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By Rmac88
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Your grow list is amazing Matt, my wife rolled her eyes at me when I showed her that. Guess my list won't be that large :P
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By Matt
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Rmac88 wrote:Your grow list is amazing Matt, my wife rolled her eyes at me when I showed her that. Guess my list won't be that large
:lol: I'm sure Leah (my wife) would probably have done the same thing when I started this hobby. Fortunately for her there weren't very many varieties available in the US at the time. My list is a culmination of 6 years of hard-core searching and collecting of hard to obtain (or most of them at least used to be very hard to obtain) Dionaea cultivars :)
By Lord Death
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Joined:  Tue Mar 29, 2011 3:52 pm
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I would love to say that my favourite carnivorous plant is Drosera because they look amazing in the sunlight, but the mature plants tend to end up growing out of a brown column of dead leaves and their globules also dry up too frequently. For that reason alone I'll also choose the VFT as my favourite.
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By SFLguy
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I couldn't possibly let this thread not get a post in 2014, so here's my contribution:
Where's the update Matt?!
By katya_dog1
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Joined:  Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:45 pm
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Matt, do you have D. Muscipla "Galaxy" In your collection?
By jwalker
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Joined:  Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:39 pm
#218928
Hello Matt do u have pics of D. muscipula "FTS Bear" or the story behind it
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By Matt
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katya_dog1 wrote:Matt, do you have D. Muscipla "Galaxy" In your collection?
No, I don't have that one. It looks a lot like Angel Wings, so I probably won't try to acquire it.
jwalker wrote:Hello Matt do u have pics of D. muscipula "FTS Bear" or the story behind it
I have posted pics of FTS Bear somewhere in the forums, but I don't recall when or where. It's a nice plant, similar in size and growth habit to Jaws, with shorter teeth, but doesn't get the good coloration Jaws will. It's a plant I raised from seed back in 2010. I called it "Bear" because it looks like a bear trap and also after my cat, Bear.
By katya_dog1
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O.K. thanks!
By HouseOfCrawlers
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Joined:  Sun Jun 04, 2017 12:48 am
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Wow Nice Collection.
Can I copy and paste it on my wall as my wishlist? jk lol
By Carnivorous_Corner06
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Joined:  Tue May 30, 2017 6:44 pm
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No neps????
By ZeGamingCuber
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You made a typo. It’s sarracenia psittacina not sarracenia psittacnia.
By sbrooks
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ZeGamingCuber wrote:You made a typo. It’s sarracenia psittacina not sarracenia psittacnia.
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