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Thread: Why they call it "Red Dragon" (Dial-up warning)

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    Now that is just beautiful! How many hours of sunlight would you say it gets?
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    now that is a true red dragon unleashed. WOW! look at that red.....that is wicked.

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    Luff-er-lee! I have to add some reds to my collection.
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    I think I killed mine,
    It had traps just like
    that but now it has no
    laef and the stubs of
    the leafs are dying
    The rest from hawaii
    is growing
    Even my scorpoides
    are barerooting .

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    'datsa niiiiiicce...............

    Real 'purrty red-dragon Mr. Crow.

    kinda reminds me of my tiny Pink Venus, colors are very close.

    Good photography too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlantAKiss View Post
    Now that is just beautiful! How many hours of sunlight would you say it gets?

    During the summer it gets about 6 hours of direct (coastal) sun and gets very bright indirect light the rest of the day. It's just colored up like this in the lat month. Previously you could still see some green here and there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jm82792 View Post
    I think I killed mine,
    It had traps just like
    that but now it has no
    laef and the stubs of
    the leafs are dying
    The rest from hawaii
    is growing
    Even my scorpoides
    are barerooting .
    If I'm feeling adventurous enough next year I'll try and propagate this one. I've never tried propagating a VFT yet, but this plant seems like an excellent candidate.

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    Well I want to try vfts in tc but still the container from hawaii has not arrived yet,then I will try it on my dentae.

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