fades! Could be good to have a list with self & non self polinating species. I did experience with esseriana - jaumavensis - eshlesiae en seems self polinating doesn't work on those species & some others
  5. Hey all A year ago I hiked the Karhunpolku in Karjala, east Finland! Lots of Sundews and aquatic Utrics! Pictures are taken in july 2014 along the trail I won't spend my time to upload the pics here as it is quiet time-consuming & I spend already some time to load them on my flickr page! So just click the link below & enjoy https://www.flickr.com/photos/norway_summer_2009/sets/72157654751337615 Some other albums from previous trips also contains some CP's in situ, check them for more CP's in situ https://www.flickr.com/photos/norway_summer_2009/albums
  6. Hay, No blog - " cuz i'm too much abroad & can't spend my time typing all those stories" BUT here's my picture / album page from FLickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/norway_summer_2009/albums And Yah .... almost a year in retard to upload the new once Enjoy!
  7. Hey everyone! I am planning a trip to Colombia in January! As I am working on Ping reference collection at our BG in Meise, it would be nice to see some Pings in their habit of course! I got some good info & location already with a local guide ( Heiberlein) for P elongata, for that no problem and he will guide me around there. For P calyptrata it's still a problem, no info at all so if someone could help me with a connection or someone who could guide me it would be super!You can PM me if you don't want to make it public! If some some of you know some other CP's spots in Colombia ( Drosera's / Utrics ) it will be very welcoming By the way , is there a specific blooming season for epiphytic utrics or they just bloom randomelly? Thanks for all upcomming info! regards Christophe