Nord Ravn

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  1. Looks like Drosera rotundifolia. Or another sundew.
  2. Sounds like I should experiment with some of my many binata forms. About sarracenia I've had many outside for over ten years. Soil humidity is certainly a real important factor in the growing of these. Purpurea and some of its hybrids can easily take water up to and even slightly above the rhizome where many others needs it more dry. This goes for flava and oreophila. Oreophila should in my experience have at least ten cm from the rhizome down to the water level. Minor, leucophylla and alata are not hardy outside here as our growth season is too short for them to develop and store enough energy for the winter. This also goes for some but not all of the hybrids made with these species. I can follow your experience with cleaning up the leaves. Did you made any experience with southern hemisphere utricularia? Martin
  3. Thank you for showing these pictures. You have made a great setup. I grow many sarracenia and and sundews outside here in Central Denmark but many won't be a tall as yours because of our cooler summers. Anyways do you have a picture of your arcturi and what clone of binata have you used that are hardy? Martin
  4. Just sharing two beautiful Pygmy Sundew that I enjoy right now. They have been kept cold but just free of frost over winter in a leafless state. Now they are producing a lot of spring leaves. Drosera scorpioides and gibsonii. They are kept under artificial light during winter and are now in the greenhouse where they have been since Medio March. 0c to 32c these days and they enjoy it. Martin
  5. Thank you for the ansver Eric.
  6. I'm a bit surprise about just how beautiful a hybrid Drosera Andromeda is! Now I wonder if it's sterile or fertile? Martin
  7. There's a form of Drosera filiformis in culture from Virginia. Can anyone tell more about the origin of this plant and maybe give a more precise location of origin? Martin
  8. Catesbaei and recombinations :)
  9. Sorry. I dont have a picture of such a plant. Im currently working on an article about sarracenia cultivation to a danish magazine. Would any of you grow a hybrid including all known Sarracenia species and have a picture of that plant I can use?
  10. No, the other plants I posted were seed sown plants from wild populations in North America. I dont know how many years these have been in Denmark. The first part of the photos were from 2010. The next part pics taken in 2015. Picture 1 to 3 shows pure Spp from the danish population.
  11. Not sure if I have shown any of these pictures but here are some from a naturalized population of Sarracenias in Central Jutland, Denmark. As can be seen a lot of hybridization appears here.
  12. Both red and af clones from this site. Obviously cold hardy.
  13. Just sharing a few clones of Sarracenia purpurea Montana from Transylvania Co. NC. These are stunning and truly cold hardy plants. Note the winter color differences between two clones standing next to each other.
  14. Very nice plant Mike. Personally I would like a black purpurea shaped plant. Preferably fully cold hardy here :) that must be my goal within the next ten years :)