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Thread: My collection (Part 1) (PICTURE HEAVY!)

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    More pics coming as soon as they get some water.

    ---------- Post added at 11:20 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:18 AM ----------

    What would it take for some other people to comment or like my plants?

    (like mass, seedjar, etc)

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    I don't comment until I see things. If I don't see it, that means your not taking enough pics..

    Your filiformis red looks quite happy!

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    Yes finally i see myself as worthy! Really? Not enough pictures? Yes they are and haven't stopped putting up flower stalks.

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    Pictures Of My North American Carnivorous Plants & Tropical Carnivorous Plants

    UPDATE:

    Nepenthes 'Ventrata'
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    Drosera nitidula x puchella flowers
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    A Nepenthes sanguenia pitcher
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    My very first Nepenthes that mass gave me in November or December. A Nepenthes ventricosa with it's second pitcher since i have had it. Thanks mass .
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    Nepenthes ventricosa same one as above
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    A little grasshopper on a Nepenthes leaf.
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    Drosera nitidula x puchella
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    Drosera binata var. dichamato or something like that from mass
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    North American Hardy Carnivorous plants.


    Some Drosera filiformis 'Florida Red' produsing flower stalks left and right up and down.
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    A very nice Sarracenia 'Judith Hindle'
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    Sarracenia flava
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    Typical VFT
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    Two typical Drosera capensis with a good bit of dew.
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    My fave picture. My very first typical VFT flower. Oh yeah a double score!
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    Drosera rotundifolia with a flower stalk.
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    A pretty Sarracenia 'Judith Hindle'
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    I got this one yesterday it's a Sarracenia 'Red Bug'. (With a flower )
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    The Sarracenia 'Red Bug' flower I love it.
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    My typical Cephalotus. Looks like i need to give it more light probably 6+ hours i am already giving it 4 hours of direct sunlight a day.
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    That nice moss that mass has gave me. It has looked better it is just it missed a watering that's all.
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    Sarracenia 'Red Bug' flower
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    Nice stuff! Nice variety all around! Keep up the good work

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    Thanks.

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    Lookin good!

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    Yeah the colors have really kicked in if you ask me.

    ---------- Post added at 03:26 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:28 PM ----------

    That Sarracenia 'Red Bug' that i have well i got that form a local nursery. They have two other Sarracenia i don't have that i will get later if they are not gone. They should still have them because they have two of each of the ones i don't have. The ones they have that i don't are Sarracenia 'Lady Bug' and Sarracenia castebi. (that is as close as to spelling that spicies right as i can get) The Carnivorous plants they had were : about 200+ typical very nice VFTs, Sarracenia flava, Sarracenia 'Red Bug', Sarracenia 'Lady Bug', Sarracenia castebi, and Sarracenia purpurea subb. venosa. They are the nicest Sarracenia and VFT i have ever seen. They said they ordered the Carnivorous plants from a nursery that speacializes in Carnivorous plants and sells them i was thinking maybe well i can't say of cousre because of the rules that Andy has made and well rules are not to be broken.

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