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By Smooter80
Posts:  1038
Joined:  Wed Feb 17, 2016 5:33 pm
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If you have some photos of your CPs producing nectar, please share them.

I live in a dry summer climate. The midday humidity gets down into the teens. It surprises me how much necar is still visible on some of my plants. Here are a couple of shots. I'll try to get better photos when the sun is not so intense.
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By Fishman
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Ill try to get better angles next time lol
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By cjpflaumer
Posts:  682
Joined:  Sat Aug 17, 2013 5:55 pm
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Smooter80 wrote:Thanks for sharing CJ. It's very drippy :)

Come on people!! There have to be more photos out there.
It was the most I've seen out of that plant in 3 years. On an older pitcher too!
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By xr280xr
Posts:  2806
Joined:  Wed Jun 22, 2011 3:29 pm
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I don't have much going on right now, but here are a couple I already shared:
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