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Thread: June 2008 quick tour of the greenhouse

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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    Here are a few more tour pics... We'll leave it at this for this time


    A ping tray


    Some P. agnata and P. (Yucca Do 1713)


    N. Miranda plant up in the rafters of the g/h


    Opening N. Miranda lower pitcher
    June 2008 quick tour of the greenhouse
    Older N. Miranda lower pitcher (sorry- bad back lighting)


    N. Miranda upper pitcher


    N. Miranda plant with N. sanguinea vine coming from right to play in the rafters


    The N. sanguinea vine going up to the N. Miranda plant


    Crazy bog "thing" of D. binata and D. capensis


    D. capensis Bains Kloof (front left) D. filiformis filiformis, D. filiformis Fl. giant (left rear) D. capensis "All Red" (the really red ones )


    D. capensis "All Red" propagation tray, and some D. capensis "All Red" potted out, with some typical Venus flytraps


    A tray of vft cultivars I'm propagating, still too small to sell (cup trap, all green, saw tooth, fang, B52, banded) Capensis "All Red" on left,a nd burmannii randomly....


    Venus Flytrap trays



    (top left tray is 'Akai Ryu' not receiving as much light as they should, but this tray isn't being sold yet. I forgot to get a pic of the current 'Akai Ryu' tray I'm pulling from, the color is amazing.) You can see them in the far corner of the 2nd Sarracenia picture in the first post (13th picture overall)


    Hope you enjoy!
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    Looking great Andrew.

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    Can't stop looking at your red cape propagation tray!!!! That's it!!! I'm starting my own!
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    they don't HAVE to kill, it's just too many bugs.
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    would regular glass panes that are dirty diffuse sunlight the same as polycarbonate panels?, I've also seen greenhouses that have their glass white-washed to maybe give the same effect.

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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    I think that would just degrade the quality of the light... This doesn't lessen the light, it's actually more, because at every point, the sun is hitting and being refracted into many more rays... When I am inside and look at a light outside, or the sun, it's not a round light.. it is a line that runs the whole length of the g/h. So even if the sun is to the right, I can look to the left and see the light because the light is hitting over there, and being refracted into every direction. So instead of one spot getting hit with one ray of light, it is being hit by many rays of light from every direction. Hope that makes sense. But really, g/h coverings is a whole other topic

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    PS- I forgot to post the view from the back of the g/h to the door apparently.

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    Whitewash on the panes is probably just poor man's shade cloth.
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    So is that how Sanguinea upper pitcher looks like? The 'all red' capensis tray looks so fuzzy! And I think that those 'Akai Ryu' with the bits of green look better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adnedarn View Post
    The N. sanguinea vine going up to the N. Miranda plant
    whats with the little baggys?, are they filled with LFS?

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