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    Drosera with this general shape can teleport into...

    Drosera with this general shape can teleport into suitable habitats from across the planet. Or their seeds can take forever to sprout even in ideal conditions. It's gotta be one of the two.
  2. Thread: Bical Rescue

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    Looks like it's doing better now. Also what's the...

    Looks like it's doing better now. Also what's the shiny purple thing?
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    Any ideas about thermostats?

    I have a heat lamp that I'm setting up with a terrarium to keep some plants warm enough to be in the terrarium rather than in a different room. The only problem is that on a warmer day the sun comes...
  4. Does it look like this? If so it's an adelae and...

    Does it look like this? If so it's an adelae and will probably not self pollinate. However you have a lot of time to trade with someone who has another adelae that can breed with yours.
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    Dendrobium repotting and root rot?

    I was repotting Den. nobile gold star and a few others today because they were in a really bad media and I saw some black roots. Should I cut these off to stop it from spreading or will it make it...
  6. Wait, you've only gotten a flower once? I'll send...

    Wait, you've only gotten a flower once? I'll send you some of mine if you want to see if it's dependent on the particular plant. My adelae seem to grow two stalks a year around this time, and they...
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    How hot does it get?

    How hot does it get?
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    I don't have experience doing this, but I will...

    I don't have experience doing this, but I will attempt it soon and I'll let you guys know. As for my guess as to why it works, the plant probably "realizes" that it isn't as stable or it thinks it...
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    There are two others of the same seed batch right...

    There are two others of the same seed batch right next to it that are shaped properly. This one could have an unusual light requirement, but you'd think the others would also and its a bit odd that...
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    Flat Drosophyllum.

    A while ago a briefly mentioned that one of my dewy pines came up with one leaf and then never got around to getting a picture of it. It has more than one leaf now, but it's still oddly shaped. More...
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    Does this tomatoes and other plants that are...

    Does this tomatoes and other plants that are fuzzy are protocarnivores too, because insects get stuck, die, and fall off where the plant absorbs them through the roots even though there isn't any...
  12. Further update: the polyploid adelae look a...

    Further update: the polyploid adelae look a little bit pointier with their leaves than the regular ones. Other than that I can't tell any difference.
  13. No, but what he's saying is the Celsius converted...

    No, but what he's saying is the Celsius converted version of what I'm saying. I've checked the weather in Uppsala and it isn't that much different, although -25C/-13F is pushing it for Sarrs.
  14. They apparently survive that climate. Their...

    They apparently survive that climate. Their native range is Connecticut up through the other northern states and a good chunk of Canada, but I haven't seen one personally. I'm just assuming they're...
  15. Northern Connecticut. Temperature is fifty...

    Northern Connecticut. Temperature is fifty degrees right now, but it's usually a lot colder than Uppsala. Average low is 18 degrees, minimum has been -25 ever and is -10 usually.
  16. Agree, although I wonder if they actually need...

    Agree, although I wonder if they actually need the mulching to be outside. There are enough wild ones somewhere nearby where I live to have pitcher plant moths, and no one's covering them.
  17. UPDATE: First leaf unfurling since exposure....

    UPDATE: First leaf unfurling since exposure. We'll see how it looks compared to control group plantlets of similar size.
    http://i.imgur.com/TA42Ahw.jpg

    In the meantime, here are some Brassica...
  18. Drosophyllum seedling with only one leaf.

    As more of my Drosophyllum lusitanicum seeds sprout, I noticed that one of them has only a single sticky leaf and figured some of you guys might want to hear about it. I'll keep tabs on it as it...
  19. Thread: Copepods!

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    Whenever I have copepods they come from the pond,...

    Whenever I have copepods they come from the pond, and there is usually a lot of pondwater and decaying plant material with them as well. I've never tried keeping them long term though.
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    Shouldn't they be dormant for another month or...

    Shouldn't they be dormant for another month or two?
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    I personally use a six disk ultrasonic fogger...

    I personally use a six disk ultrasonic fogger that can humidify a small room if you have a fan on it to keep the fog from ground hugging. It wasn't cheap but you can find smaller ones for ten to...
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    I'll get a picture of them soon. The rest look a...

    I'll get a picture of them soon. The rest look a lot better than the sanguinea.
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    terrarium probably being hotter to about 60...

    terrarium probably being hotter to about 60 during the day and fifty at night. Humidity is probably at about 60-70% in there
    That doesn't look like I knew for sure what they were.

    The spelling...
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    Because I was wondering what the thing wrong was,...

    Because I was wondering what the thing wrong was, because evidently it was something. It appears to be the snowmelt. And I'm wondering how much I have to adjust because for the most part it's warmer....
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    True that they will decline slowly over the...

    True that they will decline slowly over the years, but conditions are only cold for a month or so. If they grow in less than optimal conditions for only a couple months, won't this be negated by the...
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