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Thread: behold cpbobby's death (mini)bog

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    I see potential!


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    lol yep I want it to be thick, lush and deadly to any insect who is brave enough to go after that sweet nectar. I need to try to get a bunch of dionaea and temperate drosera to guard from ground attacks and the bog will be complete. Other than making it a recirculating bog; only other goal is to get about 6 more grown sarrs in there to swap them around some like when all of these make mature pitchers I need to decide what I like/stays and what I do not like/goes to a new minibog.

    Overall I think I am closer to the end than the beginning. Last thing is to List what is in there and give credit to my benefactors.

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    I think some nice D. intermedia would look good in there.

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    oh yeah...I definitely need to work on adding some low growing temperate dews like rotundafolia and intermedia and a few dionaea as well. Once I get a good primary layer; I will just let everything flower and let nature take care of the rest as far as filling up the bog. pollination however might be a problem in the future...all the bees will be killed before they can do their job....lol

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    I have a pretty thick forest of filiformis and intermedia, they seem to get polinated ok despite the hazard.

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    I think drosera are self-pollinating.

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    very nice!

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