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    My plant collection in 2011

    Decide to use this thread to post pics of all my plants, including CPs and non-CPs.

    Here are some pics of my tulips. I planted 95 tulips in my patio :

    The following are Mayflowering Tulip "Cum Laude"








    The following are Darwin Hybrid Oxford "Red"






    Enjoy!
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    They look incredible. I just planted 40 tulip bulbs yesterday in a raised bed garden. Tulips are some of my favorite flowers. I'm more attracted to the red varieties but your purple flower is gorgeous.

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    Thanks, dionae. I very very love the red ones. You know, I always love red things: red neptheses, red tulips.....

    Here are pics of another tulip: Tulip Border Legend







    Here is Pink Jasmine. It flowers from spring to summer, and has strong perfume.




    Here is another flower. Don't know its name (I'll check the label when I have time). It flowers all the year, even in the winter! Has deep flower with fluorescent.




    Here is my growing box of neps, which contains almost all my neps. I will take close-up pics when I have time.



    Can you name them from this pic?
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    I think I see Nepenthes spectablis x aristo, nepenthes talangensis, nepethes burbigae, nepenthes jamban, nepenthes jacquelineae, a plant with leaves like nepenthes lowii and other plants with small unidentifiable/no pitchers. Very beautiful collection. I envy your talangensis.
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    Wow, I am surprised that you can find N.jacq . I don't have burbigae. The one that is like lowii is actually x trusmadiensis. Actually all the neps have pitchers, but most of them are covered by moss. The moss in the plastic box grows crazy, mainly due to the warm weather in recent weeks.

    N.talangensis is one of my favorites. I once grew another clone. But due to my movement I had to sell it. However, I really love this nep, and finally, I bought this clone again!

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    I think I see Nepenthes spectablis x aristo, nepenthes talangensis, nepethes burbigae, nepenthes jamban, nepenthes jacquelineae, a plant with leaves like nepenthes lowii and other plants with small unidentifiable/no pitchers. Very beautiful collection. I envy your talangensis.
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    Very nice flowers and nepenthes!

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    What is the plant i the lower left hand corner of the nepenthes picture? I thought that it was burbidgae and also how do you grow your moss so good? It is wonderful. I have some sphagnum, but it is not as good as yours.
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    Gorgeous!

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