Fryster: that's what the soil of the D.scorp I had growing right next to a capensis looked like when I let the latter bloom and didn't realize what would happen XD.
Can we see pics? I imagine that pot is like 90% plant matter now!
As you sow,
so shall you reap!
Been there... done that!
Experience is the best teacher. At least it used to be.
But then, common sense isn't so common anymore, is it.
Funny this thread got bumped.. I just took more pics tonight.
Nice! I'm always trying to find the lucky mutation with different plants, so what I'd do? plant em outside to face a harsh winter. Plant a billion seeds and you might just get a few. You'll need, what, two flowering plants? I'm mean that way, but I do have a pineapple plant right now that faced the trial of death: a week out in winter. It currently has a pineapple growing and I'ma plant it eventually!
Considering a capensis seed spreading ability though, we'll have a new invasive species if it learns to survive the cold and nutrients Might be the only one you have to add MORE chemical fertilizers to get rid of!
Very cool. Starting to look like my Drosera pots full of dews.
my grow list:http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...ead=207&page=1
WE LIVE IN A LAND OF CONFUSION!!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6KXg...eature=related
Hey nepenthes, just put [img] before your link, and [/img] after, and the pic will show up. Those pots look great.
wow...ill do the same with my cape im sure... just that crazy.. MM I'll happily take some off your hands once I get back from deployment!
All fear violence, all are afraid of death.
Seeing the similarity to oneself, one should not use violence or have it used.
thats alot of dews, when is you next update gana be, i wana see how much they have grown