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    Carnivorous plant enthusiast vraev's Avatar
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    Talking First adult pitcher

    Hey guys,

    I have had these little guys with me for over an year now. These were how they looked in the bag when they actually arrived.

    APRIL 24, 2008



    THey took months to recover and start growing. Finally... as of June 11, 09, the first adult pitchers have appeared on two healthy little plants. Thankfully, unlike those neps and H. minor, these babies are pest free and beautiful. I hope they stay that way.




    Yeah! The pics came out really well. So excuse the large size and repeat pic from a different angle. I truly love the polytricum moss.

    cheers,

    Varun

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    =o omg nice and nice moss XD lol they look pretty too

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    Hey Vraev,

    Beautiful photography! Those pitchers look absolutely splendid.

    Was there something else in the bag, besides LFS and the plants (of course)?
    "I'm just a scientist without the proper documentation."

    My Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=113724

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    I wish!!! ;D

    lol! But no...there wasn't anything in the bag. It does look fishy eh?? But well...the moss I used was completely different. it was all live sphagnum moss from Quebec, Canada.

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    Hey vraev! Long time no see.

    Wonderful shots! I agree that the moss is lovely. The pitchers are very colorful and vibrant. Good luck with them!
    -Joel from Southern California


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    Wow, beautiful! I love the shape of that pitcher.
    growlist

    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    That's exciting! Good growing, Vraev. That last picture is gorgeously composed.

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    very nicely done Mate!!!!!

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