he he he LOL
Ohh yeah! Let's drink Monkey Island's GROG!
Also very nice pitcher tonyc!
Your Nepenthes did also have a very thick and large RED peristome! I hope mine will do!
Milan - ITALY
Great looking plant. I have one that is a lowlander, I have just moved here to Sunrise, FL (Ft. Lauderdale). The afternoon temps get to around 104 degrees in my backyard and my truncata is in my shaded patio. It is already producing two new leaves with pitchers, but I have a feeling these are going to be some good sized pitchers! Good job with yours!
Wait a minute! I thought YOU were on the far side. *Originally Posted by [b
Seriously, though, my wife's family are from Oxon. (Summertown, etc.) Nice to see you here!
Droserae will inherit the earth.
Truncatas WINNNNNNNNNNN always!
I want a very BIG ONEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
LIKE THIS ONE I HAD in my handsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!!!!!!
I really wanted to lick all the RED peristome!
Milan - ITALY
Uhhhh....yeah. There are doctors that can help with that you know.Originally Posted by [b
JBs truncata is a lowland form. You can tell by the lids.
How cool are the nights in your greenhouse, Josh?
The Green house gets down to ambient temps about 70-80 at night during the summer Depends on the weather. I don;t have any cooling other than fans in the green house to speak of as of yet. I will be adding a wet wall when I rebuild it. During the winter I try not to let the temps drop below 55. The thermestate is set to 60, but sometimes they can't keep up so temps sometimes get to the low 50's. And from what I found out thats not all a bad thing for alot of the stuff I grow. Provided I keep them dry many need the cold to flower better.
Not a fancy highlander but just a good-old lowlander. If the pitcher was just a little bigger around the bottle would fit inside.