Spring Photos of my greenhouse


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Hello,

I'd like to show some spring photos of my greenhouse.

P. kondoi, P. gypsicola and Roridula

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P. heterophylla

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Pygmy Drosera

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Cephalotus

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Darlingtonia

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P. spec. Tonala

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P. moctezumae

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P. primuliflora with U. cornuta

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Drosophyllum

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P. chilensis

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P. moranensis 'Laguna de Montebello'

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P. spec. Guatemala

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P. heterophylla x P. parvifolia

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P. kondoi (Debbert Clone)

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P. gybsicola (Debbert Clone)

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P. heterophylla 'La Cienega'

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P. planifolia

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D. chrysolepis

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Hallo Markus,

indeed really very beautiful plants, especially the D. chrysolepis and the H. neblinae var. parva.

Your plants seem to be very happy in their new home.

BTW, how are the P. balcanica i send you?

Best regards,

Dani

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Thank you all for your nice comments. After 2 years of gaining experience growing the plants in a greenhouse I think I found the right way now to give most of them good conditions.

It's primarily a temperate greenhouse and I think the photos show that the focus is on mexican Pinguicula.

The Nepenthes and Heliamphora are placed in the back part of the greenhouse where the climate is a bit cooler with higher humidity.

I have a fog system from www.plantfog.at which was presented at the EEE in Ghent. It's a quite good system for small greenhouses to increase the humidity.

I installed two fogging nozzles in front of my ventilator to cool the air down.

The minimum temperatures in the winter months were about 6 - 8 °C. As it was a bit cold for some intermediate Nepenthes like N. vogellii, platychila and some Drosera I will encrease the temperature to about 10 °C next winter. But to my great surprise all other highland Nepenthes from Sumatra and Borneo didn't have any problems with these temperatures. Most of them got some extra artificial light what also was quite helpful.

The balcanica are doing fine - thanks again Dani. :-)

Cheers,

Markus

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Fantastic plants and amazing neps. Can u pls tell me what is that plant with the H. neblinae parva? :D Looks nice. :D

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Fantastic plants and amazing neps. Can u pls tell me what is that plant with the H. neblinae parva? :D Looks nice. :D

The plant next to H. neblinae is Vellozia variegata.

I got this plant from my friend Robert. Please see also his photos of a flowering plant in the German Forum.

It looks really nice when flowering.

http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/30210-vellozia-bluht-wieder/

And thanks again for all the further comments.

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