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    Tropical Fish Enthusiast jimscott's Avatar
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    Simply Red

    D. paradoxa

    either erricksoniae or allantostigma

    D. capensis (all red)

    D. pymaea

    D. capillaris

    D. brevifolia

    D. intermdia

    D. admirabilis

    D. venusta

    D. spatulata

    That's what the porch did to the survivors!

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    Capensis red is awesome! I'm starting to really like capensis despite its sheer weediness, or maybe because of it. That's a great pygmy in the 8th pic too. Which one is it? Some species of occidentalis?

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    That first petiolaris pic is stunning! What kind is it? I like the 5th pic as well

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    I just moved my plants into direct sunlight for most of the day, and my Capensis which are just the narrow and typical varieties, and not the red variety, have almost turned completely red!

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    Wooo~ amazing!!
    They are really complete red. so beautiful.
    thanks to your great photos, my friend.

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    Gr8 looking all red Cape, there Jim.
    The rest of your photos are impressive. also

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    Very nice plants! I hunted for the "true" D. capensis 'All Red' for about 3 and a half years.. Once I found it, the plant was small. And it grows slower than typical capensis for me.. It also doesn't flower as much. But are these things bad? They are what makes us not care for capensis after all... I LOVE the 'All Red' now that I've had it for a while... Here are a few pics (plant is in 3.5" pot):

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/at...7&d=1179348831

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/at...8&d=1179494496

    I guess this is as good time as any to announce I will have D. capensis 'All Red' available in my store very soon! So your chance to own it is soon approaching. Without all the searching that I had to do

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    I want.

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