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    A Cajun(isc) Carnivore CP30's Avatar
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    Spring Pics

    Before they get too sunburned....I moved my neps back outside and have removed some of their shade cloth for spring sun. Last year they were fully protected with cloth, this year I plan to only cover overhead and experiment with which need and can take more sun - hot sticky Louisiana sun.
    maxima 'Borneo' (female)

    alata 'Boschiana Mimic' - that is the green shade cloth that I have removed - seeing sunburn already, anyone tred SPF 15?

    alata X maxima (lowers)


    uppers

    albomarginata green from TC

    merrilata

    mirabilis "gold" x mixta superba(male)


    madagascariensis - still under cover -

    Rokko

    rafflesiana 'Singapore Giant'
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    WOW Steve, Those are some great looking plants! You have some great Neps and Sarrs!!
    I don't want EVERY Sarracenia, just everyone that I see!!
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    What are your outside conditions?

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    Awesome plants!! I especially like the 'Singapore Giant'!!

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    Thanks guys - My outside conditions vary, but typically I will have highs of 80F + until October with night time lows in 60-70's now through October when 50's will begin again. In the deep summer highs will typically be 88-95 with lows in the mid 70's.
    Only in Jan doe the morning or afternoon humidity average below 80% and 60%.
    Think sultry sticky Nawlin's....
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    Quote Originally Posted by CP30 View Post
    Only in Jan doe the morning or afternoon humidity average below 80% and 60%.
    Think sultry sticky Nawlin's....

    i know how that feels, dont you love it though?

    awesome pictures!

    ~b

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    Looking real good!

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    OH~ Nice nepenthes!
    That N. alata is awesome.
    Thanks to your beautiful pics.

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