So.... as of yet, I these seeds still have not sprouted:
D. venusta D. nitidula D. pulchella D. pygmaea D. androsaceae S. alata red throat S. rubra N. truncata N. albomarginata P. alpina P. grandiflora P. poldinii
I still have them in my little pots with moss that I've been trying to keep down. It's been 7 months of waiting.... others have already sprouted and are growing good... should I let them go and use the space for other plants or leave them be with beyond crossed fingers? Suggestions would be appreciated...
Pygmy dew seeds are hard except pygmaea. Sarr seeds should be easy. If the nep seeds aren't super fresh you won't have a lot of luck. I've never had ping seeds to try. Some seeds take months. If you want some sarr seeds, let me know. I have lots.
Updated. Mainly dates aquired and removal of "seeds" that didn't work, addition of items forgotten with the last update (Nep cuttings from Dan) and cleaning the list up thanks to the reminder from Hal's post
Not big, not big at all. I decided to change the watering schedule and got for a bigger pot size than the rest of my neps due to advise I've read on the net. It didn't work cause my media was too wet, making the rajah decline and get worse until the leaves were smaller than when I got it a year ago. Now that I potted it like the rest, the leaves are finally not aborting the tendrils and growing bigger. When in doubt, stay with what works and play with the lease expensive nore available plants
Mind you... because of it, I've got my setup ready for that villosa A pic of the night time conditions ( rajah is in the middle)
Last Edit: Feb 16, 2010 19:11:53 GMT -5 by prmills
Updated with the plants from CPGeek and Rug. Also some nep seedlings that will survive! Esp my special N. villosa seedling, YAY! Now lets hope it's an actual villosa I'll post pics of it in the summer. I'm doing a progression picture with it
Ha I just looked over your list and saw U. prehensilus from Labine- I originally got that sucker from Tommy 5+ years ago, gave it to several people, then last year was asked by Tommy if I still had it since his had passed on. When Labine visited, I gave him a glob of it with the instructions to make sure Tommy got some back (he did) , and now it went right overtop of me to end up way out in Alberta- that is one well-travelled clone!!
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