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    Looking for Sylidium seeds

    Hi, currently I have tropical Byblis seeds with location data and will soon have assorted Nepenthes hybrid seeds (e.g. whatever x ampullaria Black Miracle) in the following months.

    Any fresh...
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    The bulbs are 7W each. 6B1R, 5R2B and 6B1R.

    The bulbs are 7W each. 6B1R, 5R2B and 6B1R.
  3. Thread: B. aquatica

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    This year, perhaps and just perhaps I may have...

    This year, perhaps and just perhaps I may have broken the Da Vinci code of growing B. aquatica to adulthood... :-))

    There are now 9 plants growing at my balcony! Well, I didn't sit down, mull over...
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    There are many articles on how blue or red light...

    There are many articles on how blue or red light affects the growth of the plants and I am a total noob. The decision to try this is entirely due to the fun factor, and also because the high red, low...
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    Hi, If you are able to identify the source of...

    Hi,

    If you are able to identify the source of your plant, it would be helpful. The ampullaria cultivar registered with ICPS, with red pitchers, is the Nepenthes 'Cantley's Red' - from the very...
  6. Spintix357, here is my ranking based on year...

    Spintix357, here is my ranking based on year round 75-100F temperatures in my ultra lowland conditions.

    Cephalotus - grows at my balcony year round but dies back during the hottest season
    D....
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    Gabcat, sunlight is FREE which makes it better....

    Gabcat, sunlight is FREE which makes it better. LOL

    Seriously, plants are made to grow in the sun so they will love the sun. But if there ain't enough lighting inside the house, then artificial...
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    Hi Butch, the panel and tank LEDs are from...

    Hi Butch, the panel and tank LEDs are from different companies. The wattage of the panel one is more higher though...I have to be about 2-3 the distance away from the panel in order to get the...
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    Hi Daryl, welcome to TF! And rest assured that I...

    Hi Daryl, welcome to TF! And rest assured that I am also recovering from the mass orders. LOL
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    Here are my latest sets after Butch helped me...

    Here are my latest sets after Butch helped me with the calibration of the T5 HO and CFL.

    Set 1
    SpectralWorkbench - Set 3044

    The white LEDs (Panel and Tank HL) are currently used for Nepenthes,...
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    Spectra for CPs

    Hi everyone,

    Thanks to Butch, I'll probably be blind with neck and spine problems by 2016. :jester:

    It is his fault he introduced this link to me...but then again I guess I cannot really blame...
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    If the height and size of the transparent pot is...

    If the height and size of the transparent pot is what you desire for the plant, then just use some aluminium foil to wrap round the pot to cut out the light. I use those with Disney prints for my...
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    I just received my first mature glabrata plant...

    I just received my first mature glabrata plant from Wistuba and it is puny and miniscule compared to the adnata. It is placed in my 2ft highland tank with another 10 pots of Nepenthes.

    Either I am...
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    I recommend N. adnata and N. glabrata as small...

    I recommend N. adnata and N. glabrata as small species for your terrarium but am not sure if they are readily available at your end. N. ampullaria can be kept compact by trimming back. N. hamata is...
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    Sphagnum moss does well with high humidity and...

    Sphagnum moss does well with high humidity and moist media. I keep them either in bog conditions or completely enclosed in a terrarium. Very clean water and nothing less. Cheers!
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    Happy birthday!

    Happy birthday!
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    Hi, I grow all.my sphagnum moss in lowland...

    Hi, I grow all.my sphagnum moss in lowland conditions 75-90F. Most are highland and montane species but do equally well as long as high humidity is maintained. Cheers!
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    Another form of red sphagnum moss ...

    Another form of red sphagnum moss

    http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t51/cpphotosz/1stQ2015/nepenthes_adnata8_050215_zpsgfbglray.jpg
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    I have been collecting different forms (I can't...

    I have been collecting different forms (I can't say species as I don't know their true identity.) LOL
    ...
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    Hi, T5 2ft 18W is not enough for Sarracenia....

    Hi, T5 2ft 18W is not enough for Sarracenia. That's because the brightest part is the middle of the tube and 2ft is very short. You can at most place just one plant under that region.

    I use two...
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    While we struggled for the past month with the...

    While we struggled for the past month with the haze (due to slash burning in Indonesia...see link), the Neps seem to love it. The plants are all putting out pitchers that are larger and some even...
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    Happy birthday!!!

    Happy birthday!!!
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    I would suggest my book "Growing Carnivorous...

    I would suggest my book "Growing Carnivorous Plants in the Tropics" if you have lowland species you want to grow or if you have tropical weather or live in Florida or Texas. Cheers!
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    My oldest plant at the moment. You can see how...

    My oldest plant at the moment. You can see how many basal offshoots there are...smaller ones at the base of the stems. I have already removed five so far this year...including one like the larger...
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    Thanks! I need small plants. The largest was a...

    Thanks! I need small plants. The largest was a bicalcarata at 3ft tall including the pot and almost 5ft across with the leaves held up. THAT took up one-third of my balcony space and I had to give it...
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