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    Stay chooned in for more! Clint's Avatar
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    50% is ok for most things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Drosera36 @ Oct. 29 2006,4:19)]
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    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ Oct. 28 2006,6:22)]
    vraev, 'cause there's only one species of VFT, and they get boring after a while....

    -Ben
    well...I sir...would have to disagree.

    VFT's are soo beautiful. But...yeah...I see where u r going....with resources to expand one's collection...one would easily tend to go and collect other species..which the same one can easily find considering that most of these ones live in US where those ones can easily get a huge variety of CP's.

    lol! I AM NOT DRUNK. Just trying a sentence with "one". which is pretty wrong gramatically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (vraev @ Oct. 29 2006,8:28)]hey guys...do you know of a small nep...I mean really small...like pitchers max 2 inches size that I can buy online somewhere (canada shipping appreciated) ?? I would really go for it.
    uh unless you have the cool highland conditions(and money!!!) required for N. argentii then thats your best bet. but i highly dought you and many people on here can grow it.

    What? your dorm wont let you hang a plant from the celing?? if you get an N. ventricosa you can put it in a hanging basket and hang it!
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    Lol, I think a lot of people have N. argentii here. It's not a matter of difficulty in growing, but a difficulty in finding with somethings.

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    well...I can hang it...but where....i can't put it inside becos there is obviously not enough light and I cant hang it anywhere else where it will get enough light near the window.

    If I was at home then ..hang on to your seats...I would have gone wild

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    I dont have a terrium for my neps i have them in like 40% humidity...

    I have like 5 of them too... I found a way to record the music, ill have to upload it tomorow

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    Hang what?

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    Vraev, I hate to be the one to break this to you (NOT!), but N. ventricosa and some of the other hybrids have no problem with humidity in the 20% to 35% range. I've got 3 N. ventricosa and one N. 'Judth Finn' that are growing and doing fine in that now. One of the ventricosa is putting out it's second flower spike of the year and another is putting out its first. Now your a little closer to being able to get a Nep!

    I agree with you, VFTs are not boring. Look at all the varieties there are of this one plant! If one finds this plant boring it is because one is not paying attention. (How's that for one-upmanship?)
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