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    I believe he mainly uses that as a bottom layer.. but I can not say 100% positive on that.
    There are only 2 infinite things... the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not too sure about the universe.

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    magnicent.

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    Very nice! great looking plants
    http://www.geocities.com/southerntropicals

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    BEAUTIFUL!!! Seeing all those pics is making it pretty hard for me to wait for the $$ for my soon to be Nepenthes collection! Thanks for sharing them!
    They are slowly and painfully killing you.....did you know that?

    How brainwashed are you?

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    That tentaculata is very nice, I love the contrast between the pitcher colour and the inner surface

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    The N. "Red Leopard' looks like it's growing great!
    Thanks for allowing these photos to be taken, Phil!
    And thanks for taking them VFT Gut in SF!

    Cheers,

    Joe

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    The styrofoam packing peanuts are used at the bottom of the pots for facilitating rapid drainage only. The have never broken down and/or produced any toxic residue that I can detect. If anything...the plants perform far better with that extra air at their roots. Nepenthes fusca is an epiphyte and is accustomed to growing a little drier than most species.

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Griffin View Post
    The N. "Red Leopard' looks like it's growing great!
    That's the plant I got from you Joe. And thanks...it is doing really well!

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