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Thread: Lowland neps

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    Jess asked to see my lowlanders. He is quite the lowland junkie. I prefer highlanders myself. Sorry, many of my Neps are recovering from transplanting and being in their old potting mix for too long, but here are a few to tide you over.

    My grow chamber


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    nice angle, poor focus


    one more bical
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    Your plants are looking great!

    Nice chamber too. What is it constructed out of? You're bical is getting mature enough to house some ants in its tendrils [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] Can't wait to see more once they settle in.

    Is your chamber outside? hows it holding up to this rain?

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    Nice medusa ya got there! How old is it?

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    I've only had the Medusa for a couple weeks. No idea how old it was when I got it.

    It is one of those mini greenhouses made of aluminum and polycarbonite sheets, (I think). I could have placed it better as it gets direct sun in the summer but not in the winter. I did have some lattice overhead blocking some of the sun and it faces east, so never any afternoon sun. I'm thinking about adding more lights. The rain doesn't really bother it at all.
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    very nice plants.
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    hey jess, why dont you pay a visit to steves house or something so you can get a better look
    \"Nepenthes, the Devil's Cup\" - Santos
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    Nice plants. I'm going to set up a lowland chamber some day. Is the large white thing a humidifier, or does it provide heat?

    Brian

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    I think its a radiator brian
    Need all the experience I can get...

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