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By Sp0nser
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#354877
Sarracenia-
Sarracenia Oreophila
Sarracenia (unknown cross)
Sarracenia 'Yellow Jacket'
Sarracenia Flava 'Rubricorpora'
Sarracenia Psittacina
Sarracenia PP. Venosa 'Tattnall CO, GA'

Nepenthes -
Nepenthes ventrata
Nepenthes ventricosa
Nepenthes sanguinea
Nepenthes aristolochioides x ventricosa
Nepenthes alata "variegated"
Nepenthes hamata
Nepenthes jamban
Nepenthes jacquelineae
Nepenthes klossii, clone 271
Nepenthes tenuis
Nepenthes truncata

Drosera-
Drosera Capensis
Drosera multifida extrema

Pygmy Drosera-
All lost to an accident :cry:

Tuberous Drosera-
Drosera hookeri

Dionaea:
Alot of "king henrys"
Dionaea "DCXL"
Dionaea "coquillage"

All my nepenthes are grown on a windowsill
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By crazy_carnivores
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#355274
would you have any basals you are willing to trade?
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By bijillon
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Sp0nser wrote: Unfortunately, its a small plant and has yet to produce a basal, sorry
Sent you a pm, not about buying or trading plants.


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By Sp0nser
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bijillon wrote: Fri May 29, 2020 2:21 am
Sp0nser wrote: Unfortunately, its a small plant and has yet to produce a basal, sorry
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Thanks anyway :D
By Tigerscott79
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Joined:  Wed Jun 10, 2020 4:14 pm
#357212
How much for your variegated alata? Just curious love variegated plants

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By Tigerscott79
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#358577
No worries wasnt sure haha had ask bet it's a beauty

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By Apollyon
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Sp0nser wrote:Got my first tuberous drosera... kinda intimidated by the care
Good luck!
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By Sp0nser
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Im getting a cephalotus follicularis hummers giant in a little and was wondering if anyone had some care tips, im planning to grow it under a t4 fluorescent light using the tray method in highland temps. Thanks

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By Apollyon
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I'd suggest a tall pot or keeping the water table very low if you're going to keep it in water. It doesn't need much and overdoing it could collapse the plant. Heavy draining media helps. I kept mine in high humidity for a while before acclimating it because they were effectively cuttings. Because they were greenhouse grown, they responded almost immediately. Some people slowly acclimate the plants but honestly cephalotus takes a while to acclimate to new conditions either way. I gave mine a tough love approach once I knew the plants had energy. The lighting should be fine though. They don't need a huge amount unless color is the game.
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By Sp0nser
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I literally cant edit my original post so im just gonna put down the new vfts im getting on a regular reply
Dionaea "Low Giant"
Dionaea "A2"
Dionaea "Pygmy" (Neotenic Clone D)

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