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By iBaman
Posts:  304
Joined:  Sun Dec 25, 2011 7:57 pm
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And why?

I haven't gotten the opportunity to raise anything but VFT's, but it's probably a close tie between VFT's and Drosera =]
By Tony C
Posts:  352
Joined:  Wed Mar 07, 2012 10:23 am
#134631
Sarracenia are my favorites by far (and this is reflected in my growlist :mrgreen: ), particularly S. flava. I love the shape of the pitchers, the great color variety and weird flowers.
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By stitz25b
Posts:  2247
Joined:  Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:10 am
#134640
i love drosea. mainly scorpiodes or capensis
i love the way they trap prey and how they look in god light condition :)
By markus13
Posts:  483
Joined:  Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:50 am
#134689
The teeth are the best. I love the Cephs for it and the Neps too, especially hamata, villosa, and macrophylla.
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By pieguy452
Posts:  2460
Joined:  Sun May 22, 2011 11:09 pm
#136108
My favorite would have to be the venus flytrap. I love the way they eat insects, the way the plant looks, their diversity, how intriguing they are, how fast they close (they can close faster than a blink of the eye, and faster than a bullet traveling a mere 100 yards!), their menacing teeth, their coloration, and so much more.
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