Another questions for your helis: what's the night temperature you are providing for your helis? Many helis may require night temperature to drop below 60F. But recent days SD's night temperature is always around 68-72F (in my local area). So in my case, I have to put ice (sealed into bags) around my heli's pot to keep the temperature down to 60F. But honestly, I don't want to do that (too much trouble). Just want to know how you solve the problem.
WOW Thez, Everything is looking so very Beautiful!!!! Your doing a absolute wonderful job taking care of your plants. Please keep us all posted with more pics.
my grow list:http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ead=207&page=1
WE LIVE IN A LAND OF CONFUSION!!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6KXg...eature=related
While this is relevant still, here's more pics!
repotted the thorXcampy:
took everything apart cuz I had enough new plants that things were lopsided in my grow area:
found a tenuis pitcher opened finally!
(and promptly fed it of course )
and put it all back together again!
Here's more tiny pitchers from today (after feeding them some cricket entrails )
ceph HG i'm propagating
the controversial sibXhamata
muluensis still doing cruddy a year on
tiniest pitcher evar out of glabrata (but better than its 'no pitchers and angry' phase)
(it just opened up is why it's red, it'll turn black soon enough...making friends with macfarlanei)
madagascariensis (with veitchiiXmaximaXveitchiiXcampy in background)
winged stenobilis...hasn't given me anything decent yet, but this is a start. adrianni and sibXtm in background.
minors making friends
my 'pond scum' collection and some vft's hanging around
a little cobra
nectar or something strange on top of a gulfensis green lid
my smallest hamata plant (but with the most pitchers )
ping community pot - love how they actually have different colors to their leaves!
and a couple of overgrown heli tanks (the newest ones aren't so great looking yet...)