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    Nepenthes settling in (pics)

    Well I haven't actually posted any pictures on this forum, but I got a camera for my birthday so I figure its about time I did.
    Many of my Nepenthes are still settling in from the move 3 months ago, but things are FINALLY begganing to speed up!
    Ventricosa


    Eymae


    Talangensis


    Truncata


    And I don't feel like making a seperate thread for the next two plants. BABY CEPHALALOTUS! My most treasured plant.


    Drosera Capensis from a forum member


    My grow area with a shelf from Ikea


    I know...they are all very boring but that is soon to change once my plants fully adapt, I just have to be patient. Do you think that they are doing ok or am I just wasting my time? It seems to me that things are doing better than they were before, but yeah, please feel free to comment.

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    lol love the legos. What are you using for lighting?

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    very nice
    is there a macro button on your camera? usually looks like a flower/tulip
    press that button and you can get really close clear shots of your cps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nepenthusiast View Post
    Do you think that they are doing ok or am I just wasting my time?
    You are definately wasting your time. You should mail that N. eymae to me! Just kidding! Looking good. That poor truncata pitcher getting scrunched by the leaf...

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    Thanks, that was fast! I'm using 120 volt, 19 watt, 60 hz. Florescant aquarium bulbs.
    Zero, I have a macro butten and I was using it, but I am no photographer. I couldn't figure it out so I basically said screw this and switched to automatic. I'll have to get some sort of training.

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    Your eymae looks like it only has 3 good leaves on it, which points ot the fact that something is awry if thats the case...
    How much peat is in that mix? Looks like a bit too much...
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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    Your eymae looks like it only has 3 good leaves on it, which points ot the fact that something is awry if thats the case...
    How much peat is in that mix? Looks like a bit too much...
    Yes it is to moist I believe. I'm reppotting this weekend with more orchid bark.
    Actually that Eymae has only been in my care for two months, and it's only made 2 leaves for me. I thought that the dark leaves were signs of good light levels? Or are the green ones the bad ones?

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    Actually, which 3 leaves would you consider healthy?

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