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    Thanks man. Just switched up the lighting on the Heliamphora. It's obviously made a huge difference.

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    For me it's the D. macrophylla and the Drosera erythrorhiza that really turn my crank. Both are really beyond my conditions right now so it is nice to at least live vicariously. Beautiful plants!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    For me it's the D. macrophylla and the Drosera erythrorhiza that really turn my crank. Both are really beyond my conditions right now so it is nice to at least live vicariously. Beautiful plants!
    C'mon Mark, you can do them ! A little extra thought just needs to be put into their seasonal requirements. Try it next year with some of the less demanding ones. Once you get a handle on the dormancy thing, they're easy peasy.

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    Wow, ridiculous selection. Nice growing, especially with the tuberous Drosera and H. sarracenioides!
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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    Thanks Dex. I like to keep a wide variety of plants to break up the monotony. I love Nepenthes for instance but if that were all I grew, I'd lose interest eventually.

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    Personally, I'd love to get back into tuberous dews. Think I may have to get back in touch with the old source..
    Have you done any tuber inspections, or is this their first dormancy break? Curious to see how well the tubers multiply with a proper/successful dormant period.

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    The production of tubers really depends mostly on species. Species like D.modesta or D.menziesii produce tubers far more readily than plants like D.gigantea or D.erythrorhiza for instance. Several of mine produced dozens of extra tubers last season and I'm expecting even more this year.

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    Nepenthes alata - "Speckled"


    Nepenthes bongso - Gunung Merapi - AW


    Nepenthes burbidgea - Pig Hill


    Nepenthes burkei


    Nepenthes edwardsiana


    Nepenthes glandulifera - Seed Grown


    Nepenthes hamata - Katopassa - Seed Grown


    Nepenthes macrophylla - Seed Grown


    Nepenthes nigra - AW



    Nepenthes platychila



    Nepenthes tentaculata - Mt. Kinabalu




    Nepenthes ventricosa x (aristolochioides x thorelii)



    Nepenthes aristolochioides x diatas





    Heliamphora x 'Tequila'



    Pinguicula macrophylla showing it's distinct winter hibernacula.


    Drosera x anglica - Alakai Swamp, HI


    Drosera x anglica - Kanaele Bog, HI


    Drosera purpurescens



    Drosera macrophylla ssp. monatha

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