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    i have a large nepenthes x rokko ( throlii x maxima ) female that use to be that bushy now it's not so bushy but it is hugh it takes some one who realy knows how to grow a nepenthes to get a plant that big well done........ i forgot your name sorry

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    Joe, please call me Dustin! And yes, living near natural bogs is very cool and benifical to have access to free sphagnum.

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    dustin,
    I don't see any of the photos anymore, only the clipeata one...

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    Griffin I live up in Minnesota, the bogs are great...

    Aaron

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    I live in Chaska MN and there's no sphagnum bogs here, that Ive found anyway. But I'm quite south west of the metro area, I hear that up north is where the wild sphagnum and orchids (Cypripedium sp.) live. I don't necessarilly agree with collecting from the wild, but to know that the MINDOT HWY dept and Wildlife and Game nazis would rather allow the constructuon crews to destroy these plants utterly (in effect "making them extinct) and fill in their wetlands than allow people who know how to care for these orchids and plants obtain the correct & legal permits and start cultivating them is utterly rediculous.

    a bit off topic I suppose, so to make this post worthwhile I will say that I too have found my highland tank to be the bvest sphagnum (and other moss) growing location. The only problem is my house smells like forest now! I burn inscence almost 24/7!

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    Swords,

    If you go up north near lake Itasca or other lakes up north there are beautiful bogs of Saraccenia and some drosera. They have great sphagnum.

    Aaron

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