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    some plants from my collection!

    TF,

    Here are some very good photos i took this weekend of my plants:

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    I got interested in these plants, they are air plants,meaning they don't need soil at all to survive, they can be hang, or simply put in your desk, they basically need just water, and very little too since the leaf structure provides them with water from the inside, and of course filtered sunlight:
    Ionantha 'conehead':



    Ionantha rosita:

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    Ionantha fuego:

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    These plants are for sale and trade:

    3 small nepenthes singapore garden tech:
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    N. lowii, preferably this plant, since it is so hard to find, I would be asking for money or a rare specie of CP, such as D. Paradoxa...etc, hard to find plants :

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    I also have D. albino, and droseras spatulatas for trade/sale.



    By the way, all of these plants are growing outside in temps of 50-30F, except the nepenthes, and they are growing wonderfully! So those that are worried about their tropical plants freezing or dying, i have proven the opposite so far, it has even gone down to 25F, and they are growing just fine, i guess the sunlight, and receiving light all day really helps!

    Enjoy!

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    Nice! I really like the D. venusta and D. burmannii! Nice flytraps too, you've got some interesting cultivars/clones.

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    Good Lord man.. that's a lot of pics!
    Everyone seems to be loving the new GH's. I've gotta admit, I'm quite jealous!

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    Impressive collection. What species is 8 and what cultivar is 18?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    Good Lord man.. that's a lot of pics!
    Everyone seems to be loving the new GH's. I've gotta admit, I'm quite jealous!
    Haha, thanks!

    Yup, the greenhouses are awesome, and they're not even done yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by fdfederation View Post
    Impressive collection. What species is 8 and what cultivar is 18?
    Thank you!

    8 is d. Adelae, and 18 is just a typical vft growing in all silica sand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jht-union View Post

    Thank you!

    8 is d. Adelae, and 18 is just a typical vft growing in all silica sand!
    How did you get it to produce those wide wavy leaves? It's awesome!

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    The D. burmannii look like little crystals! The broms look so cool!

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    Beautiful as always, jht! Good lord that catesbaei that I gave you looks gorgeous! It never looked that good in my conditions. Maybe I should ship my whole collection to you and move into your greenhouse.

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