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Whos the girl? Btw where do you work wicked?
Michelle, I have CPs at work and they are in a west-facing window and do just fine. I have great color on my D. adelae. You will enjoy your CP bowl at work. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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Another very nice one is D. venusta. Its a large rosetted form with wide spoonshaped green leaves with beautiful red tenticles.
Or another personal favorite of mine is D. filliformis. It wont move and curl around prey like a D. capensis but it is quite impressive the way its fiddlehead shaped new leaves unroll straight up.
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Hey Pond Boy,
I work at Loyola Marymount University. I have 2 southern facing "windows." I'm in the basement, so I just see a wall, and don't get any direct light. My coworker has the western facing window, so she's the one that will get to enjoy my cp bowl! I'm going to try with a p.primuliflora in a completely enclosed cup and see how that does. Last time (different office, same floro lights) I couldn't even keep a capensis alive [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]
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Well after seeing the sundew picture page I'm more lost as what to pick i like allot of them. Some thing easy to grow+ nice looking will work best for this gift. its for my girlfriend. she doesn't have any cp's but id like to show her cp's can be more than a disgusting little bug eating monster. =P
some of the ones that stuck out most in my mind were
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