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

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



    These guys sure love the sun!

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    man alive are those beautiful. I've had some reds before, but they were kind of neon... those right there must love you greatly XD
    ~The Fallen and Forgotten~

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    Mostly (other than watering) I just ignore them. The rest is taken care of by Mama Nature.

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    Stunning plant and picture! How old is the plant (approximately)?
    -Joel from Southern California


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    joossa, I think it's about 4-5 years old. Not sure how old it was when I bought it. It was one of the very first CPs I ever bought and I nearly killed it. In one 8 inch bowl I had d. spatulata, this VFT, a pitcher plant and p. primulaflora. I put them all in my bathroom that only has a skylight. Luckily I realized my mistake and started my roof garden. I still have every one of those plants (or the offspring).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobalt Crow View Post
    joossa, I think it's about 4-5 years old. Not sure how old it was when I bought it. It was one of the very first CPs I ever bought and I nearly killed it. In one 8 inch bowl I had d. spatulata, this VFT, a pitcher plant and p. primulaflora. I put them all in my bathroom that only has a skylight. Luckily I realized my mistake and started my roof garden. I still have every one of those plants (or the offspring).
    Ah, always great to hear about plants making a good recovery! I'm sure they're loving it outside now.

    Great looking VFT by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LLeopardGGecko View Post
    Ah, always great to hear about plants making a good recovery! I'm sure they're loving it outside now.

    Great looking VFT by the way.
    Thanks! They really are loving it. I just looked outside and noticed my D. nitidula x puchella are blooming. Up till now I've only seen one or two bloom at a time this season.


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    That is one of the darkest ones I've seen, especially the interior of the trap.

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