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By i_am_Sanyi
Posts:  33
Joined:  Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:02 pm
#88687
Hey!
So i thought i post what i have:)
With time i will update this :)

Dionaea muscipula
-Akai Ryu
-B52
-Big Jaws (new)
-Big Mouth
-Big Vigorous
-Clone K1
-Cross Teeth
-Cudo (new)
-Cupped Trap
-Dentata
-Erecta
-Fang
-Fine tooth x red
-Forma Typica
-Fused Tooth (new)
-Fuzzy Tooth (new)
-Fused x Fuzzy Tooth (new)
-Jaws Smiley (new)
-Long red fingers
-Low Giant (new)
-Pink Venus
-Royal Red
-Red Burgundy
-Sylvia

Sarracenia
-Juthatip Soper
-Leucophylla
-Purpurea (1 green 1 red)

Drosera
-Aliciae
-Capensis forma typica
-Intermedia 'typ Cuba'
-Spathulata

Nepenthes
-Ventricosa Hybrid
Last edited by i_am_Sanyi on Thu Sep 13, 2012 9:38 pm, edited 9 times in total.
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By stitz25b
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#88693
camoflauged vft
By victor
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#88775
Awesome growlist and plants!
By i_am_Sanyi
Posts:  33
Joined:  Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:02 pm
#136661
Hey guys!

A thought i post an update on my plants. I got them out of dormancy a month ago or so, and now they are looking pretty good i think. They are still indoors, because the temps are still pretty low outside (night 2-6 °C, day 12-18 °C ). This year i would like to get a few new plants, we will see when and what it will be :)
The smaller pots are 14cm, the bigger ones for the sarracenias are 20cm in diameter

Dionaea:

Akai Ryu

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B52

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Big Mouth

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Big Vigorous

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Clone K1

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Cross Teeth

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Cupped Trap

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Erecta

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Forma Typica

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Red Dragon

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Drosera

Aliciae

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Intermedia Typ Cuba

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Spathulata

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Nephentes

Ventricosa Hybrid

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Sarracenia

Juthatip Soper

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Leucopylla


Purpurea

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By Charli
Posts:  56
Joined:  Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:30 pm
#136737
Ohh wow those plants look so great!! I hope my collection can look as awesome as yours someday--

How deep are those single-plant pots? Hard to tell from the pictures.
By FlyTrapper1392
Posts:  149
Joined:  Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:32 am
#136744
Charli wrote:Ohh wow those plants look so great!! I hope my collection can look as awesome as yours someday--
Don't worry it will look as good as theirs after time! My skills have improved a lot just from being on this website. ;)
By i_am_Sanyi
Posts:  33
Joined:  Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:02 pm
#136772
The pots are 13, the bigger ones for the sarracenias are 16cm deep. I would use deeper ones, but cannot find any usefull ones.. :(
I have them in these pots since 2009, i only repot them every year in feb-marc, but it seems they like it :)
Last edited by i_am_Sanyi on Wed Apr 11, 2012 6:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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