My aristolochoides have taken forever to grow an inch. I must be doing something wrong.
Some others have done a little better though, some pictures from this morning:
Thank you very much vraev.
Actually the Rajah's took much longer before they started pitchering. It must have taken those two plants over a year to produce the first pitcher and growing nice, but now they are producing consistently so each plant has 4 or 5 small pitchers.
I guess I would be the same Alex you are talking about.
I would also have to agree with the light, but I made my greenhouse before my neighbour made his house and he built a big wall right over the greenhouse because his house sits higher on the hill. I now get full sunlight until the early...
Mine also comes from BE and took about 6 months to start producing pitchers. It remained witout any new growth for probably half that time and then it's now trowing some basals that I have rooted.
The first pitcher it made came out with missing tooth, the second and following ones came out...
It's supposed to be either gracillima x ventricosa or ventricosa x ramispina.
I only keep nep species, but was told by the friend who got two of them, that it was a really nice plant and I bought it. I just got back yesterday from easter vacation and found the plant in my greenhouse.
I now experimented with a new (for me) macro flash equipment. Some photos are very good, some others I didn't get them right, this flash system I'm using has 3 separate flashes, two for macro and one for backround lighting, and output is adjusted separately, so I just haven't had enough time to...
I'm growing all of the above, but all those plants are still small and no where close to producing upper pitchers.
I have them all in the coolest place in the greenhouse and they are all doing great, but not growing very fast.
Have just posted pics of Dubia and Inermis, the others I had posted...
Well, Mexico can be very hot, but I live at 8,500Ft so the winter months, when the viking came it are much more in the cool side. Night temperatures are usually around the upper 30's and sometimes go as low as low 30's.
Inside the greenhouse it can get somewhat warm, but not outside. Mexico...