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    My P. gypsicola sits in the same tray as the P....

    My P. gypsicola sits in the same tray as the P. martinezii. :angel:
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    What if you have added no mineral to your peat...

    What if you have added no mineral to your peat substrate jeff?
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    I keep them damp like a standard house plant over...

    I keep them damp like a standard house plant over winter.

    Mine are outside in an unheated , well ventilated greenhouse and they're pretty hardy.

    Plants pictured December 26th 2017.
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    That is way too small. It's more micro than mini....

    That is way too small. It's more micro than mini. What's it equivalent to? A 3" pot?

    Postage alone would cost more than the usefulness at that size.

    Sorry but you requested to be honest.
  5. Thread: Free range Sarrs

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    A measured amount of this - ...

    A measured amount of this -

    https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-d80c2d467511ab756e2f3c8c40cff0ea

    - may help with that problem. Whether you use it on the concrete or the contractor is personal...
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    If you're considering an 18 inch x 18 inch...

    If you're considering an 18 inch x 18 inch mini-bog, I think you should seriously consider a drilled hard container. ( Drilled at the maximum water level you wish to maintain) They're quite easy to...
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    Most of them lived in the greenhouses. It's...

    Most of them lived in the greenhouses. It's interesting every year to see what the new hatchling crop comprises of.
  8. Thread: Frozen crickets

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    You can have the problem of feeding too large...

    You can have the problem of feeding too large prey which may lead to a fungal attack. The safest course is not to feed artificially at all. But if you're determined to do it. If the plants start...
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    The only jerk chefs are associated with is...

    The only jerk chefs are associated with is Jamaican cuisine. ( We have to be nice to chefs as they own some very sharp knives :grin: )

    I also have a good range of Araneus diadematus. A small...
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    Ok so according to the meteorologists it doesn't...

    Ok so according to the meteorologists it doesn't officially start until September 23rd this year. The weather doesn't follow what they say - the proof is in the weather forecasts :-))

    However
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    Autumn (Fall) Confirmed

    Seeing this in the morning confirms the change in season.
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    I'm wondering why it took me so long to decide to...

    I'm wondering why it took me so long to decide to grow some.
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  13. Don't you have any sphagnum bogs in California?

    Don't you have any sphagnum bogs in California?
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    Very interesting. Here in the UK I find that S....

    Very interesting.
    Here in the UK I find that S. purpurea pitchers last well into a second season. That's in unheated greenhouses.
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    What's going on is there is a fungus growing in...

    What's going on is there is a fungus growing in your medium and it's decided it's time to reproduce. This is not an unusual occurrence. You can remove the mushroom but the fungus will still be in...
  16. Thread: Yes or no

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    Oh dear, this sprang to mind immediately. ...

    Oh dear, this sprang to mind immediately.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krD4hdGvGHM
  17. Thread: Yes or no

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    Is it soil ( garden soil) or moss peat? I also...

    Is it soil ( garden soil) or moss peat? I also presume it's dead sphagnum not live.
  18. Thread: Mexican flowers

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    A little P. gypsicola x moctezumae. ...

    A little P. gypsicola x moctezumae.
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    Thank you DE

    Thank you DE
  20. Giant millipedes, ones that like to climb (eg -...

    Giant millipedes, ones that like to climb (eg - Colossobolus giganteus). :bigthumpup:
  21. Thread: Mexican flowers

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    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Jj0S5QRBdHDV_Rwi...

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Jj0S5QRBdHDV_RwibH5y_jkpuirkVJVwfbXMgrRpYIptb8sZfvhOT0oiVyUkLtu53lA--i8g7u5vD-RilKichEtzCnRc8o41tnqrfD9U_EY5TF3NZewstv_06aN0GC8d48hbxcji0A=w2400
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    With a little sun on its face ...

    With a little sun on its face
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    And of course the flower itself. ...

    And of course the flower itself.
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    Pinguicula 'Linz'

    A slightly different view of the plant in flower.
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    If there is no label and there is no provenance...

    If there is no label and there is no provenance it should not then be labelled as a known cultivar no matter if it looks similar. By all means say it is a hybrid with the look of a particular...
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