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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzoBjiwaOcY
    Now drop me.


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    I was going to edit them but they'd just duplicate. ;-;
    Sorry for the dark/super saturated pictures...

    Aquatic pictures...


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    Now, let's move on to what ya'll actually want.

    Nepenthes x andrewensis ;Keith "ellisonk001"
    Nepenthes mirabilis from Mengkuang Titi, Penang, Malaysia Seed Grown ;Mark "Exo" Bibby

    016 by limeslide2, on Flickr

    Stylidium debile ;Steve "elgecko" (NASC Benefit Auction, 2010)

    017 by limeslide2, on Flickr

    Pinguicula primuliflora ;Liz "I<3carnivores"

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    Sarracenia x [flava var. atropurpurea x var. ornata] ;"jht-union"

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    Now, it was a nice day outside so I decided to look at the urban x wild landscape that makes up our backyard. Most are surprisingly overly saturated despite it being a cloudy day, then again it was 1:00pm

    Ehretia anacua. aka Sandpaper Tree, considered a pest for its ugly leaves and red berries it scatters all over the place in the summer, but it looks like a white cherry tree in the spring and fall with butterflies swarming all over it.

    045 by limeslide2, on Flickr

    I always find this yew in only one populace, either in a pot as a volunteer, in the cracks on the pavilion, or in the grass as a sprawling weed, but it always just grows in one small colony and makes these beautiful blue flowers. They decided to take root next to the garage this year.

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    I find these little field flowers everywhere, amazing little dainty things...

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    Aloe ciliaris, a birthday present, possibly my favorite succulent this time of year.

    063 by limeslide2, on Flickr

    A guava tree decided our yard would be a good home, I think so too, it's making fruit already.

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    My family loves these penquin chilis, they grow as tall bushes, this one was possibly collected in the forest when it was a seedling, when we used to go camping in Mexico. The mockingbirds love to eat these.

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    073 by limeslide2, on Flickr

    My mom likes to throw random fruit scraps on the yard, sometimes plants sprout from them, like this enormous papaya, among some. They frosted over last winter and grew new growth points which I can safely say are now the tallest plants in the yard at fourteen feet.

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    I wish I had more to share, I like making posts like these. :P
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    beautiful shots lime. many of your outdoor photos have an ethereal feel to them.
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
    +growlist
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    Oh, they're great pictures!!
    Everything looks just lovely too

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    Lovely lime!

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    Thanks guys!

    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post
    beautiful shots lime. many of your outdoor photos have an ethereal feel to them.
    Thanks, I really wanted to get that feeling, now if I can get tons of moss and grasses to grow in my CP pots.

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    Boop.

    Pinguicula primuliflora ;Liz "I<3carnivores"

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    Drosera anglica CA x HI ;Mach "kulamauiman"

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    Drosera madagascariensis ;Travis "massmorels"

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    Sarracenia "Don's Flava"

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    Sarracenia x ["Purple Lips" x flava var. ornata] ;"adnedarn" @ FlyTrapShop

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    Drosera x californica 'California Sunset' ;Billy "Halt" Chendra

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    025 by Fernando Casal, on Flickr


    It was a warm day outside so I took more outdoor pictures.


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    Look! A wild guava has appeared!

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    A papaya!

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    i dont do pots. amphirion's Avatar
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    nice shots lime.
    dont be afraid to do closeups of the dews....they dont bite.....they just slobber.
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
    +growlist
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