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  1. jeff

    Should you cut a flower stalk?

    the game is to put the pollen (stamen, étamines in french)) on the lips of the stigma(stigmate). it is often difficult to reach the stamens so with a scissors or a cuter, we cut the corolla and the tube to achieve this. cross-fertilization and repetition of the manipulation will guarantee better...
  2. jeff

    Should you cut a flower stalk?

    when it is opened you can fertilize it with a brush, too bad you are not another because a cross fertilization is often a guarantee of better success
  3. jeff

    Noid ping, id help please

    excellent ;)you can even trade or sell now
  4. jeff

    Should you cut a flower stalk?

    wait for the flower to make a mature seed capsule before cutting it ;);)
  5. jeff

    How fast do Butterworts grow?

    all my gigantea are outdoor from may to october in a mineral substrate , in the shade, partial shade or morning sun, watering every 15 days by capillary action with rain water,for insects it manages on its own. from October to May it stays in my garage at 10-12 ° c with good luminosity and...
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    How fast do Butterworts grow?

    for me it is always necessary that the plants follow their seasonality, otherwise if you keep them out of dormancy (here in the case of gigantea it is characterized just by a decrease in the size of the leaves) they end up withering and having an aspect not very pretty. with just vermiculite...
  7. jeff

    Noid ping, id help please

    oups split , split
  8. jeff

    How fast do Butterworts grow?

    you have at least 3 plants in your pot, you can see it in the number of hearts. wait until October to split them and possibly make leaf cuttings. for the leaves to take as cuttings, always take the leaves that are near the substrate never those in the middle
  9. jeff

    Okay, I admit, I have orchids too

    tu t'en sors pas mal avec le français ;) tu as quoi comme especes d'orchidees australiennes ?
  10. jeff

    Willy's Pings

    for the ant plant seeds it is also a good method .;)
  11. jeff

    Okay, I admit, I have orchids too

    magnifique plante ;) have you others terrestrial australian orchids ?
  12. jeff

    Willy's Pings

    excellent for me this method is very effective, isn't it
  13. jeff

    Myrmecodia Fertilizer

    for the myrmecodia tuberosa 'armata' ( the real name) , the orchid fertilizer is too low in nitrogen, use a NPK fertilizer with a 2-digit N, for my part I commonly use a NPK 13-19-19 diluted to 2 grams per liter and sometimes even an NPK: 23-5-5
  14. jeff

    Seed pod?

    wait until your seed capsule is fully ripe. then you collect the seeds and sow them
  15. jeff

    Noid ping, id help please

    for me a 'moranensis G ' sumidero have not marked features on the throat or darker smudges at the lobe tabs
  16. jeff

    Willy's Pings

    I stay on a hybrid between agnata and ehlersiae see more like a 'pirouette' but it’s only my opinion I may be wrong
  17. jeff

    Willy's Pings

    for me it is not a moranensis but rather one of its hybrids. can you show us the corolla more face to see the throat ? other possible candidate agnata x ehlersiae. the darker spots at the corner of the lobe tab make me think that there is a little agnata in your specimen
  18. jeff

    New BC member

    bienvenue à toi ;);)
  19. jeff

    Starting my ping collection from Willy.

    ok , can you tell us the percentage of each material, you do not put a lime element in your substrate ?
  20. jeff

    Willy's Pings

    I have been using this method for a few years for many plants (not just carnivores) and it often works really well. great success, now you have to make the transition with a substrate ;) sometimes it's not very easy
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