some pics of my plants


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hope you like them.

Genlisea hispidula

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Genlisea hispidula

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Genlisea. violacea

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Genlisea. violacea

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Utricularia alpina

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Utricularia alpina

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baby pinguicula tina

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baby pinguicula tina

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baby Drosera capensis white form

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baby Drosera capensis white form

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Drosera capensis white form

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Drosera capensis white form

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Pretty nice your "aquavase" (I dont know the name), now you need to put some copepods and daphnia on the water to see the plant capturing them.

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You have done it very nicely Robert, i really like the aquatic culture of Genlisea.

Are these genlisea from me? I have a small update about G. violacea, which you could find useful - it is G. violacea "Giant". I did not know about it when i was sending you the plant, it was told me additionally :thumbsup:

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yes thay are the ones you gave to me along with some aquatic utricularia :thumbsup:

and i would be interested in G. violacea "Giant",

thanks,

Robert.

You have done it very nicely Robert, i really like the aquatic culture of Genlisea.

Are these genlisea from me? I have a small update about G. violacea, which you could find useful - it is G. violacea "Giant". I did not know about it when i was sending you the plant, it was told me additionally :D

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i've never grown them from seed so dont know, but i would think it would be best if you planted them on peat and then if you wanted when there older move then into a semiaquatic home like i have done,

this is what Triffid Nurseries Seed Germination Guide says,

Genlisea species, The Corkscrew Plants,

Use a soil mix of 3 parts sphagnum moss peat : 1 part sand at temperatures of 25 - 35C.

Genlisea often show low seed viability and the use of GA is recommended.

i would put a plastic bag over them as well but thats just me,

good luck with them,

Robert.

hey there, i just order some genlisea filiformis seeds, will it be okay if i plant it on water? can you describe the growing condition and media?thank you
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i've never grown them from seed so dont know, but i would think it would be best if you planted them on peat and then if you wanted when there older move then into a semiaquatic home like i have done,

this is what Triffid Nurseries Seed Germination Guide says,

Genlisea species, The Corkscrew Plants,

Use a soil mix of 3 parts sphagnum moss peat : 1 part sand at temperatures of 25 - 35C.

Genlisea often show low seed viability and the use of GA is recommended.

i would put a plastic bag over them as well but thats just me,

good luck with them,

Robert.

i do not have seeds, but i got perlite and coconut fibre, can u use them instead?and i got trouble when using perlite, when i add some water on it, the perlite just float, should i use them?

btw, i live in tropical country, temperature usually stay at 24-34degree celcius, would it able to make it?thank you

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