Thank you for the kind words! Yes the esseriana is in a 2" pot and has been the happiest pot of them I've had. Lately I mostly just lay extra leaves next to the plants in their pot for pullings instead of going through extra steps but part of that is also because I have the luxury of having...
Haven't been around these parts in a while and thought I should post some pictures in this thread. You all shared your experiences with me and helped me get started so I pretty much owe you all some pictures :pics:
Yucca Do 1713
P. esseriana in full bloom
Hate to be that guy but the saying is exactly the opposite: "One bad apple spoils the bunch," which is true of apples :sorry:
I'm pretty annoyed with the article and its misrepresentations. Our group is such a great bunch and it's really not warranted to insinuate that we're anything else.
Bumping an old thread to add my P. ehlersiae. I was hesitant to say it was crested because I've seen once with a jaumavensis where it appeared to be on the verge of cresting but instead just divided but now I'm pretty convinced.
My plant used to look like this March 5th:
Here it is May...
Well I guess this would be a good spot to post these pictures. I got this U. asplundii x campbelliana a couple months back. It came with a couple leafy bits and the start of a bud. I was thinking maybe the bud would abort but just left it alone and now it is starting to open. This is my...
I didn't get pictures of every plant and sorry if I get any IDs wrong - just let me know so I can correct them. It was a fun time as always and somehow my streak of acquiring new Mexican Pinguicula at the meetups continues!
Benurmanii's P. primuliflora 'Rose'
Patrick's D. adelae 'Giant'...
100% turface works and I've been told aquatic planting medium (API Pondcare brand) can be good too if turface is a pain to get a hold of, though haven't tried myself. Ben's mix is very nice but requires more individual components so turface is great for lazy bums like me.