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Not all pings this time,it s only for see in general a part of the collection and let see i not only grow pings but all kinds of plants,i hope you like them

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Roridula gorgonias not a nice plant for me ,it s looks like a flys graveyard

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H nutans

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Drosophyllum lusitanicum

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D adelai

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D schizandrae

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some drosera and how i grow this,in bog s from 90 liter

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D prostratoscaposa ,one of the tuberous

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D hilaris,some of the rare

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seedlings from this year from filiformis red form

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filiformis tracyi whit leafs allmost 50 cm

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some more seedlings from filiformis red

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capensis and some other Drosera

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My bogs for the tuberous ones ,120 liter

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seedlings from all different localitys :S purpurea and psittacina

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This i buy for Marston giant ,is not i supoose ,got some cuptraps and some strange looking traps

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a part of my VFT collection

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some cephalotus

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Heliamphora

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and i have also some neps

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crossings from psittacina abd purpureas

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next generation P luisitanica and pumila

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P sharpii

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Droseras ,some more rare ones

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Some S American Drosera

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p immaculata ,is not so difficult for me

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P macrophylla ,leafcuttings

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P crassifolia is making a winterrosette

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succulenten all kind

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some more special things

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Muiria hortensiae,one of the most difficult succulent to grow

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A nice flower from lithops for end

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What a very impressive collection!

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Guest Andreas Eils

Goedenavond Will,

yes, the Roridula is indeed impressive! No wonder it´s expanding so vigorously with so much food. It´s simply overfed! :sarcastic_hand: ;-) Man, the leaves of Roridula are even stickier than Uhu! It´s no pleasure coming into touch with its glands. ;o)

Your plant collection is as always a wonderful sight! You are not only a gardener! You are a gardening wizard! :wink:

Thanks for letting us participate!

Andreas

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Thanks very match for intresting.

The roridula is grow this year for at least 30 cm,i not know if hes really eat the flys but it s a very sticky plant,i have try to removed the flys whit water but it not work at all.I grow this whole year in my greenhousse ,in winter min temp arround 3 °,in summer i rain my plants every day ,whit hot days twice,in winter every week.

I go try to take pics from my tuberous drosera this winter,many of them are begin to came out again,i think next month i can take the first serie pics from this,it s a nice sight when the bogs are filled whit many plants,in some of this are more then 50 different kinds of tuberous,

Cheers will

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A fantastic collection you have there! Well done on keeping such a variety of plants happy. That "flies graveyard" is an amazing sight ... I'd be delighted if any of my sticky plants were able to catch so many bugs!

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Wow! Luv your succulent collection too!

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Hi Will, thanks very much for sharing these pictures with us, it's a very impressive collection. Question: in the "some more special things" photo are there some Haemanthus albiflos? If so, have you been able to get them to flower? The nursery we bought ours from said they were very easy to grow but we can't get it to flower at all.

Thanks

Gaz

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Hi Gaz,albiflos flowering every year for me,soon in flower i go post a pic from,flowering in winter but flowers go not open totally ,to lesser light i think,when it s flower it s normally summer where it grow ,

Cheers Will

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You are a gardening wizard! :wink:
Completely agree - wow!
Thanks for letting us participate!
Yes - thanks for sharing a peek into your amazing collection!

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thanks Will, looking forward to the pic of the albiflos.

cheers

Gaz

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Thanks everyone ,i am glad you like it,soon more pics from tuberous drosera,

cheers Will

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Great and enviable collection!

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