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  1. Lloyd Gordon

    Drosera oreopodion

    I find the pygmies like humidity.
  2. Lloyd Gordon

    Springtails *Adult Content, May contain Mating Rituals*

    I'm surprised I don't have nightmares of these critters crawling about my home.
  3. Lloyd Gordon

    Muckydoo's pings

    At least you have labels.
  4. Lloyd Gordon

    Victoria barbecue/open greenhouse

    On top of everything, an amazing Disa.
  5. Lloyd Gordon

    Helis mainly but dews, VFT, few Neps, maybe Brochinia. Depend on my energy level.

    I put my Heli's lower than my other plants, further from the lights, with ventilation openings and two fans. Misting daily. Temps depend on the season, colder in summer and warmer in winter. So average of 18°C lights off and 24°C, lights on. On the basement floor.
  6. Lloyd Gordon

    Drosera paradoxa

    If you don't want seeds, cut it. Flowering seems to weaken the plant.
  7. Lloyd Gordon

    Helis mainly but dews, VFT, few Neps, maybe Brochinia. Depend on my energy level.

    One pitcher looks ok, give it time.
  8. Lloyd Gordon

    Helis mainly but dews, VFT, few Neps, maybe Brochinia. Depend on my energy level.

    That's a good sign. Your plant did seem to suffer more "dry back" than mine, probably because mine had more extensive roots. However the new pitcher means your plant is on its way.
  9. Lloyd Gordon

    Darlingtonia Hardiness in Canada?

    I think ordinary Sarr overwintering conditions would be fine. I think the hot summer is the problem: keeping the roots cool and aerated.
  10. Lloyd Gordon

    Baby Pitcher, etc.

    You can also foliar fertilize, ~100 ppm of orchid food.
  11. Lloyd Gordon

    Grow tent madness

    Out of curiosity, what will you do with all those Sarrs?
  12. Lloyd Gordon

    Spotted/diseased leaves on N. hamata

    Looks like a light issue to me.
  13. Lloyd Gordon

    What are these bugs, and should I kill them?

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  14. Lloyd Gordon

    What are these bugs, and should I kill them?

    Yes history is nuanced but sadly often violent.
  15. Lloyd Gordon

    What are these bugs, and should I kill them?

    I used to think that before I had the peach.
  16. Lloyd Gordon

    What are these bugs, and should I kill them?

    Belgium is a fairly fertile country. I haven't studied their cuisine to any extent but I'm sure it is very acceptable. Great is subjective anyway. I have to admire a country that makes delicious lambic beer with fruit (Morte Subite Peach is my favourite tipple).
  17. Lloyd Gordon

    What are these bugs, and should I kill them?

    BTW, you can both be victim and descendant. The Vikings often had descendants without wives.
  18. Lloyd Gordon

    What are these bugs, and should I kill them?

    Belgians make my favourite beers. Also mussels and fries look tasty.
  19. Lloyd Gordon

    What are these bugs, and should I kill them?

    Belgium, Japan, France etc., depending on your definition of delicious cuisine and rampaging.
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