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    Nice nepenthes you've got. If you didn't already...

    Nice nepenthes you've got. If you didn't already know, there is a nyc carnivorous plant society. They hold meetings every few months.
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    Yeah, as long as you can remove all the salts for...

    Yeah, as long as you can remove all the salts for coco peat it should work just as well, at least for nepenthes.
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    I haven't seen any real differences in keeping...

    I haven't seen any real differences in keeping pitchers on vs off for rooting. And I don't think foliar feeding helps much. What I find encourages rooting is a 'need' for roots. A well draining but...
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    Spathulata x hamata is a nice hybrid and does...

    Spathulata x hamata is a nice hybrid and does seem decently adaptable.
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    Hey, its the regular BE clone, cant recall which...

    Hey, its the regular BE clone, cant recall which number that was at the moment.
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    4902 Burb x Veitchii BE 3067 4903...

    4902
    Burb x Veitchii BE 3067

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    Stenophylla

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    Izumiae x Truncata

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    4901 Lowii x Campanulata

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    Lowii x Campanulata
  8. Great photos. Those intermedia are very...

    Great photos. Those intermedia are very impressive.
  9. Thread: Help!?

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    When you say the tips are brown do you mean the...

    When you say the tips are brown do you mean the tips of the leaves where the tendrils are or the growth point of the plant?
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    Looking real nice. Rob x Veitchii is cross to...

    Looking real nice. Rob x Veitchii is cross to watch as it matures for sure.
  11. It's almost definitely a sanguinea. The orange...

    It's almost definitely a sanguinea. The orange clones that get distributed by the big suppliers look like your plant does. It's an attractive and hardy form of the species.
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    Part of it is that highland habitats become...

    Part of it is that highland habitats become highly isolated from each other due to the geography. Plenty of species are restricted to just a few mountains or even a single peak. With so much...
  13. You don't need to do anything with the roots that...

    You don't need to do anything with the roots that a capensis makes along its stem. They're fine on their own. If you feel like it you can cut the root and use it to propagate a new plant.
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    Very nice collection you have going there....

    Very nice collection you have going there. Quelchii and Reniformis are some of my favorite species.
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    I don't use that exact panel but mine is similar....

    I don't use that exact panel but mine is similar. They are very powerful and run cooler than a bank of T5's would. They're powerful enough to produce some leaf burn and should be used at a minimum of...
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    Looking very nice. Its always exciting to see...

    Looking very nice. Its always exciting to see your plants mature and develop, isn't it?
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    I would be doubtful of those. Petiolaris drosera...

    I would be doubtful of those. Petiolaris drosera seed are a lot less common. In any case you'll want to keep them very warm during germination.
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    It looks fine. 2 weeks still isn't very long to...

    It looks fine. 2 weeks still isn't very long to have been growing a drosera. New growth seems green, which is all you need.
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    4766 N. Boschiana 4767 N. Maxima 'Dark' ...

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    N. Burbidgeae x Veitchii

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    Poll: 4765 N. burbidgeae x veitchii BE-3677

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    N. burbidgeae x veitchii BE-3677
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    Looking very nice. Those EP veitchii x burbidgeae...

    Looking very nice. Those EP veitchii x burbidgeae are real special.
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    It depends on how much you want to spend. Some of...

    It depends on how much you want to spend. Some of the smaller led panels are around 30-40 dollars and would give you plenty of light. Personally, I go larger so you have the space and power to expand...
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    This is a fairly common thing to happen. Flowers...

    This is a fairly common thing to happen. Flowers are formed from modified leaves so occasionally you'll get a plant that fails to produce flowers and makes regular leaves instead on a flower stalk....
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    Very nice looking individual you've got there. A...

    Very nice looking individual you've got there. A few seed I helped create 10 were spread around out there. Seeing your plant has me wondering if any of those are still out there in the world.
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    Looking very nice

    Looking very nice
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