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    Pft sells cps. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] I wouldn't know how regular watering effects cps with bottled water, I only use distilled. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Spectabilis73 @ Oct. 26 2003,4:55)]If you are close to san fransisco you should check into going to the bay area carnivorous plant society meeting november 1st. Many people will be glad to help you out with your new hobby, and you can buy raffle tickets, almost every person wins a plant
    Hey Spec, Just to let you know the BACPS meeting is Nov 8th, not the 1st. Here is a copy of the e-mail notice I got from Bill Weaver:

    A flyer for the BACPS meeting on November 8 has been posted on
    the BACPS website (www.bacps.org). Please feel free to download
    it and post it at your local plant store or other anywhere else
    where interested people will see it.

    Geoff Wong
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    Meeting: Bay Area Carnivorous Plant Society
    Date: Saturday, November 8, 2003
    Time: Noon - 4:00
    Place: University of California Botanical Garden, Berkeley
    Speaker: Tuan Nguyen
    Title: Carnivorous Plants of Borneo and Southwestern Australia

    Abstract: From the Land of Head Hunters to the Land of Convicts.
    Follow a journey into the steamy dark jungles of Borneo.
    Then experience the arid contrasts of Southwestern
    Australia. Tuan will lead us on an exploration of the
    unique flora and fauna of these two isolated land
    masses. See habitat shots of Nepenthes campanulata,
    N. villosa and N. northiana. Peek into the enthralling
    flowers of Amorphophallus and the giant Rafflesia.
    Marvel at pygmy Droseras, Utricularias, Cephalotus, and
    native terrestrial orchids. This slide show will
    delight plant enthusiasts and adventure travelers alike.


    Cheers
    Steve
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    wow.... thanks for telling me that! I would have missed the meeting! I don't check the website often... danget my dad was supposed to forward any e-mails from bill he got! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/mad.gif[/img]

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    "bottled water" can be good or bad.
    I would not recommend generally for CPs though.
    often "bottled water" at the store is simply bottled tap water!
    nothing more..
    it might actually have more minerals than your local tap water!
    its too highly variable to recommend for CPs IMO.

    I agree with:

    Distilled
    rain
    Reverse Osmosis

    only.

    Scot

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    I live on a cost line as well and all my plants do great ! Sarrcenia does well in cold temps where u live is a great start on growing cp's Im me if you would like more info screen name OuTtA yUr IeAgUe
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