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    Things finally waking up after Winter

    Pictures!

    N.thor x campy


    N.campy x max


    N.(veitchii x lowii) x campy


    the N.ventrinermis flower stalks


    (i cut off the pollen balls to save for later..)


    ..and an upper


    N.tenuis


    Sarra minibog is coming along well Some of the pitchers are coming up gnarly, so I neem'd this past weekend for whatever bug infestation I assume I'm having (assume aphids cuz I've seen a few on my plants in the past couple months)


    ..couple minors out of it




    That one nice flava pitcher


    A kinda screwy looking new S.rosea luteolata pitcher


    S.umlauftiana (the not screwy looking pitcher coming up )


    N.hamata x platychila


    N.jacquei hanging out in the mikei pot


    my N.inermis has more than 1 pitcher!!


    my one N.macro pitcher for the year..


    a wee little N.eddie


    Ceph minibog... the cephs aren't doing so well


    my one N.flava pitcher for the year too


    N.aristo pitchers hanging out in the bottom of their pot


    and lastly, an AW N.hamata clone. Always green with black/brown teeth and barely any spots.

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    Are you referring to the temperate plants waking up, because there seems to be no reason for the Nepenthes to stop growing in winter. And I love your Drosera meristocaulis, although I can't see any Cephalotus in the bog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    Are you referring to the temperate plants waking up, because there seems to be no reason for the Nepenthes to stop growing in winter. And I love your Drosera meristocaulis, although I can't see any Cephalotus in the bog.
    The neps stop producing pitchers in the winter because they don't receive enough light - the leaves keep growing in, but not pitchers for me.

    I don't have meristocaulis, but maybe it's the admirabilis in the ceph pot you're looking at? I don't like many drosera, but this one is cute

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    Yeah, the stem-forming pygmy sundew. There are a few so I often get them mixed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    Yeah, the stem-forming pygmy sundew. There are a few so I often get them mixed up.
    Oooh, those are D.lasiantha. They're cute too! :P

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    Great growing, zu! All the pitchers look amazing!! Your toilet bowls are very nice, my favorite is the N. inermis. : ) Nice set up you have going on in the mini bog, I'll have to come up with something to stop my Sarracenia from toppling over!

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    I adore your little balcony garden thez_yo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by limeslide View Post
    Great growing, zu! All the pitchers look amazing!! Your toilet bowls are very nice, my favorite is the N. inermis. : ) Nice set up you have going on in the mini bog, I'll have to come up with something to stop my Sarracenia from toppling over!
    Big rocks in the bottom of the pots. Something inert.

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