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    My small outdoorr collection update:

    Cardinal drinks out of my water dishes every morning, Im fine with it. Its pretty.


    Deathcube VFT is making a really good recovery, I like this lil plant!


    S. flava



    S. jonesii seedlings




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    Thems mighty 'Dews in that pot! Good job on the jonesii seedlings :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    Thems mighty 'Dews in that pot! Good job on the jonesii seedlings :-)

    Danke Paul! Im very happy with the S. jonesii germinations, I was worried I waited too long to sew the seeds at first but it looks like I got plenty of germinations. Really excited for these due to their scarcity in the wild and all.
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    S. jonesii seedlings

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    N. ventricosa "Red"s new pitcher is freaking HUUUGE


    N. burkei made a nice pitcher, I love the "spade" lids on this plant.



    N. sibuyanesis made a humungo leaf.


    N. ventricosa "black"


    What will inflate first, Cephalotus or Nepenthes?


    I think that hanging spath x rob is going to start inflating, there are wings developing.
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    This ventricosa pitcher is huuuuuuge


    One of the seed grown ventricosas Paul gave me has extremely bright red pitchers:



    Another one looks a bit burkei-ish


    I have high hopes for this pitcher.


    If you ever wanted to know what thousands of half digested ants looked like, here it is:
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    N. ventricosa "Red" finally opened that huge pitcher, its got a fantastic peristome.





    And here is another pitcher it opened right before the big one, not as impressive but still cool.

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    Now thats a great looking pitcher! The size really increased after all of those ants.
    Last edited by Knuckles; 07-20-2015 at 03:22 PM.

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    that window man, wish i had that kind of natural indoor sunlight. how's the tent working out for you?

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    Pretty good, its starting tear at the seams around the zipper, and due to the fabric material there I cant even duct tape it bac together (duct tape wont stick to the fabric :/ ) So if you plan on getting it make sure you're very gentle with it when you open/close it.

    As for conditions ect. its great. With two fans for ventilation it still retains 60%+ humidity during the day and doesnt get a thousand degrees in the sun. At night when I turn the fans off the humidity quickly rockets to 90%, then I hang ice bottles over my highlanders and that gets the temps down to 60F even when its 80F in my room. So yeah.
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