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Thread: Lowes death cube makeover

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    Doing it wrong until I do it right. xvart's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by LLeopardGGecko View Post
    Any idea what species that Nepenthes is?
    Probably N. ventricosa unless they added some new species to their repertoire of plants while doing a makeover of the packaging.

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    'Judith Finn' !!! im happy i found it!! it was the last one too.
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    On a similar note: I just bought a Lowes Darlingtonia - we'll see if it lives. Maybe I should post some pics...

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    Then you can sell the boxes at the auction as special acclimation chambers. Put SUPER RARE! in the title, so people will look. At least that's what they do on Ebay.

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    i wonder what kind of reaction i would get if i did that with the auction coming up. haha! just kidding!.......ill just put them in the classifies of my paper...
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    thats actually pretty cool. I would love to grow my calcifyda in the box.

    I can't even find any "square" pots in canada All the nursaries I have seen only sell round pots.

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    They grow photosynthetic stolons (Heaven forbid I say leaves...) if exposed to light, so growing Utricularia in a clear container isn't what you'd think it would be. I guess you could cover it up and uncover when you want to see it.


    http://cgi.ebay.ca/New-3-Inch-Square...QQcmdZViewItem

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    exactly ... it would be a nice way to see how the roots and the traps look

    hmm....ebay for square pots....I guess that will be my next search place when I repot again . Thanks jlp

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