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By evenwind
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It's been about 3 weeks since we got our plants from the BCP Group Order. I would guess that any pitcher plants are still recovering but my VFTs are looking pretty good. I ordered 3 different "1343" clones and got a free A22 clone. All the clones were listed as "1-3 cm" in size. The A22 was at least 3 cm and big enought to put into 2 pots. Two of the three "1343" clones where around 2 cm and one closer to 1 cm. All in all, I'm happy...
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By evenwind
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Matt wrote:Those "1343" clones look very interesting! Like Alien x Green Mutant or something along those lines. Very cool!
I totally agree.:) I can only hope my skillset is enough to keep them alive and growing...
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By evenwind
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Anymal911 wrote:Those look beautiful! I especially like the coloration on the A22's.
The BCP calls them "All Red" but shows them as deep red with a lot of green on the leaves and trap edges. I guess time will tell.
By SEWinans
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Some of my BCP plants. Some of the dionaea are too small to photograph with my phone so I didn't inlcude them. It looks like a pot of long fiber sphagnum haha. They're growing well though!!
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By SEWinans
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Cudo is coloring up. I actually really enjoy this plant. Hope I can keep it alive as I heard it was finicky!

If anyone else has it and has any advice for me, please share :)
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By Mufasa
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omg!
lol, i was looking at the 1343 pics, and then the following posts pics thinking... this looks like cudo.. and atleast the last one is!

would love to get a cudo... maybe down the line i can convince matt to send me a culture ... might even be worth the australian import costs
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I grew Cudo for a few years and it did OK for me. I don't recall it being terribly finicky at the time. Unfortunately it was too small for me to enjoy and ultimately its smallness let to its demise. Leah was cleaning out the greenhouses one day and didn't realize that the pot my Cudo was in actually had a plant in it! :shock: :(
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By katya_dog1
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Very nice Cudo, Sarah! I haven't seen any pictures of it coloring up like that, it looks quite nice.
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