Nice N. burkei!
Nice N. burkei!
Actually, I have never considered this option Maybe next year I should give this a try.
I may just do that, you are too kind, thank you.
No problem Djoni. Pretty sure I owe you a favor anyway. I'm positive you'll have them thriving by next fall.
I really like your S. American 'dews, especially after eating. They look very robust. I wasn't aware of Drosera rubrifolia. What group does that one belong to? A very nice looking plant.
A cold one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - SB
Thanks Mark. I'm pretty sure that the D.tomentosa came from you.
Drosera rubrifolia is a South African species that at least superficially appears to be related to D.slackii and D.venusta. I only recently received this species and don't have a lot of experience with it yet. So far it seems to like higher humidity than most of my other ZA plants but, this could be due to the conditions that it was previously kept in. At any rate, it's a very interesting species and I hope to start propagating and spreading it around soon.
You've got some really stunning plants there. Awesome setup.
My plant thread. http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...wsill-Exploits
Many of the tuberous Drosera species are waking up for the season.....
Drosera squamosa (Formerly Drosera erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa) - Laterite Growing Form
Drosera basifolia (Formerly Drosera menziesii ssp. basifolia)
Drosera menziesii (Formerly Drosera menziesii ssp. menziesii)
The South American Drosera are also enjoying cooler temps and some fresh T5's.
Nepenthes x trusmadiensis - Clone #1
Nepenthes eymae - Intermediate Pitcher
Nepenthes fusca - Sarawak Red
Nepenthes fusca - Upper Pitcher
Nepenthes glandulifera - Seed Grown - EP
Nepenthes hamata - MT
Nepenthes tenuis - AW
Nepenthes veitchii - "Pink"
Some new Disa orchids. D.aurata, D.tripetaloides and D.uniflora.
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Well, I'm impressed......
I don't really seem to have a lot of luck in getting the tuberous species to stay around, they don't form big enough tubers to go through the summer. I'm jealous.
And that D. graomogolensis is jaw-dropping. I thought mine was doing really well, but apparently it has a long ways to go
Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
There is far more to everything than meets the eye.