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    Hi Kirk, the Sarracenia is a plain ole S. flava var. rugellii....er....a variant of rugellii what was told to me.

    The greenhouse structure itself cost around $500, the glavanzied hoops were given to me from a friend of mine who owns a seasonal nursury (biggest in the area up here). But if I were to buy it myself, it would have been around $1500 or more I would imagine.

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    Hello "nepenthes gracilis"!
    Fine pictures of your greenhouse!
    The only detail you have not told us is how tall are your Nep.
    Inermis Plants! Which high must reach the Inermis plant to make upper pitchers like yours?
    Let me know,thanks! Bye!

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    Hi MrAga, the N. inermis is just about 60cm tall.

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    Hi NG,

    I noticed that you have some artificial flourescent lights in the greenhouse. Just wondering, have you had any problems with rust or operation under high humidity?

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    Hey Michael Lu! Uh no I actually haven't. The only problem is that the little cardboard fiber covers that protect the end of where the lights lock in peel up from the excessive humidity and reveal the terminal contacts. But other than that, not really a terrible rust problem either. The lights don't get the brunt of the sprinklers watering radii. THanks for asking though...would be nice to get those waterproof fixtures but I don't think paying over $100 for just a gasket sealed diffuser is really worth it.

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    Some of the lights at the CSUF greenhouse complex were covered with rust, the last time I visited. Surprisingly, most still worked.

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    Hi Nepenthes Gracilis,
    This is good to know because actually I have a terrarium that is 70 cm high,so I think that I will succed to grow an Inermis in the near future.
    My terrarium has the following temperatures and Umidity :
    With neon On : 60 % umidity and 26 Celsius Temperature
    With Neon Off : 95% umidity and 20 Celcius Temperature
    This in winter...in summer I will have sure more than 31 Celcius.I hope that Inermis can support this temperature.
    What do you think? Which is the max temperature I can take an Imermis to reach?
    Thanks
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    thats what? mid 80's?

    fabulous website Mr_aga. the spectacular images were especially awesome! that rafflesiana is incredible, and the kitten was unexpected [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
    you are so lucky to live in Milan, it's the fashion lovers paradise!
    such rich culture (and couture!)

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