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    Hey, thanks everyone for the replies. áPart of...

    Hey, thanks everyone for the replies. Part of the problem is that the fogger is just one of those little disc foggers, not a drugstore ultrasonic humidifier, so I don't think there are any...
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    I have a question - Do you think that an...

    I have a question - Do you think that an ultrasonic fogger in a terrarium could expose people to germs? I'm basing this on the fact that large (room-type) ultrasonic foggers have to be cleaned out...
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    Yep, those pitchers were gigantic. áAlmost...

    Yep, those pitchers were gigantic. Almost freakishly big; felt like I was looking at a mutant or something. The picture's a bit misleading because the pot makes them look smaller - that was a BIG...
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    After reading Capslock's post this morning, I...

    After reading Capslock's post this morning, I went to the store to check it out for myself. I took some pictures too; see here.

    N. inermis - $25
    N. xiphioides - $40
    Ceph pot - $100

    They also...
  5. Thread: Rugelli?

    by Mike D
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    Not to correct anyone, but the ICPS spells it...

    Not to correct anyone, but the ICPS spells it rugelii as in this article (1 L, 2 I's). Schnell spells it this way also.

    Graned, I've seen it with just about every possible spelling by otherwise...
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    Gotcha. Thanks guys!

    Gotcha. Thanks guys!
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    I was 99% sure this plant was a plain ssp. venosa...

    I was 99% sure this plant was a plain ssp. venosa until I read this thread identifying CP30's purpurea as a burkei. Now I'm only about 95% sure.
    ...
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    Some of the rest of my plants... S....

    Some of the rest of my plants...

    S. leucophylla 'Titan'
    http://www.cpforums.org/gallery/albums/Mike-Dimmel/leucophylla_titan.sized.jpg

    S. x 'Judith Hindle'...
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    Here are a couple of plants I too got from Phil...

    Here are a couple of plants I too got from Phil Faulisi. These are sister plants to the ones Dominic and kcc have a few pages back. All Phil's plants are from seed, so no two are exactly alike.

    S....
  10. Thread: Growing outside

    by Mike D
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    Thanks for the info folks. á Capslock, just...

    Thanks for the info folks.

    Capslock, just wanted to say I love your signature. I'm sure you'll understand when I say...

    GOSH!!! Flippin' highlands!

    My apartment is too warm and the...
  11. Thread: Growing outside

    by Mike D
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    I'm in San Francisco, and I'm thinking about...

    I'm in San Francisco, and I'm thinking about experimenting with highlands outside. Conditions are:

    Day: 60-75░F, ~50% RH... WINDY
    Night: 45-55░F, ~75-85% RH

    Want to try with:

    maxima
    maxima...
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    Sweet... you a BB fan? With a name like mine I...

    Sweet... you a BB fan?

    With a name like mine I really should listen to them more.
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    Parliament/Funkadelic James Brown Ohio Players...

    Parliament/Funkadelic
    James Brown
    Ohio Players
    Gap Band
    Other funk and disco (guilty pleasure...)
    Bob Marley
    Grateful Dead
    The Cure
    Primus
    Lynyrd Skynyrd
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    Hi, I was considering a small setup for...

    Hi,

    I was considering a small setup for highland nepenthes, and after getting quite a bit of information from this forum, was wondering if anyone could offer me some advice. I'm trying to provide...
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    I'm right in downtown San Francisco, and all my...

    I'm right in downtown San Francisco, and all my plants seem to be growing fine. They're mostly Sarrs and a few Drosera, and although there is hardly any temperature variation seasonally, none of...
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    Thanks for the info! áSounds like I can go either...

    Thanks for the info! Sounds like I can go either way without much risk.

    Bill, that's an interesting suggestion - I wasn't aware that either peat-based or LFS-based Sarracenia mixes had any...
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    Since it's about repotting time, I wanted to get...

    Since it's about repotting time, I wanted to get the opinions of the other growers on transplanting. Specifically....

    When moving Sarracenia to larger pots, should you typically avoid disturbance...
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    Didn't mean to sound impatient there, Brooks -...

    Didn't mean to sound impatient there, Brooks - take your time! Wouldn't be a good idea to rush all your plants out too early.

    Guess all your Leah Wilkerson pictures really did the trick, huh?
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    I'm with sarracenia, "Leah Wilkerson" and "Adrian...

    I'm with sarracenia, "Leah Wilkerson" and "Adrian Slack" are exactly my two favorites as well. Can't beat x moorei's.

    Drives me nuts, too, because to the best of my knowledge, both are still...
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    I think this needs some clarification - MOST...

    I think this needs some clarification - MOST sarracenia (the upright species) pitchers should not be filled with water, since their lids would naturally prevent this from happening in the wild. In...
  21. Thread: S. oreophila

    by Mike D
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    You bought that (x willisi) x flava "copper top"?...

    You bought that (x willisi) x flava "copper top"? I swear I saw that exact plant at the booth last Sunday, unless there were two. Looked nice, as I recall.

    I know what you mean about California...
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    In answer to question (2), I started the topic...

    In answer to question (2), I started the topic implying, as Alvin said, that efficient means how full are the traps, i.e., how many insects are caught given the pitcher size. Should've been more...
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    Interesting to hear everyone's opinions..... have...

    Interesting to hear everyone's opinions..... have to agree that the Judith Hindle is apparently pretty attractive, even the pitcher or two that opened in December are filled.

    Actually, the color...
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    Noticed something in Nick Romanowski's Gardening...

    Noticed something in Nick Romanowski's Gardening with Carnivores that seemed interesting - he says that "In the wild, [S. oreophila] is said to be the most inefficient insect catcher of all the...
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