VFT gardens

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VFT gardens

by Droseracloner314 » Sat Jan 12, 2013 3:49 am

Hey there guys. Still new here and still trying to nurse a dead looking d. Capensis and a d. Mad. But also I've been looking here for aesthetically pleasing indoor pot setups for vft's and dews. Wondering if you guys have pics of your setups. Basically pleasing looking pots and tubs setups. Looking for ideas that are more pleasing to look at for the wonderful wife! Excited to see your pics! :D

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Re: VFT gardens

by lil hokie » Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:07 am

Haha looks like no one does. I keep all mine outside.

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Re: VFT gardens

by parker679 » Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:23 pm

VFT's like a lot of light so most people who grow them inside do so under artificial lights.

Most of these set-ups, while pleasing to look at from our point of view, are not attractive in the traditional sense. ;)

I've seen a lot of great set-ups here, but I can't think of one that I could convince my wife was pleasing to look at.


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