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    Hilla im buying more plants (is addictive), here go the list, tell me wich ones are like ppl say bomb proof (noobs proof) , i want neps!! XD.
    neps:
    alata
    Velvet
    miranda
    coccinea
    sanguinea

    drosera:
    adelae
    alicia
    spathulata
    binata
    japonica
    capensis
    capensis red
    carbarup
    filiformis
    madagascarensis
    nataliensis

    sars:
    purpurea
    catesbae
    psitacinea
    farhamii

    pings:
    ag X hem
    agnatha
    primuliflora
    moranensis
    ibarrae
    esseriana
    ehlersiae

    others:
    u.longifolia
    u.sandersonii
    u.subulatta
    ceph
    darlingtonia

    dionaeas: is same care all right?
    Red dragon
    Red piranhia
    Big mouth
    Dente
    Red mouth
    green

    answer fast please



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    Cha, we need your growing conditions. D. capensis is bomb-proof to almost the whole world except Singapore where I am in.
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    lol, ok, um, te terraium is 70 to 80 farenheit, and humyditi swing from 64% to 90%, i want a bog garden, there the conditions are 40% humidity (almost all time), temp from 70f nights to 100f max in hot days. i tink is getting more hot out there.

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    Winter Conditions?

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    if you want a nice looking bomb-proof nep get N. Ventrata. as already stated CAPENSIS IS ALMIGHTY. IN YEAR 2046(and a half) THEY WILL TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!!!!!! try some terrestrial utrics they can be very pretty! and depending on your winter conditions...Sarrs, VFTs, terrestrial utrics, sundews and POSSIBLY some warm temperate butterworts. put a shade cloth over them in the sun. the summer temps seem RELY HOT!!!! to get the temps down for your plants use a small fan to blow some cool air. N. Ventrata could also do well in these condidtions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]CAPENSIS IS ALMIGHTY. IN YEAR 2046(and a half) THEY WILL TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!!!!!!
    you think it will take that long? i was thinking in about 2020(and three-fourths) myself

    most Drosera do not like high humidity and low air circulation. infact most would prefer 20% and lots of air movement

    U. sandersonii is simple to grow and i HIGHLY recomend it
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    ok, um winter is cold very cold we get 5F but inside my room the are protected from snow and ice.

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    oh forgot, urtics cool i get them all!!, vtf are doing fine, i will pick 2 maybe any oft these nepenthes are easy to keep?

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