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By tael
#14167
They remind me of a tongue :D

Looking nice


Hehe, yeah. I really like these ones. =)

Thanks!
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By WORMSS
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#14179
when they catch something, you will have to upload a photo :D be nice to see a before and after type thing :D
By Redneck_Angel
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#14203
Wow, your Sundew collection is beautiful. I love how the dew makes these plants sparkle, like little deadly gems!!!
By tael
#14218
Kailey,

Very nice and thank you for sharing.


Giovanni


Thanks Gio! =)

when they catch something, you will have to upload a photo :D be nice to see a before and after type thing :D


Well, since they're indoors and also inside a glass bowl thingy, I don't think they'll be catching much. I tried feeding my adelae, whom is in a similar environment, and because of the high humidity in the environment, the food molded. So probably not a good idea. =) Maybe you can find a picture on google though?

Wow, your Sundew collection is beautiful. I love how the dew makes these plants sparkle, like little deadly gems!!!


Thanks! I know, the dew is so beautiful hehe. =) I can wait till all my seedlings grow up so I'll have a bunch of adult plants!
By tael
#14432
Nice looking plants Kailey! Thanks for sharing.


Thanks Matt! ;D
By tael
#16182
More pictures oh nooo!

d. x hybrida
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d. capensis 'alba' Making its first flowerstalk!
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s. x catesbaei God I love this plant.
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1/4 of my seedling area
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d. sessilifolia
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d. rotundifolia?
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d. burmannii
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d. anglica The one on the top is the one I've been feeding to see the difference in growth. Insane!
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P.S. I miss my camera. :( I can't do any closeups with this one cause the macro suuuucks! Oh well. :(
By afh928
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#16185
What would it take to get my hands on a division or SOMETHING of those catesbai?!?!?!?!?! I would pay whatever you asked, that plant is breathtaking!
By tael
#16201
What would it take to get my hands on a division or SOMETHING of those catesbai?!?!?!?!?! I would pay whatever you asked, that plant is breathtaking!


Thanks man!

I do have two babies from it, it just sucks cause I'm in Canada so I think it'd be really expensive. :( Are there any nurseries there that sell catesbaei?
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By Matt
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#16204
Thanks for posting updated photos Tael. I agree with Aaron, that catesbai is incredible. I have to get my hands on one of those once I get moved out to Oregon.
By tael
#16207
Thanks for posting updated photos Tael. I agree with Aaron, that catesbai is incredible. I have to get my hands on one of those once I get moved out to Oregon.


No problem! And thank you. =) Yeah you should get one for sure! One thing to note is that apparently they do not like the rain, I grow mine on the windowsill and it looks like this so I think they might be best as an indoor plant.
By English Springer
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#16223
Fantastic collection and I think the pics are fine!
If that one picture is just 1/4 of your growing area, you must have quite a set-up.
Peace!
E.S.
By tael
#16229
Fantastic collection and I think the pics are fine!
If that one picture is just 1/4 of your growing area, you must have quite a set-up.
Peace!
E.S.


Well, it's 1/4 of my seedling area! Then I have another shelf, my windowsill, balcony, and my bookshelf haha. (Now that I think about it, that is a decent amount). And thanks!

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