The experience of pruning reeds on a fen meadow with endemic Pinguicula bohemica are described in this article.
Some words about the group trip to the Krkonoše National Park and its nature, where the members saw some rare plants such as Platanthera bifolia, Blechnum spicant, Pyrola minor, Veratrum album, Hieracium aurantiacum and Gymnadenia conopsea.
John Yates (translation by Patrik Hudec)
John Yates sent us a lot of information about Anstey Hill Recreation Park and NP Onkaparinga River in Australia. The wild population and the habitats of Drosera peltata, Drosera glanduligera, Drosera whittakeri, Drosera auriculata, Drosera macrantha subsp. planchonii and Drosera praefolia are described.
The first part of a literary review about South American sundews. It consists of an introduction chapter on the habitat, taxonomy and basic growing information and a chapter on describing the complex of Drosera villosa (D. villosa, D. ascendens and D. graomogolensis).
The importance of adding water to the pitchers of Nepenthes is mentioned, as it is very useful in dry conditions.
What is CITES, its role in EU and Czech, plants and especially CPs in CITES appendices.
The second article about pruning another fen meadow with population of rare Pinguicula bohemica. It is not only work, it can also be fun, says Jakub.
Simple and cheap cooling of a terrarium with highland Nepenthes. Only ice cubes and PC fan are needed.
How to succesfully grow European butterworts such as Pinguicula grandiflora, Pinguicula longifolia, Pinguicula vallisneriifolia, Pinguicula mundii and Pinguicula dertonensis? Very useful and quite surprising information is given. The key is an appropriate substrate, untreated lime clay is the best.
Allen Lowrie (translation by Zdeněk Žáček)
Pygmy sundews from southwest Australia: Drosera citrina, Drosera lasiantha, Drosera nivea, Drosera silvicola, Drosera stelliflora and tuberous sundews Drosera bicolor, Drosera macrophylla subsp. monatha from the same area. These new taxons and differences between them and similar species are described.
Michal Kouba, Patrik Hudec
A summary from our exhibition, which is traditionally arranged at the end of summer.