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    "Oh, now he's a philosophizer" Baylorguy's Avatar
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    Newbie Sundew Pics

    Hello everyone -

    Took out the camera and tried my luck at my first CP photoshoot (a very brief one). I am new to growing carnivorous plants but have found that the sundew is easily my favorite kind. Be easy on me!


    My new growrack... I have 4 T12 fixtures at 40 watts each.




    Drosera adelae settling into its new home... just received it this past Thursday, so looks like I am doing something right!



    I love D. filiformis... so far my favorite plant. I have a flower coming up.



    Another filiformis pic.



    Thanks Andrew for the awesome plant! For those of you who are wondering if flytrapshop.com has quality stuff, I got this last Thursday, and it's already dripping with dew... loves its new home.

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    those look nice and dewy

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    Your plants are looking great! Hope you enjoy and keep growing cp's

    -Ryan
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    Thanks for the kind words. I am so paranoid about pests or just doing something wrong, but so far so good. Now I need to worry about where I am going to find some other sundews I am looking for

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    Good job! I suggest you put the D. filiformis, D. capensis, D. binata (looks like 'Marston Dragon' ) outside. Fill the rack with Nepenthes!

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    A nice start! And now for the learning curve!

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    Well in all honesty it doesn't seem too bad... not like it's rocket science. I am confident with the information in these forums I will be ok.

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    Stunning Filiformis you got there. I love how the arms seem to be reaaaching for something to "eat"

    Great growing.

    P.S. is that Pinguicula an Agnata?

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