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    Singapore National Orchid Gardens

    I went on a tour in Singapore so I thought I'd show you Singapore's National Garden... lol <3 plant freaks.
    Ill only be showing macros of flowers and the carnivorousy that I saw.





    LOL guess who this is >.> EDIT: THAT IS A BELT MY FRIENDS.






    They had no Id's for the Nepenthes therefore.. I'm going by my own on this.


    Rafflesiana


    Albomargianta red


    Looks like Izumiae


    ?


    Miranda or Maxima x fusca ? maybe.

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    Little itty bitty truncata~


    Vining thinggy.


    Truncata family!


    weak capensis

    RAJAH!






    weak vfts..

    GIANT KICK BUTT HELIAMPHORA!


    In Flower!


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    Weak SarraCenia.

    They had EVERYTHING! except Cephs.. :/ Or I couldn't see it.
    I have a lot more pictures... of the sexy guy in the I <3 Tokyo shirt, and of the plants -.-

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    wow! :O That's so amzing!! Those neps are so cool. And that heli is Kick-butt!!! lol, thanks for posting, awsome plants.

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    Poor VFTs and Sarracenias. :< But everything else is really cool! Neat Neps and orchids! The orchid before the Nepenthes pictures is amazing! I'ma going to take my guesses on the Nepenthes. How come some were missing lids?

    1. Um. Dunno, but sort of looks like N. burbidgaea?
    3. Looks more like N. boschiana to me.
    4. N. madagascariensis? o.o
    5. Well, it's something with fusca. Or maybe a form fusca?
    7. Um. N. khasiana?
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capensis View Post
    Poor VFTs and Sarracenias. :< But everything else is really cool! Neat Neps and orchids! The orchid before the Nepenthes pictures is amazing! I'ma going to take my guesses on the Nepenthes. How come some were missing lids?

    1. Um. Dunno, but sort of looks like N. burbidgaea?
    3. Looks more like N. boschiana to me.
    4. N. madagascariensis? o.o
    5. Well, it's something with fusca. Or maybe a form fusca?
    7. Um. N. khasiana?
    Not sure, but don't think the picture right before the neps is an orchid. It looks a lot like my bleeding heart vine.

    Nice picture Halt, thanks for sharing.

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    Oh, LOL. Didn't even see the stalk of the flowers. Either way, it's really nice.
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