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    Stovepipe (The Beast) RIP My friend. JMatt's Avatar
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    Oh boy, sorry this is so late! I need to check things more often!
    That pot of fly traps is about 18 inches to 2 ft across? I haven't measured it.
    The plants are all full size. There are no dieing leaves because I just cleaned it up at that time for the NECPS show. All the taller summer leaves basically died back. Those are mostly lower growing fall leaves. The pot I have now is the same style and shape but even bigger.
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    This is that same pot of fly traps the year before the other picture on here.
    I think it looked better then, less crowded. Everything being repotted this year should do wonders for the plants.
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    that really is a beautiful pot of flytraps, I feel right now like I absolutely need to to do a bunch of leaf pullings so that I can have a ton and pot them all together like that...

    wow. for sure.

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    What happened to the D. filiformis after repoted?
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    The coloration on those plants is amazing. Are you just growing them outside? How much sun are they getting? I saw that you wrote that the photo was taken in the fall and it is dated Septbember 24. Is that accurate? I think coloration is better then.

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    mmlr38,

    Those plants are in full sun most of the day. Outside from Late March/April, to usually the begining of November. The date is correct. They always look really good from like July on to the end of the season.
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