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    I have few D. neo-caledonica for trade
    and open to offers
    you can post it privetly
    I would add a photo later today
    arie

    (Edited by arie at 5:53 am on May 15, 2002)


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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    What is the big deal about caring for them? Why so hard?

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    Zach,

    Just out of curiosity, where on BestCP is that grow guide?

    NepG,

    I'm not sure why it is difficult, it seems to have a specific niche that it thrives in and outside those boundaries it just kind of makes do. Mine has been growing slowly but it hasn't been increasing any in size, still about 1cm across after 3 months.

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    here are D. neo-caledonica photos
    and as I say I have few for trade


    arie


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    Cool droseras! I may get one later but not right now!

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    I just found out they like it very wet, with a sandy potting mix. They grow in Australia, where they sometimes experience a drought( which is not needed in cultivation), and is part of the group called the Wooly Sundews/ petiolaris complex.

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    Actually...they grow in New Caledonia as tropicals. They do not experience a drought and are more closely related to the spath. complex than the petiolaris complex.

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    CP2K knows his stuff! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] I would like to know why it is so hard. It still puzzles me why it is hard to grow while the requirements are so easy to provide. :confused:

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