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    It seems to be kind of a crap-shoot in a way. ...

    It seems to be kind of a crap-shoot in a way. Some species are very dominant within hybrids while others seem recessive.

    For instance N. ampullaria crosses tend to be lowlanders and still...
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    N. rajah x jacquelineae 4863

    N. rajah x jacquelineae

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    Keep it water-logged and always moist in bright...

    Keep it water-logged and always moist in bright lighting. It can withstand full sun so long as it always wet. Some people find success in raising it in tubs of shallow water. I find that if it is...
  4. Thread: We're Moving

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    Exciting! Is your new place going to have more...

    Exciting! Is your new place going to have more room for plants?
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    it will most likely survive. In my...

    it will most likely survive.

    In my experience Nepenthes generally hate getting shocked like that. But in most cases they do survive, especially the larger they are. x ventrata is known for...
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    Nice pics! I love seeing the habitat of...

    Nice pics! I love seeing the habitat of Darlingtonia. It's really cool to see the other bog plants that are growing alongside. Thanks for sharing
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    Wow that burbidgeae x platychila is SO good...

    Wow that burbidgeae x platychila is SO good looking.
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    Poll: you too!!

    you too!!
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    Poll: I am confirmed!!! Definitely going. :water:

    I am confirmed!!! Definitely going. :water:
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    Poll: Dang!! This year its actually on the same...

    Dang!! This year its actually on the same coastline as me. I am very tempted to try and make this happen. . .
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    Looking really good!

    Looking really good!
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    Rest in Peace. . . Completely barbaric.

    Rest in Peace. . .

    Completely barbaric.
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    Wowzers!!!

    Wowzers!!!
  14. As others have said, the amount of time you have...

    As others have said, the amount of time you have to wait before seeing representative pitchers is very largely dependent on the actual species in question.

    Another very important factor is your...
  15. One plant that has been surprisingly bomb-proof...

    One plant that has been surprisingly bomb-proof for me is N. boschiana x campanulata. This plant has gone bone dry, been in harsh sun, cold temps, low-light, you name it. It doesn't necessarily...
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    Collection is looking beast! Love to see some...

    Collection is looking beast!

    Love to see some D. arcturi sprouting up.
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    Dang that thing looks like it is doing great. ...

    Dang that thing looks like it is doing great. What kind of temperatures does it experience for you ?
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    Welcome back! What part of Alaska do you...

    Welcome back!

    What part of Alaska do you spend your summers in?
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    Usually if there are webs in that type of...

    Usually if there are webs in that type of concentration than there will be plenty of small mites visible on the undersides of the leaves and around the growth points. There are a few different type...
  20. In my experience I have found that the easier to...

    In my experience I have found that the easier to grow Utricularia will pretty much grow in anything as long as it is water-logged. I don't think soil is necessary.
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    Well I definitely look forward to your potential...

    Well I definitely look forward to your potential success with these two species. Perhaps the coolest temperate sundews in my opinion.
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    Wow that D. murfetii and arcturi!! So jelly. . ....

    Wow that D. murfetii and arcturi!! So jelly. . .

    Makes my heart hurt to think of my D. murfetii that didn't make it . . . :cry:
  23. I think it sounds like a good idea, and you...

    I think it sounds like a good idea, and you shouldn't worry too much about the mold.

    In fact you can even plant the pebble layer with Utricularia, sundews and moss, or other things that like...
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    Very nice plants. It's been a while since I...

    Very nice plants. It's been a while since I looked at your collection, it's really grown!

    It's good to see some vining Nepenthes, maybe even making uppers.

    Definitely a D. capensis flower...
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    My night time temps vary from between 65-50...

    My night time temps vary from between 65-50 degrees. My daytime temps almost have never exceeded 80 degrees, usually being only 70 degrees or 75 maximum.

    A lot of my other attenboroughii are...
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