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    just a couple pics from today. More to come tomorrow..

    yet another new one from truncata x ovata. That's nearly 3 pitchers in 4 weeks.



    and yet another new one from eymae x ephippiata.


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    Very nice mass! is the truncata x ovata purely highland or do you think it would grow in lowland conditions?
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    Man, those eymae x ephippiatas get better and better.

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    Love that trunc x ovata. Was a red truncata used in the cross?

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    i too love that truncata x ovata ,and putting out so many pitchers,has it just one growth point mass

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    Quote Originally Posted by corky View Post
    i too love that truncata x ovata ,and putting out so many pitchers,has it just one growth point mass
    yessir. It's quite a vigorous plant..

    Quote Originally Posted by dionae View Post
    Love that trunc x ovata. Was a red truncata used in the cross?
    I had my choice of a red cross, or straight truncata x ovata. I went with the straight non-red variation.. if you can believe that. Think it's just a very red cross in general.

    Quote Originally Posted by mato View Post
    Man, those eymae x ephippiatas get better and better.
    not much love for the fresh pitchers, but the older darker ones look amazing IMO.

    Quote Originally Posted by mcmcnair View Post
    Very nice mass! is the truncata x ovata purely highland or do you think it would grow in lowland conditions?
    I'd say the warmest it should get is intermediate-HL. But seems to be doing best in it's current conditions of HL-UHL.

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    So the little lady and I have been busting our butts for two days cleaning out the den, the GH, and rebuilding everything from scratch. The entire project started due to the table below my HL chamber warping and nearly collapsing under the weight of the plants. This is all still a work in progress, but at least things are back together and in a safer place..
    Here's a few pics of what things look like as of now.


    A look into the (now squeaky clean) den!! You can see where the AC vents from the front door of the GH. The exhaust air is very hot and helps to heat the house and save on propane.



    The AC unit. Constantly sucking moisture from the air, so the pan is for the water drainage from the unit. It's also now facing the HL chamber, so it'll be much easier for me to cool the cube without having to cool the entire GH.



    the newly rebuilt HL-UHL chamber in the safest place I could think of, the floor.



    The cephs and dews, still in the same spot since that table is in good shape.



    Inside the cube with humidifiers on..



    Inside the cube with humidifiers off..


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    looks good. is that cube 2x2? that seems like a ton of humidification for it, is that just for redundancy or to create a heavy mist?

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