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  1. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Hey VFT, GH is about 3.8x2.6meters. I never...

    Hey VFT,

    GH is about 3.8x2.6meters.

    I never got the evaporative cooler going and have not compensated either! In short, the plants simply got tougher. I did loose a few more sensitive plants...
  2. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Hey Gang, Its been over a year since I last...

    Hey Gang,

    Its been over a year since I last posted an update of the Nepenthes glasshouse.

    It was just over a year ago when I pretty much ran out of space for more pots. So since then I have...
  3. Thread: Neps in Borneo

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    Thanks guys, Borneo is a wonderful place to...

    Thanks guys,

    Borneo is a wonderful place to visit Nepenthes or not. Though not cheap compared to much of Sth East Asia itís a real action/adventure destination. Especially if you like wildlife and...
  4. Thread: Neps in Borneo

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    And this is from Mt Kinabalu in Sabah: ...

    And this is from Mt Kinabalu in Sabah:

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v232/aajenki/Borneo/Kin1.jpg

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v232/aajenki/Borneo/Kin11.jpg
    ...
  5. Thread: Neps in Borneo

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    This series of pics are from the main road into...

    This series of pics are from the main road into the Semenggoh Orang-utan Sanctuary in Sarawak. I was blown away by the size of some of the Ampullaria plants!!!
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  6. Thread: Neps in Borneo

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    Hi gang, Its been a long while since I have...

    Hi gang,

    Its been a long while since I have posted. However, having just returned from a trip to Borneo I thought I'd share a few Nep pics.

    I did not go to actively seek out Neps, but when the...
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    Tamlin, Glad the pics please you...

    Tamlin,

    Glad the pics please you http://www.terraforums.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif



    That is something that has puzzled me! Yes, there is variation in colour from deep...
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    Forgot one.... Ever wondered how they deal...

    Forgot one....

    Ever wondered how they deal with fertile soil?

    Looks like they have no issue coming up through a nicely composted horse dropping:
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    Now for some close-ups:...

    Now for some close-ups:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v232/aajenki/Drosera/DWGreen1.jpg

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v232/aajenki/Drosera/DWGreen2.jpg
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    Thought I should start a new post rather than...

    Thought I should start a new post rather than follow one from the last, due to the number of pics.

    These were taken yesterday on my parentís 21 acre property just outside of Melbourne. Its been...
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    Thanks Sean. I did not even realise there was...

    Thanks Sean.

    I did not even realise there was another rosette forming Drosera until I saw these old pics.

    So that means they have D. whittakeri, D. peltata (common form), and now D. peltata...
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    Tamlin/Ron, I did have a heap of really good...

    Tamlin/Ron,

    I did have a heap of really good location photos but cannot find them. However I found 2 old ones from 2003 that are a start. I'll be heading up to my folks again in a few weeks and...
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    setep, Not sure your climate would suit even...

    setep,

    Not sure your climate would suit even though the temps may seem similar. Isn't Sth Florida basically tropical? Where my specimines come from is temperate.

    These are Melbourne's AVERAGE...
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    Tamlin, If neglect is doing something right,...

    Tamlin,

    If neglect is doing something right, then you bet I am http://www.terraforums.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif

    Seriously though, they are indigenous to this area. I fact...
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    Totally forgot I had a pot of this stuff hidden...

    Totally forgot I had a pot of this stuff hidden in the garden (overgrown by a large shrub!):

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v232/aajenki/168_6888.jpg

    This is about a 25cm shallow pot....
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    Just found another I thought I'd add for the sake...

    Just found another I thought I'd add for the sake of keeping thread numbers down...

    N. vent x raff:
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v232/aajenki/Neps/Hybrids/168_6868.jpg

    Here's another that...
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    Reviving an old post for a quick related...

    Reviving an old post for a quick related question!

    Have done a bit of a search but could not find what I was looking for.

    I'm sure someone had said in the past that the clone/s of N. 'Allardii'...
  18. Thread: N.judith finn

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    Not uncommon at all once your growing conditions...

    Not uncommon at all once your growing conditions get crowded. Its quite amazing what some pitcher get up to when they develop out of view!
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  19. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Hans, I do run a heater in winter to keep the...

    Hans,

    I do run a heater in winter to keep the minimum temp in the glasshouse to about 12C. That seems to be enough to keep the lowlanders happy, though growth is very slow.

    Myself and another...
  20. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Hans, I bought that Green Albo as a non-vining...

    Hans,

    I bought that Green Albo as a non-vining cutting back in Feb 2004. So that vine you see is just over 2 years old. The main growing tip was damaged by heat this summer, so not only has the...
  21. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Glenn, Don't know what "zone". †I'm in...

    Glenn,

    Don't know what "zone". I'm in Melbourne Australia (State of Victoria) and these are the state averages to give you a rough idea:

    "Victoria's seasonal climate:
    Victoria experiences...
  22. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Glad you worked the timeline out there...

    Glad you worked the timeline out there http://www.terraforums.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif

    As for what form.... No idea. It was not sold as any particular form.

    Aaron.
  23. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Jeremiah, Nothing in flower in any of the 3...

    Jeremiah,

    Nothing in flower in any of the 3 latest pics! Which pic and where are you looking?

    Aaron
  24. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Just messing about... from THEN till NOW! ...

    Just messing about... from THEN till NOW!

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v232/aajenki/Neps/glasshouse/Collage.jpg
  25. Thread: My glasshouse

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    Almost a year on yet again so update time. I...

    Almost a year on yet again so update time.

    I must admit that the picture quality has dropped off, as it is quite hard to get in to the GH now and position for a good wide photo. Vines and...
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