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    my green n. ampullaria i got about 2 months ago


    and my new n. sanguinea i got a month ago

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    Nice! What are your growing conditions?

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    Nice Plants !

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    Yep, those plants show the unmistakable signs of healthy growth! Keep it up, and keep us posted!

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    well my n. amp is in a terrarium with humidity about 75% and im not sure of the temperature. the sanguinea is my favorite houseplant, it is thriving in my room about 50% humidity, and 75 degress F.
    here is a close up of the pitcher, it has little dew drops on it

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    They look nice. Curious on the N. sanguinea. Did you get it from a nursery labelled such? Doesn't look like N. sanguinea to me. The leaf shape is all wrong.

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    I have the same experience with sanguinea. Its just on a windowsill. What temp its at? Got me. Humidity? Dunno. Light? Couple hours of sunlight. Throwing pitchers around like mad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Tony Paroubek @ July 24 2006,8:41)]They look nice. Curious on the N. sanguinea. Did you get it from a nursery labelled such? Doesn't look like N. sanguinea to me. The leaf shape is all wrong.

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    Now that you say it... the leafs do look strange... They shouldn't have petioles ( I hope that I am using the correct word... ).

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