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    Quote Originally Posted by rattler_mt View Post
    the easiest are prolly the hybrid Mexi Pings like 'Aphrodite' or 'John Rizzi'..............thats if your not counting the cockroach, capensis though i have managed to kill them......
    You KILL them?!??! THAT'S HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyfrye View Post
    You KILL them?!??! THAT'S HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!
    well...its one of the greatest accomplishments of growing CPs! haha!

    my easiest grower has to be either my Cephalotus or N. sanguinea....i know...yes i said my Ceph. i really dont do ANYTHING to it other than give it water. it catches food and grows great without any babying at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyfrye View Post
    You KILL them?!??! THAT'S HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!
    if yah grow enough CP's for long enough you kill alot of plants.............apparently a large south facing picture window bakes D. capensis during the summer up here........however my Mexi pings are happy as can be.......aswell as the N. ventricosa seedlings oddly enough
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    D. capensis always seems to fry and die during the summer here.

    They really can't take the heat.

    #1 easiest for me would be D. burmanii followed by D. spatulata. Flytraps and Sarracenia are easy here too.

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    I could've sworn I responded to this thread. Thorelii x truncata. Keep it warm and thats it
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