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    jbradt's neps

    Hey all,

    Just thought I'd put up a few pics of some of my neps since I haven't in quite a while.

    n. sanguinea red


    n. lowii x campanulata



    n. ventricosa x talengensis


    n. copellandii


    n. truncata



    n. fusca


    and one of the rack...


    Any comments/questions always welcome. Thanks for looking!
    Indeed. Most indeededly. Phillip J. Frye


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    Nice nice rack set up.

    What truncata variety is that??

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregNY View Post
    Nice nice rack set up.

    What truncata variety is that??
    Thanks. I believe the truncata is a paisan highland.
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    nice little setup. 1 question though. How are you getting light to the bottom rack? Those plants are going to be starved for lumens with no light source.

    also that sang red looks like sang x ramispina. Still looks killer though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty View Post
    nice little setup. 1 question though. How are you getting light to the bottom rack? Those plants are going to be starved for lumens with no light source.

    also that sang red looks like sang x ramispina. Still looks killer though!
    Thanks! The rack is surrounded by foam insulation with silver on one side. When it's enclosed (there's another panel that goes on the front that I took off for the pic) it gets a lot of reflected light. I'm working on getting another fixture for the bottom. For now, I put plants there that seem to do okay with lower light. Even the orchids are growing well.

    Not sure about the sanguinea. I bought it as a sanguinea... could be a hybrid though. I'd love to hear some others chime in on that.
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    Some nice lookin' plants ya have there. And that light box is a pretty cool idea.

    AND: Bahaha, no longer alone in NorCo! Score!

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    Quote Originally Posted by _ReApEr View Post
    Some nice lookin' plants ya have there. And that light box is a pretty cool idea.

    AND: Bahaha, no longer alone in NorCo! Score!
    Thanks! The box idea came from the fact that I had a recess built into the wall that was perfect size for the rack.

    And... sorry, I'm actually in upastate NY now. Forgot to change that.
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    Allllllll alooooooooonnnnnnnnnnneeeeeeee....

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