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  1. Teye01

    A Beginner's Heliamphora Thread

    Hey, How are they doing. Did you change anything in the set up meanwhile?
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    Plant of the Month June 2016

    I accidentally liked and thanked the post above because I wanted to reply :jester: . This is my entry. Sarracenia alata x areolata (I thought (forgot to lable it), but it is a hybrid anyway).
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    The photo thread of curtisconners

    There are two ways I know. Putting it in a bigger pot so you get the same effect as in the open ground. The other option is by making some cuttings in the bark. In that way the tree thinks the mucus layer is damaged an there will grow a new bit of wood. This is tricky, cause you could get an...
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    The photo thread of curtisconners

    I see, the evil groundhog:jester:. The tree won't break, definitley not. I have seen people bending a tree from 4-5 cm thick with no problem. If you're really scared of bending it too far you could use raffia but with the shape you already have, you could go for semi cascade. Ofcourse you could...
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    The photo thread of curtisconners

    Nice plants! About the bonsai. If you really want to make a good looking bonsai, you should put it in the ground and let it become thicker. Otherwise it will not be looking like a tree in the wild, and that is what you want to achieve. I wouldn't go for fukinagashi (windswept) cause it is really...
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    Plant of the Month May 2016

    Wow! Really nice coloration do you have on those traps!
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    Plant of the Month May 2016

    Drosera binata multifida extrema [ img ] Small little leaf :) Okay, it's lot beautifuller on a small screen I just noticed :(
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    Drosera seedeverywherei

    How are they doing today? Or did you throw them away?
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    Urtricularia fulva care

    Don't worry it happens to the best. Maybe you need to de some research before you want to rule us all ;). No just kidding
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    Urtricularia fulva care

    Thanks for every reply but I haven't got them yet, cause when I wanted to buy it the plants of the man where I wanted to buy them got sick. Instead of fulva I have now a sandersonii for free and a microcalyx. I live in the Netherlands so that isn't going to happen curtisconners :) but thanks ;).
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    Urtricularia fulva care

    I can use microcalyx care as well :)
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    Urtricularia fulva care

    Hello, I want to keep urtricularia fulva but I don't seem to find much information about Charing for these little guys. I live in the Netherlands and just thought of keeping them next to my tropical drosera's. Is that okay? Do they need a dry season or a (overfloating) wet season to get them to...
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