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    Wow! I have Petiolaris envy. Great plant collection.

    Thanks for sharing the shots.

    Glenn

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    As I was scrolling down the pics, this is what I was saying out loud, verbatim:

    Oh my God!

    Oh...

    Oh my God!

    Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh (an "Oh" after each pic)....my God!

    Oh, Oh, my God!

    Oh my!

    Oh, my God!

    There were a lot more "Oh my God's!" but I think everyone gets the point by now.

    If not, let me repeat: OH MY GOD!

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    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH MY GOD!!!!!!!! They're all so beautiful :'). *sniff*. It's like a gigantic museum!!!! They all look so nice... I can't even name half of them... They just all look so rare... and dewy. Also those are really nice looking sun pitchers. You sure have a lot or plants can't even begin to imagine the cost... You guys are so lucky Jeremiah and Chuck.
    P.S. Jeremiah, if you have too many seed pods, I'd like some

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    wow...amazing plants/setup

    what species of byblis is that? looks like a forrest.

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    Yes- I still haven't had time to load all the pics, but what I've seen so far is kinda shocking- my wife asked how anyone could even access the plants in a setup like that and I must second that question, MAN what an impressive set of pics, thanks for posting them Jeremiah
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    What Ken said! *jaw wide open*

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    Hello,

    I will try to answer all your questions,

    Watering,
    Chuck keep all his petiolaris setting in 1/4 to 1/2 inch of water at all times.

    Media
    50% 50% Peat and a little lager perlite.

    Light
    He use the standard 4' shop lights, I don't know what brand of bulb but I will ask.

    Heat
    The only heat he had is the room temperature plus all the heat from the lights. So the room stays nice and warm.

    Humidity
    He does not have any lids on his petiolaris tanks but he keeps the humidity in the room above 75%.

    The it is Bybilis filifolia.

    Thanks,
    -Jeremiah-

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    WOW! That just leaves you breathless! A master grower for sure.

    Thank you for that eye candy.
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