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    Very nice! Do I see a S. oreophylla in there??
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ] Do I see a S. oreophylla in there??
    No, I wish I had one though. That one has been elusive. Another I would like to add is s. leuco "schnell's ghost".
    I have this other sarr hybrid that I rescued from the supermarket a while back. You can't see it in the tray pics.
    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/cncreefer/purp%20hybrid%20plant%20rs.JPG[/img]
    When I got it it looked like it might not make it. The soil was hard as a rock and bone dry. Then when I started watering it and put it in the tray, the bottom of the pitchers was rotting. I repotted it with the top of the rhizome exposed. It is doing much better now. Lots of new shoots coming up.
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    thats really nice, im also looking for schnell
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    Beautiful plants and a wonderful set up. Thank you for giving me ideas. I wasn't thinking along the lines of individual pots placed in one basin. Thank you for posting your photos.

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    We had a storm blow through here for 3 days. I came home from work on the 2nd day of hard rain to find some of the smaller pots floating!
    i got my dremel tool out and drilled 6 holes on each side about 1 1/2 inches from the bottom. Now if it rains like that again the water level only gets as high as the holes
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