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    New plant and new pics (a lot of pictures)

    Today I got my N. ampullaria! It's so cool. Here's a bunch of pictures of my plants. Starting with the amp...


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    Front view. Looks a little like a VFT


    A little thing was with my N. amp. It looks like a baby nep, but has no roots. I can see a pitcher on it. I stuck it in the media with my amp to see if it will grow. Where could it have come from?


    N. Ventricosa, finally making it's first pitcher in the 6 months I've had it


    Ladybug hiding on the ventricosa


    N. truncata pitcher. Colors look like fire. When the lights are out that red turns to purple blue


    There's a lot of nectar blobs on the truncata


    N. sanguinea new leaf wanting the lights


    The sanguinea made a weird chewed up leaf then made 3 short 1 centimeter leaves before making a good leaf... This picture is the chewed up leaf


    Two of my 5 VFT cuttings. The one on the right is the biggest at about 2-3 centimeters across


    The first sprout of my three VFT seeds I found. I think there's another one sprouting but it's small. I will call them the survivors when they grow up


    A big mass of forked drosera. They look like binata but Idk...


    A little drosera in my D. capensis pot
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    That little nep is most likely a basal it was making. Great plants . Are the VFT cuttings outside?
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    That's a binata. Great fingers, too! Plain whorl?

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    Very nice plants! Thanks for sharing!

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    Capensis, the VFT cuttings are inside. Lol jimscott, I had to hold up the pitcher so I could get a good picture. Would it be alright to skip those binata's dormancy this year? I think they're seedlings, they were really tiny a while ago.
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    Awwww now thats a cute amp. Sure does remind me of my Hookriana especialy the pot openings looks just like mine on the Hook. Awsome pics and that one pic looks like a baby Nep.. I like the pic with the hidden lady bug way to cool....
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    cool amp, do you have pic of the entire plant?

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    Put the binata at a window sill. It will respond to the lower photoperiod of the coming months and then re-emerge,in around February.

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