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    very nice !!

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    nice plants and pics wire man,are the venusta a similar size to spathulata if so they look hard to tell the difference

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    The D. spatulata are slightly larger than the venustas. One venusta kept uprooting itself and doesn't look too good. I'm not too worried, since they're making offshoots.

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    Love the purps!

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    You should see how big they're getting. Some are definitely ready to go outside in a month or two.

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    Nice pics! The purps are looking very colorful . . .


    In addition to growing plants, I design and build RC planes powered by Tesla batteries. Check out my progress at www.chargedplanes.com

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    Loving the adelae tank. I want to do something like that so bad.

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    Sundew terrariums aren't that difficult. I find that it's the easiest way to grow a lot of them without taking up that much space. Aquabid.com has the metal frame tanks pop up every once in a while. The key is the plexiglass lid. It keeps humidity in, allows for ventilation, and takes the heat of the CFL. The only downside is grooming it and pulling out extra plants.....

    I'll have some updates posted soon. N. lavicola's latest pitcher is really coloring up.

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