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    My 2 S. minor

    #1- quick grower, windows get a red outline with age, super divider and has more windows.




    #2- slower grower, very stocky, always have strong pitchers, fewer(but bigger) windows, MUCH better bug catcher than #1, bronzier color, but to date has not divided from any of the 3 rhizomes i have.




    they both have their pros and cons. i love em both though

    Alex
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    I like your carpet of LFS. Nice plants too! Every time I see a S. minor, Christmas comes to mind… I don’t know why, though…

    Thanks for sharing!
    -Joel from Southern California


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    the first pitcher very much reminds me of the holidays also.
    Alex
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    Oh!!! beautiful minor.
    Excuse me, what kind of the media you use? (mix? or sphagnum?)
    they don't looks very damp,but very airy.

    Welcome to Duckking Blog.

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    straight peat with a top dressing of LFS. there is peat sand and perlite on the bottom half.

    Alex
    Everything is explainable. The seemingly unexplainable is but a result of our insufficient knowledge.- Hans Brewer

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