My runners up would be Heli's and Sarrs. They look like colorful social groups in the middle of a party, each one saying something different.
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lavandulum wrote:Ooh, and helis are wonderful... I think they could win my heart if I had the necessary conditions to grow them! For now, I just admire them from afar.Some Heli's can be pretty adaptable. If I remember correctly Matt grows his in open air conditions in the garage. Some varieties do need a much more stable environment though.
w03 wrote:Genlisea for me! (And Utricularia as a runner-up :p).Genlisea is my runner-up. But it's hard to appreciate them to the fullest extent without seeing them in person.
The traps look so unique, and their little rosettes are pretty cute.
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