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    I actually got it in a red condition, and I mean a deep red, marooon like. But I supppose this could be because they were all juvenile pitchers. The big h. heteradoxa nearby was green. or maybe it was a different one. I didn't have it mailed, I got it when I visited CC, but it fell [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img] on the way back. maybe it'll start looking better soon. On a brighter side, the byblis liniflora is looking good. (good thing it wasn't in the paper bag with the h. heteradoxa when it fell)

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    droseradude,
    Here is the heterodoxa x minor I originally got from CC:
    [img]http://home.**********.com/capslock/images/H.%20heterodoxa%20x%20minor%201.JPG[/img]

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    Man, can't wit till mine looks like that.
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    heres some more calif. carnivores pics.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/droseradude/IMG_0853.jpg[/img]

    below is my sunpitcher, its probably worse now.

    [img]http://home.**********.com/droseradude/IMG_1023.jpg[/img]

    these are ones on display

    [img]http://home.**********.com/droseradude/IMG_0880.jpg[/img]

    [img]http://home.**********.com/droseradude/IMG_0933.jpg[/img]

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    Wonderful photos...I want to know how the heck Peter grows that Sphagnum! Does anyone know the secret??

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    The moss in his show plants is always SO THICK!! Maybe it is a new/different variety of spaghnum?

    SF

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    No, I think he figured out the secret to growing it. He even sells it from his showroom. I'm sure part of it is that the climate at his place is conducive, but whatever it is, he certainly has it wired!

    I'm endlessly jealous of his new facility, which is awesome!!!

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    I think the trick is to let it get quite cool at night. It does great in my outdoor bogs and CP pots probably because it gets dormancy. Maybe it's NZ moss or somethin. Another good way to ensure cultivation of it successfully is water overhead with cool to cold water and have it well aeration.

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