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    Picture thread :D (Tons and tons of photos)

    Everything is going so well, I thought I would make a picture thread, so here it is!

    Mini-bog:


    D. filiformis FL Giant starting to perk up


    Explosion of growth (broken Dana's delight pitcher :P):


    S. 'Dana's Delight', no new growth yet:


    D. burmanii (I broke the flower spike trying to get one of the pods ):


    But what's this?:


    The VFT 'Akai Ryu' that I pulled the roots off, it's growing again, but miniscule trap, not surprised:


    VERY unslightly S. flava rugelii:


    But new growth :


    My gigantic bundle of my other Sarracenias, most abundant is S. leuco and tallest is S. alata sw LA:


    More...
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    The two germinating seeds, which is (leuco 'red' x minor 'okee') x psittacina:




    My N. x ventrata...well, it's not a cutting, but it was a basal. I think it's rooting now :3 :


    The pulling that I took of my VFT 'Akai Ryu' that I managed to strike:


    My Ceph:


    N. ventricosa 'red':


    New pitcher:


    It seems to me it continues with the tiny leaves:


    My pot of magical wonders. You can see U. dichotoma flowers:


    The stray...capes? Plus, the U. dichotoma (The dark green, flat leaves) and U bisquamata (light, narrow leaves) :


    Some more of the...capes:


    Now, my stuffed 10 gallon tank. Left side.


    Right side:


    I hope you guys like it
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    You have lots of plants! Looks good! The ones you keep outside, do you cover them up when it rains? I'm just wondering because we've been getting so much rain here lately in Central FL, some of my sarrs are not looking too good and are rotting I think. They're getting way too much water. Thanks for sharing your nice plants
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    I don't, I like to let nature to it's work. I think my Sarrs grew used to all the water it has, I never let the tray run out of water, lol, that's probably a bad thing. Now that dormancy is coming, I don't think I'll have the tray under them.
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    Nice Cap! Thanks for sharing !
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    Oh, I almost forgot the questions.

    #1: Why is my D. capensis 'red' looking like a typical...in full Florida sun? Lol.



    #2: Is it me, or do S. rubras usually like to make deformed pitchers? This pitcher's neat :3


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    Nice pics! Cephalotus...I'm jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capensis View Post
    Oh, I almost forgot the questions.

    #1: Why is my D. capensis 'red' looking like a typical...in full Florida sun? Lol.



    I have the same problems with my cape sundew. I have several plants growing outside in full sun, but the plants are barely producing red tentacles and the plants are getting smaller and smaller.

    I'm a little worried.
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