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Thread: Which kind(s) of cp do YOU hate?

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    I hate ALL carnivorous plants!!!!

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    Freak VFTs... as in, ones so mutated, that they can no longer catch prey. I see no point in a carnivorous plant that fails at being carnivorous.. might as well grow violets or something in that case.
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    Ew who grows flowers?

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    Utrics... They look like weeds, they grow like weeds... No matter how many of them you pull out of your sphagnum cultures or Drosera pots, they always come back. They aren't even fun -- the fun of CPs is feeding them and looking at their unique features. The "carnivorous" part of a utric isn't visible unless it is an aquatic utric and the biggest prey they can catch is a springtail.

    I don't hate them, some are okay and look nice in pots... Same with pings, but less weed-looking a bit more fun but not too much. They're just not that exciting.

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    hate is such a strong word... how could you hate any CP? i dont have much use for utrics, dews, or sarrs though.

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    I personally like Utricularia because of the vast variety. They have countless shapes, styles and colours of leaves, flowers and traps. They also have a vast range of growing conditions, from temperate to tropical. I can't think of another carnivorous plant which has such a variety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundrew View Post
    Ew who grows flowers?
    Ahem...Plug the word Passiflora into Google or Bing.

    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    I personally like Utricularia because of the vast variety. They have countless shapes, styles and colours of leaves, flowers and traps. They also have a vast range of growing conditions, from temperate to tropical. I can't think of another carnivorous plant which has such a variety.
    It's true that Utricularis is one of, if not the most diverse genus of carnivorous plants, though the runners-up the sundews are the most widespread.
    Last edited by Plant Planter; 04-01-2013 at 12:38 PM.

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    LOL I remember this thread ... I'd have to say the CPs I dislike are the ones without visible carnivory.


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