Just a few pics today..
When it come's to flowers like this.. 3 is always better than 1.
seed grown veitchii K
And these guys are now growing in lower humidity, but still producing "Top Hats".
Awesome!..the tophat ceph is looking like it might be something rather different.
Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.
My growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...255#post961255
Video of my birth http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Xc5wIpUenQ
Nice plants once again mass. Neat I just checked on my plants today and I had two Drosera capensis that had three opened flowers at the same time.
Stuff for the restless natives..
N. Miranda. Pay no attention to the acclimating cephs. They'll perk up soon enough.
Speaking of cephs.. starting to notice a pattern with this Top Hat guy.
Think I can say C. 'Vigorous Clumping' is officially acclimated. And promising color on the upcomings.
And speaking of upcomings.. N. truncata EP highland
N. sanguinea 'Orange'
N. spectabilis x ventricosa basal not disappointing.
N. spectabilis x aristolochoides being sneaky and hiding under it's neighbor.
At least I have a few sarrs doing what they're supposed to.
Screwed up the focal point, but you get the idea.
Some of the tenets of the high roller's tank.
seed grown N. glabrata
Like peas and carrots..
S. purp montana from seed
D. prolifera leaf broke off, so I put it to use.
And.. cue your best funny comment!
Everything is so big and happy and pretty, Travai!
Still you got it going on man beast! I really like that Sarracenia purpurea montana and the Darlingtonia californica.
Very beautiful mass! everything is looking awesome.
You sure are a peperomia's man