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    New CPs :D

    Yesterday I widened my CP collection with some new plants from Hampton Court flower show, they are currently living on my windowsill until I get a terrarium next week
    (Sorry for the huge pictures, they might take some time to load)


    Heliamphora nutans x heterodoxa




    Cephalotus 'Typical'


    Drosera Binata




    N. Truncata QoH x KoS (Got this mutha for 15 instead of 35)


    Nice little Darlingtonia

    And here's a picture of my VFT getting it's tan on!

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    Nice..wish shows around here had more selections. We get vfts, dews, common hybred neps and once a ceph. Post some pics once your terrarium is set up.
    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
    My Grow List http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=123776

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    Looks like you could take some nice leaf cuttings from your ceph. Good looking group of kids you've got there.

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    Looking good! What Mass said.

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    Nice! I hope my Heli looks as good as that some day!

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    Thanks thats awesome I might have to do just that! I like to buy younger plants cos to me it seems more satisfying growing them into mature beauts as apposed to buying them like that

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    beautiful plants

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    The truncata looks like it has potential. You brought home some nice plants.

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