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    the view from your window is amazing. You don't have humidity issues in that room with those neps?
    https://www.instagram.com/hull.jess/ (I post pics of my plants there)

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Flip_Side_the_Pint @ April 03 2005,6:35)]the view from your window is amazing. You don't have humidity issues in that room with those neps?
    Thanks! Its not that I choose the view or anything...it came with the house. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

    Nope the humidity isn't an issue, since I live in singapore the humidity is up in the 90's (even for an apartment it is around 50-60%). And with water evapourating out of the water trays and the other plants around it is seems to be able to pitcher well enough.

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    nice pics of your terrariums guys

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    Hey Rattler, is that a D. capensis on the top shelf on the right side? That thing looks huge. Can you post a pic of it?

    JJ

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    yes thats my typical one the bush to its left is my albino form. ive had them for about 15 months or so i think. here is a shot before their frost damage. the pic of my set up is about 2 months after the frost damage. sorry but all i have is a link.

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    Great looking plants. Even though they are common and people consider them the weed of the CP world, they are still one of my favorite sundews.

    JJ

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    Wish my capensis looked like that! I haven't even gotten a single seed or flower from any of mine even though they are in direct sun all day.Do they yours flower alot,because I can see a several flower scapes?
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    they flower constantly. prolly a new scrape a week per pot(there are 2 or 3 plants per pot)
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