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    I Am the Terror Of the Night! NemJones's Avatar
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    NemJones Photo Vault

    I have finally had the time to get around to my photo collection
    and decided that I should post a few on here. Hope you enjoy.
    I apologize in advance for any bad quality photos, as what im currently using
    has the photo capability of a potato.
    Some of these images may be a bit dated.

    Spectabilis X Aristo








    Young Truncata

    Older Truncata



    Sarracenia Catesbaei

    Sarracenia purpurea



    Coleus with blood red leaves and radio active green outline.

    Nepenthes King Tiger X Mirabilis "Kuraburi"

    12 year old Fern and peat grown moss.



    Nepenthes Rafflesiana

    This plant is beginning to show a very dark and beautiful peristome with noticeable teeth.

    Nepenthes Hamata, unboxing



    Hamata Pitcherling



    Oct 13

    Oct 14, The moment I have been 3+ years to see.



    Oct 15






    "The Biolab"
    Preparing for nightly cooling operations


    I also want to thank the members here that have helped me
    immensely in the past months. It means a great deal to
    me and I cant express how grateful I am, as now I can finally
    say that I'm able to grow some truly spectacular plants.
    I couldnt have done it without you guys.
    Last edited by NemJones; 10-15-2014 at 12:30 PM.

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    It all looks great The Hamata pictures are really cool! Im glad it finally pitchered for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sashoke View Post
    It all looks great The Hamata pictures are really cool! Im glad it finally pitchered for you
    Thanks dude. Im really pleased with it as well. Hopefully I can see them all to maturity

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    Spectabilis X aristo




    Side view



    The growth core is progressing nicely.



    This is the Nepenthes King Tiger X Mirabilis 'Kuraburi', 4 months ago about a week after shipping.




    And here it is today, one big fist sized plant.



    This plant has had this basal for quite a while, but just
    now is it really starting to beef up.



    Another view of the basal from a different side.



    A 2 year old Ghost Pepper bush. Hopefully this guy will enjoy
    winter far better this year than last.



    Nepenthes Truncata. The newest leaf is x2 bigger than the last one (on the right.)
    Exponential growth ahead hopefully. The newest leaf is very waxy.



    Level size comparison.




    Nepenthes Hamata - AW, Believed to be Clone 3




    Note the unusual "tooth" on the under-lid.
    They all have it.



    The very tall and friendly moss cuddling the Hamata.



    Largest Hamata Pitcher




    The growth core.




    One of my Moss pits. Can you spot the seedling?




    The only one of it's kind.







    Moss pit #2. Different seedlings in this pot.




    The largest seedling. Very strong and healthy little bugger.




    Moss "pit" #3. This batch was watered with distilled water, where the others
    were watered with rainwater. It is obvious that this moss did not grow remotely
    as well as the others did, and I blame this on distilled water and its leeched plastics.
    Pot #4 is just the same way, and it too was watered with distilled.


    However, Life finds a way. Note the seedling
    at the base of what I believe to be a species
    of Thor grass. (anybody know what these things are??)




    The plants/moss/seedlings in pot #3 are troopers.
    Theyve been tossed, flung, tipped, and dumped on
    multiple occasions, but they stay green and continue
    on their plantly ways. Rock on little dudes.




    My CP companion, the spider plantling. First one
    Ive ever successfully rooted and grown. IT seems
    to like it in the Nepenthes chamber.




    An experiment with unknown species of moss, 4 months ago.
    The piece in the center was dead, however it had 2 spore pods
    on it. Both were split and sprinkled over the dirt around it.
    The green clump in the corner is a different piece of moss,
    However it came from the same cluster.



    A small cluster of green fuzz has sprouted. The moss
    spores appear to have taken root.





    The moss experiment today. 90% of the soil has been colonized, and
    it appears happy. This will have to be removed from the grow chamber when
    the moss goes into spore-mode.

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    The moss around the hamata and the kind you've attempted to sprout I've found to be an irritating weed in my collection, as they have a tendency to grow rather densely around small plants and are a bit of a hazard....
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
    There is far more to everything than meets the eye.
    Growlist

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    The moss around the hamata and the kind you've attempted to sprout I've found to be an irritating weed in my collection, as they have a tendency to grow rather densely around small plants and are a bit of a hazard....
    A hazard? The truncata has this moss as well. Is it dangerous?

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    Nice!

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    Great pictures! That King Tiger is getting ridiculously big!

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