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von gonzer
Donnerstag, 6 Oktober 2011, 14:52
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Namenssuche
Antworten: 6
Zugriffe: 1985

Re: Namenssuche

T. bergeri
von gonzer
Donnerstag, 10 Juni 2010, 13:56
Forum: Identification
Thema: jalisco-monticola?????
Antworten: 3
Zugriffe: 1624

Joachim, the old label (!) had the species as jalisco-m. The reason I don't think it is a fasciculata is the fact that the inflorescence is very flat, unbranched and the flowers barely exceed the bracts. I propose that it may instead be T. compressa. I have checked all of Derek's files and can't fin...
von gonzer
Dienstag, 8 Juni 2010, 1:07
Forum: Identification
Thema: jalisco-monticola?????
Antworten: 3
Zugriffe: 1624

jalisco-monticola?????

The flowers do not exert themselves out of the bracts and the inflorescence is not flat, not inflated.

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von gonzer
Montag, 24 Mai 2010, 23:19
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Tillandsie sucht Namen
Antworten: 3
Zugriffe: 1549

I think perhaps T. scaposa.
von gonzer
Freitag, 16 April 2010, 23:56
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Tillandsia Identifications
Antworten: 6
Zugriffe: 1815

#1 could be brachycaulos that's seen too much shade.

#2 no idea

#3 funkiana

#4 looks like something with neglecta in the mix

#5 stricta
von gonzer
Freitag, 16 April 2010, 14:19
Forum: Cultivation
Thema: How to grow subtropical Tillandsia in hot Singapore
Antworten: 6
Zugriffe: 4740

I agree with Harry's reply. I have tried species similar to velickiana such as macdougallii, oaxacana, and andrieuxii in our climate and found that the humidity and warm nights rot the plants. As Timm alluded to, Chanin may have something to add. Good luck.
von gonzer
Montag, 1 März 2010, 14:48
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Tillandsien im südlichen Mexico
Antworten: 30
Zugriffe: 10196

Tillandsia fasciculata var. fasciculata.
von gonzer
Montag, 15 Februar 2010, 0:28
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Aechmea pineliana var. minuta
Antworten: 6
Zugriffe: 1574

Yes, although nicht voll entwickelt yet.
von gonzer
Dienstag, 1 Dezember 2009, 14:46
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Billbergia
Antworten: 7
Zugriffe: 4041

With acknowledgement to Margaret and Derek Butcher. 'Auntie Margaret Queries' Billbergia brasiliensis Margaret Butcher Please think Billbergia brasiliensis if your Billbergia has blue coiled up petals. just read on for details of what has happened over the years. Have you ever been bothered by a pro...
von gonzer
Donnerstag, 15 Oktober 2009, 23:19
Forum: Kultur
Thema: @ Joachim (und andere...): Kultur von Tillandsia australis
Antworten: 13
Zugriffe: 4849

Southern California 2006, moderately dry, never wet.

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von gonzer
Sonntag, 4 Oktober 2009, 13:53
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Tillandsia ID
Antworten: 9
Zugriffe: 2162

Gérard, those are beautiful habitat shots. What really makes me shake my head is that an Anthurium species grows there. Somehow I can't equate that plant in that locale. :?: Thanks for the photos.

Greg
von gonzer
Montag, 28 September 2009, 23:01
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Tillandsia ID
Antworten: 9
Zugriffe: 2162

That is really a bizzare looking Vriesea Timm. I don't believe I've ever seen a leaf configuration like that on them.
von gonzer
Montag, 28 September 2009, 14:53
Forum: Identifikation
Thema: Tillandsia ID
Antworten: 9
Zugriffe: 2162

Gérard, is it possible you have a species of Catopsis instead of Tillandsia?
von gonzer
Freitag, 21 August 2009, 13:59
Forum: Cultivation
Thema: new way for Tillandsia seed germination?
Antworten: 3
Zugriffe: 2118

That is a very good idea Timm. Bild

The cork pieces I've been using are leftover "scraps".
von gonzer
Mittwoch, 19 August 2009, 1:02
Forum: Kultur
Thema: New way for Tillandsia seed germination?
Antworten: 0
Zugriffe: 1164

New way for Tillandsia seed germination?

Halo friends. Please see my post in the English forum. I would appreciate any comments you have. Thank you.

Greg