...to be continued...
The first and last ones, I need them.
Clue: he does indeed have a couple
Swords: the first is tenuis and the latter..no idea
Oh and here's a side shot of that inermis you can't make out in one of the shots it grows in so skinny with Joel's arm in the background looking super tiny like it's punching the pitcher XD:
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<Exo> @Talie......You are the lord of all things blah....
thez yo. hope you were paying attention this where we are headed , I wonder if his grand collection started like yours, on that small patio , the bloomed into the yard and greenhouse, better watch out you may become addicted.LOL
How lucky you are , wish I could have went along with you, he has some of the nicest neps out there, and your pictures are great too , thanks for all the work
Yeah, I'm soooo glad he let me come over! I'm sure you have other nepenthes-o-philes in your neck of the woods, and being in the East you can always go to the Atlanta botanical gardens too. Thanks, I love photography and the driving wasn't bad either.
Wowza! - Both for his amazing plants & your treasure-trove of pics. Thanks
One of my impressions from the pics is that the mass of tangled 'greenery' (vines & invading grasses) helps to create a more humid micro-environment around his plants. This mass of green and getting a quick 'hose-over' every day would seem to provide much different conditions than a few lonely pots sitting out - like most of us can do in the summer. Is this also the impression you got?
Now that you've shared the pics, how about more of your 'impressions' of his growing approach, maintenance (or lack of), watering, etc - anything that hit you ......
All the best,
You must do the thing you think you cannot do. --- Eleanor Roosevelt
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