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By hackerberry
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#16669
KruperTrooper wrote:Hey hb, do you plan on selling or giving away any, I really want one of those red pitchers you have. They look really healthy. :D
Hi KruperTrooper,

I'm afraid that it's the only hybrid that I got. I ordered it from Hawaiian Botanicals here in Canada and it's still a baby. I am just waiting for my Burmannii seeds to mature, I might ship some.
allenc666 wrote:whoa! that's like Plant Porn hahah :lol: nice plant's HB


allen,
Thanks Allen! Haha!

hb
By afh928
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Those Capensis are sick man, nice stuff! :mrgreen:
By hackerberry
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afh928 wrote:Those Capensis are sick man, nice stuff! :mrgreen:
Thanks man, they are one of the weeds in my collection.

hb
By Aging_Bourbon
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#18929
hackerberry wrote:
Thanks man, they are one of the weeds in my collection.

hb

Yet again Jun amazing plants.. but.. i don't like it when people call them weeds.. its like saying there worthless :(


allen,
By afh928
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#18938
Yeah, i wouldn't call them weeds, they DO have the tendency to sprout up everywhere, but they are beautiful and always welcome in my collection! Hopefully this attempt to grow them will be more fruitful than the last. Algae kicked serious a@# in the pots i used last time, but i didn't know much back then, and now i am algae free across the board. Hopefully Adam will send out those seeds soon! The anticipation is killing me, lol. The filiformis and binata seeds i ordered online should have been here by now too...hmmm...
By Aging_Bourbon
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#18977
haha yeah indeed. The Cape Sundew is one of my Favs.. a very awesome plant but its ability to to sprout up just show's us that these plants can adapt to almost every environment.. they are truely an amazing species of plant.


allen,
By hackerberry
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#19942
Just an update on the plants.

D. Burmannii with stalks...
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The Pings!
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My new D. Regia and the Capensis army behind the king.
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Ceph.
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Pygmy Sundews
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N. Singapore Giant
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Sarrs Seedlings
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Outside VFTs Mix.
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Dana's Delight and some VFTs...
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B52
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My 2 girls...
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hb

Maybe Drosera capillaris 'Long Arm'?

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