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    What a monster!

    What a monster!
  2. It's not the greatest stuff, but it certainly has...

    It's not the greatest stuff, but it certainly has its purpose. Like others had mentioned, I like to use it in the bottom of pots for drainage, as well as wrapping up root balls for shipping. Also...
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    1- Heli 9 - Pineapple - Dankeschön! 17 - rball...

    1- Heli
    9 - Pineapple - Dankeschön!
    17 - rball
    26 - killerplantsguy--Thank you!!
    30 - jm82792
    32 - upwhiz
    36 - Mcmcnair
    42 - Brie - Thanks! awesome give away
    46 - dionae thanks!
    50 -...
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    65!

    65!
  5. In my observation has mostly to do with...

    In my observation has mostly to do with size/growth stage. Plants in the vining stage will generally be the ones to develop multiple growth points. Basals will especially develop if the growing...
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    10 different ones(may have some of the same as...

    10 different ones(may have some of the same as the group of 5)
    1. Gr8oz -- thanks lois!
    2. Afrodisa -- thanks
    3. Lil stinkpot -- louis, i can meet you at the potluck, save you a box, and me some...
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    80

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?130861-Medium-N-x-quot-Judith-Finn-quot-%28FoxoftheRose-5%29...
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    My $.02, N. spectabilis was the second plant I...

    My $.02, N. spectabilis was the second plant I got many many years ago, and it can be quite finicky. Mine has always been very prolific when it comes to creating basal shoots, and pitchers readily...
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    Wow, I'm constantly in awe of the beauty nature...

    Wow, I'm constantly in awe of the beauty nature can produce. And think, these are in somebody's cultivated collection. Imagine the possibilities out in the wild.
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    There's no real hard and fast answer for this...

    There's no real hard and fast answer for this one, but, if you remove them while they are too small you might end up losing a few. If they are growing next to larger plants though, it might be wise...
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    I prefer viewing the moon when it is new. It...

    I prefer viewing the moon when it is new. It always seems our cloudless nights are full-moon nights... which are useless for my purposes.
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    I was hoping to do the same with my S. oreophila...

    I was hoping to do the same with my S. oreophila this previous year, until we had a springtime hail storm which shredded every flower I had. There's always next year!
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    Tell me about it. Between the crazy weather and...

    Tell me about it. Between the crazy weather and the squirrels digging up all my pots I think I'm going crazy!
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    Pitcher in a bottle?

    Pitcher in a bottle?
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    Wow. That is nothing short of amazing. What...

    Wow. That is nothing short of amazing. What detail.
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    I've found proliferate to be tough too. I'm...

    I've found proliferate to be tough too. I'm surprised, you grow schizandra so well!
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    Tips turn black when humidity or moisture isn't...

    Tips turn black when humidity or moisture isn't high enough. Mostly asthetic unless you let it get out of control. The stuff can turn into a crusty black mass pretty quickly (days.)
  18. Good to see people are okay. At least the...

    Good to see people are okay. At least the important ones anyway. Where would we be without Butch's heli photo threads?!?! :-) We just got some increased wind here in Cleveland, nothing to write...
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    D. hartmeyerorum

    D. hartmeyerorum
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    Well I clipped back the dead growth, and gently...

    Well I clipped back the dead growth, and gently felt the rhizome, which is still very firm, almost woody, so there is hope. The media is mostly sand, perlite, and a little peat moss, and is very...
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    Is my Hummer's Giant a goner!?

    Well, if you're reading this you read the question. My poor Hummer's Giant of one year suddenly started turning brown and shriveling up. There are still some green spots on it, but for the most...
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    Well by the looks of it I am quite out of space...

    Well by the looks of it I am quite out of space for now. I just upgraded to this setup in order to fit the H. heterodoxa x minor. Besides, anything more interesting can only come from Wistuba, and...
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    My Heli Setup & Thank You

    A few months ago I won a free H. pulchella from Butch, and then a H. neblineae from HeliGoddess, and also got a ton of free live sphagnum from GrowinOld. I wanted to say a huge thanks to everybody...
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    I have a terrible time with it too. It did great...

    I have a terrible time with it too. It did great for a few years when my wife cared for it, and then it got a ton of basals and went downhill. I might take a look at the roots now, perhaps they...
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    I'm not making light of the situation, but I'm...

    I'm not making light of the situation, but I'm colorblind, having a hard time seeing green, and just looking at the pictures everybody looks fine. I quickly figured out the color must be off after...
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