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    Welcome, I am one of the few hear from Iowa as well. Mostly growing sarracenia and some VFTs. I am near Ames

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    Welcome aboard.

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    Welcome Shortbus
    We have a group in the Twin Cities, just got done with the Mn Landscape Arboretum show this last weekend, check us out if you get time; our group in the Upper Midwest Carnivorous Plant Society; check out our blog
    Ed

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    Nice. I'm new to Terraforums and from Iowa as well. Anyone here in the midwest trying outdoor bog growing?

    Did you graduate from the U of M School of Dentistry endodoc?

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    Hello everybody I am from Iowa and am an orchid enthusiast turned CP enthusiast. I have grown plants all my life, but this will be my first year with CP's. Thanks for looking.
    Here are a few pics of my bog pots in October 2012




    Here are some dews around the same time.




    Drosera adelae.


    Drosera spatulata - Fraser Island.


    Drosera binata multifida 'extrema'-crown and various other Drosera including: 'albino' x aliciea, capensis-red, baby 'multifida', spatulata, spatulata 'tamlin'.


    Pinguicula primuliflora and Drosera spatulata-typical(purple flower) also there is a tiny Drosera capensis.


    Here is Pinguicula primuliflora and Drosera tokaiensis. In an experiment I "planted" segments of tokaiensis flower stalk in the top of the photo. (this quick experiment yielded half a dozen plants)


    These little gems came as: Drosera communis var. breviscapa(2) and Drosera spatulata 'Tamlin'.(in the middle)


    This is my tent-greenhouse. The Nepenthes on the top shelf is X Miranda, then the dews and a few nep cuttings on the next shelf, and the bottom two shelves are all orchids.
    Last edited by Keith; 01-28-2013 at 12:35 PM.
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