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  1. Thread: CPs

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    Agreed. But seriously, the location data on my...

    Agreed. But seriously, the location data on my plants says "Halley's Comet." So every 75 years I put my collection in the oven for their necessary heat rejuvenation period.


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    I stand corrected. Thank you for enlightening me...

    I stand corrected. Thank you for enlightening me Paul. ;)


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    Welcome


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    And marshmallows grow on trees. Sent from my...

    And marshmallows grow on trees.


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    Welcome. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    Welcome.


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    Very nice.


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    Welcome


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    My plants are grown under T5's and are over...

    My plants are grown under T5's and are over 12inches away from the lights. Probably more like 15 inches. The bulbs get pretty hot. My basement temps stay in the 50's but my grow rack temps are...
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    Update I got some good feedback about my...

    Update

    I got some good feedback about my design. Instead of creating 4 walls, I'm only creating 3. I will be using the basement wall as my 4th wall. This will help regulate the grow room...
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    I'd like to take a moment to shine some spotlight...

    I'd like to take a moment to shine some spotlight on one of my favorite non-carnivorous plants. Tacca chantrieri also known as, the Black Bat Flower. There are approximately 17 distinct species of...
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    I like using the Mosquito bits...

    I like using the Mosquito bits. I sprinkle a few "bits" into each of my water trays. I also put some directly into my watering jugs too. Works great on the carnivorous plant collection as well as...
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    Glad to see the D. aliciae carpet sample is doing...

    Glad to see the D. aliciae carpet sample is doing well hahaha. It seems like it would be hard to ever separate them out. I cannot tell where one plant ends and another begins! Everything looks...
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    I have tried floating plant material in water,...

    I have tried floating plant material in water, AND pressing it against (and pushing it into) the media with what seemed like equally good results. When it comes to floating it in water, I use those...
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    Nice pics, thanks for sharing! Was a good idea...

    Nice pics, thanks for sharing! Was a good idea letting your wife keep her flowering plants in there among the carnivorous plants. Hopefully some of them are scented and can cover up the scent of a...
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    Really cool video. What a great way to show off...

    Really cool video. What a great way to show off your collection from multiple angles. The music was a good fit too.
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    Cool. Hows this coming along?

    Cool. Hows this coming along?
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    Yeah I'd be interested in looking at them as...

    Yeah I'd be interested in looking at them as well.


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    Some local nurseries sell them, or you can order...

    Some local nurseries sell them, or you can order them online from Amazon, or a grower's supply store. For me personally I make my own hanging baskets and it is a lot easier than you might think. ...
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    Very cool that you've got them growing right in...

    Very cool that you've got them growing right in your back yard. They look great too. The red is a nice contrast among the green moss.
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    I tried growing it from seed that I purchased but...

    I tried growing it from seed that I purchased but was unsuccessful. The weather in my area was 18*F today, but I may take you up on your offer in the spring! haha
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    Radagast's Indoor Grow Room

    Hi folks. For the past several weeks I've been planning an indoor basement grow room. I created this thread to post pictures & document my progress with this build.

    Room Specs:
    The area is...
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    Great plants, very pretty!

    Great plants, very pretty!
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    Looks quite happy indeed. Good luck with the...

    Looks quite happy indeed. Good luck with the root cuttings.
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    Very nice pictures!

    Very nice pictures!
  25. I'm not familiar with the plastering sand so...

    I'm not familiar with the plastering sand so unfortunately I cannot answer your first question.

    I get all my sand from pool supply stores. They come in big bags labeled "pool filter sand." Shop...
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