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Thread: Working with cephs, dews, and LFS.

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    Working with cephs, dews, and LFS.

    Still going to use this for droseras.. but I decided to use it mainly for cephs. Had to repot one, started using live LFS heads as top dressing, and just went nuts. I'll just add the dews later in the fall. Added a few ivy cuttings as well. In due time, this tank will be looking good.

    Sorry about the washed out pics. Had flash issues..







    I've got the petiolaris dews a little further down in the media. They're hitting the water level, so I think they'll be happy.









    So far I've got C. "Typical", C. "Hummer's Giant, C. "Czech Giant", C. "Big Boy", and C. "Vigorous Clumping" added.







    A little concerned about how this peat is starting to look. But the Byblis is coming up like mad!


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    Wow! That's a lot of LFS and Cephalotus; they all look really healthy.

    I don't think the D. paradoxa and falconeri should be with your cephs though, since it likes warm conditions and cephs don't seem to.

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    Actually, I think I'm wrong... The petiolaris 'dews and cephs both grow in Australia, right?

    ...oops.

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    A whole lot of varieties of cephs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    A whole lot of varieties of cephs!
    Hey thanks.. It's mostly typicals and HG's, but the others are in propagation. So hopefully I'll have just as many of them all in no time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    Wow! That's a lot of LFS and Cephalotus; they all look really healthy.

    I don't think the D. paradoxa and falconeri should be with your cephs though, since it likes warm conditions and cephs don't seem to.

    *edit

    Actually, I think I'm wrong... The petiolaris 'dews and cephs both grow in Australia, right?

    ...oops.

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    Well done mass! Nice cephs! Which petiolaris species are in there?
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    So far only a D. kenneallyi and a couple D. paradoxa.

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    me like
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    Me envy the Czech Giant...

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