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Thread: Ping Pics To Ring In The New Year

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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Ooooh very very nice! Wish I could grow those things without them melting on me
    Me too! They turn out like a pile of brown sludge in no time at all... I just can't grow them!
    "I, for one, can't wait to grow Nepenthes extincta!"
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    Wow! Very nice plants!
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    Thanks!

    ---------- Post added at 08:47 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:45 PM ----------

    With the exception of P. moctezumae, P. primuliflora, and P. lusitanica, they are in a mix of perlite, crushed coral, sand, and egg shells. Basically, it's more of a mineral content and alkaline media.

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    WOW! The 'sethos doesn't need alkaline, right?

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    love the weser think its my fav. great growin. and photoing.
    thank you for the hard work , it takes some time to take this many pics and load them here, do you have to offload then reload , or are you able to load direct?
    Have you seen zero's gypsicola. its a beauty.
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    Hope you dont mind zero just think this is so fine i wanted to show it again. thanks

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    I don't know if it needs it, but that is my chosen mix for nearly all the Mexican pings. If they don't grow, then I try a more acidic mix (P. moctezumae).

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    Winter Beauties!



    Here is whats currently blooming for me. Pings are a definite treatment for the winter blah.

    left to right, back to front

    P. agnata "Ekuma" x emarginata; P. caerulea; P. laueana; P. esseriana; P. 'Aphrodite'; P. emarginata x moranensis var. caudata "Phlogiston"; P. gigantea; ; P. "AL #14" P. emarginata x jaumavensis; P. emarginata Red Leaf; P. emarginata "Pale Flower"
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 12-04-2010 at 08:11 PM. Reason: add species info key for photo

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    Oooooohhhh..... what I think is lauenea (red flower)!

    There aren't as many flowering as there was a month ago, but yeah, pings do keep it going.




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