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    Hehe, very cool everyone! I'm going for something along these lines soon. My past experiences have lead to mould, but those were in a closed container. My only turn off of doing it with D. scorpioides is the fact that it'd probably be a PAIN to get the gemmae from any but the very outside ones. Once again, very nice everyone!
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    I have always LOVED the look of Drosera forests [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/cool.gif[/img] I've been trying to get one going myself for the past couple months with D. burmannii, D. binata and D. capensis but I don't have any great results just yet. In good time, perhaps...

    ...I do have a couple D. spatulatas that are quite forest-like. I'll try to get some pictures up soon.

    Great pictures so far everyone!

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    nothing amazing. spatulata

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    Steve, Andrew: it has a very Christmasy look! I prefer a swamp:



    Here's my forest:


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    Awesome pics everyone!! I do think the jungles look best.

    Jimscott - what is your forest? How are you growing that? It looks like a free standing clump of dirt sitting above the rim of the pot?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (CP30 @ Feb. 01 2006,9:48)]Awesome pics everyone!! I do think the jungles look best.

    Jimscott - what is your forest? How are you growing that? It looks like a free standing clump of dirt sitting above the rim of the pot?!
    Love your forum name! I think I can tell what movies you watch. This forest is a sand and peat mix, sitting in an one of the lab's spent plastic pipette containers. Here's an empty one:



    The plants themesleves are an unidentified pigmy sundew. They could be Lake Badgerup, but I'm not sure.

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