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    Cephalotus showing good color.



    This is my first Cephalotus (provenance: D. Hastings) acquired last June as a small plant, no adult pitchers present. It spent the second half of the summer outdoors, in a shaded greenhouse, with some late afternoon direct sun. It currently resides in my highland Nepenthes house and continues to form new adult pitchers of good size and coloring. Enjoy!

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    Those have a nice hue to em.

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    Beautiful!

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    Looks great!
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    Those are dark!

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    Lookin great Paul! Thanks for sharing!
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    Nice pitcher colouratation. I wish I could get sand as pure/white as that you use as a top dressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    I wish I could get sand as pure/white as that you use as a top dressing.
    As I found out here in Germany, "filter sand" is available mostly in very white qualities. Such filter sand is used in freshwater filters and pool filters. Here in Germany, even eBay sellers sell bags of filter sand in postal packets, but I think in UK they don't as the shipping for heavy packets is ridiculous costly in UK. But perhaps you can find a local store with pool filter equipment that also sells white filter sand?

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