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    Great looking flytraps!

    @mass - I have been to Denver and it is a fairly arid place. I guess technically they are semi-arid (according to google).

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    Excellent plants and photos. Especially love the b52. Such a great cultivar. We have solifugae all over out here also, but I haven't seen any yet this year.

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    Amazing flytraps! I LOVE the colours!!! Awesome photos too, the clarity is nice.

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    Gorgeous traps.. I am probably the biggest dionaea fan here and grower besides the huge ones liek bob z and stuff so these are the kind of pics I like to see around lol!! are they in natural ligh? mine under t5's about 8 inches from 5000 lumen bulbs arent that red YET

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomsday View Post
    Gorgeous traps.. I am probably the biggest dionaea fan here and grower besides the huge ones liek bob z and stuff so these are the kind of pics I like to see around lol!! are they in natural ligh? mine under t5's about 8 inches from 5000 lumen bulbs arent that red YET
    I find it impossible with some clones to get colour like that under artificial lights. Even in the fall they aren't that deep red.

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    Thanks guys.

    There is nothing in the world like a well grown Fly Trap, just spectacular.

    I'll have to get some more photos next time I get a chance.

    Here is how I grow most of my collection plants.
    [IMG]http://*******nepenthes.com/Images/DSC_9876.JPG[/IMG]

    [IMG]http://*******nepenthes.com/Images/DSC_9865.JPG[/IMG]

    They are in 12" pots with a drip irrigation line going to each one. Since I don't use RO water for any of my plants I just let the excess water drip though. Like BigBella was saying in the other thread I find repotting VFT yearly does wonders. I repot all mine in late February early March. They are grown on the south side of the greenhouse with no shade cloth.

    I also have a ton of VFTs in 3 1/2 pots that I use the tray method with great success. Here are a few in flower...
    [IMG]http://*******nepenthes.com/Images/DSC_0177.JPG[/IMG]

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    Your growspace never ceases to dazzle me...I look forward to seeing more

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    Wowza! I am totally jealous of anyone's healthy flytraps, and yours certainly add to it.

    I can't seem to grow a darned one of them. I probably need grow lights.
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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