Very well grown Tony. Don't be afraid to give them a bit more light if you can. Then they will look like the natural ones like this
WOo looking good Travis and Mach! Thanks for the updates! I will see about some photos this week if we get some decent sun..Not sure there is much to photograph that I haven't yet. My stolonifera group is coming up now and I noticed D. gigantea poking through.
Nice pics Paladin!
I keep telling myself that one of these years I am going to get some artificial supplemental light so my plants get some nice color for a change. This year imparticular has been especially dreary and dismal outside for the longest time ;<
It's kind of a catch though for this part of the country during Nov. - March.. with nice sunny weather comes cold cold from the North. So I have been fortunate so far on the heating bill..
Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?
Yeah.. that's all we're good for up here. Shooting cold weather to you down south.
I'm afraid to plant my d. erythrorhiza ssp squamosa
theres no way i can provide short, briiiiiiight days & warmer nights
Over all I suspect that the reason many of the tuberous species are doing well for me is that my conditions are mild even my winters and summer are not that extreme. Winter days are still warm 60's nights perhaps in the 40's at the lowest so far and on average most years wont go past low 40's..... Summers days are in the 70's so many tuberous species just keep on growing. Very possible for me to plant some in the spring and grow over the summer and get them 2 growing seasons per year
True Bugs really Suck
Note to self... read up on tuberous dews and give them a try one day. Dang those are pretty. Good growing everyone!
I'll send you some tubers come spring if you'd like Damon.