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Some Of My plants..

Posted by Xymox CA (filthy_xymox@yahoo.com) on
Thu, Jun 23, 05 at 11:07

These are some pics of my plants.. i grow these beauties in windowsills. some Outdoors.. Enjoy

I recieved this Venus' flytrap Bigmouth for Cooks' around september. fairly nice..

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This is the same Venus flytrap bigmouth, but in a different pot since i gave it its dormancy period around january through march(thanks for the advice Bob). A very beautiful plant..

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A Beauty Indeed..

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This Nepenthes Sanguinea was also recieved from Cooks' I grow this one in a window sill that provides 2-3 hours of mourning sun. I used to grow it under lights but i found mourning sun is brighter than flourecent lighting..

Past..
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Present..
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This Cephalotus was obtained from Arthur Knapp, On April the 7th, 2005. Although small, but the plant has growned plentyful. i grow this plant in a windowsill along with the VFT Bigmouth. it is in perfect Health.(sorry for the blurry pic my cam sucks)

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The only name i can give give butterworts are Cuties. Butterworts are very elegant growers, although some grow pint size..but size does not matter.. the flowering Pinguicula Moranensis was recieved from Cooks' on February 25, 2005. The larger Pinguicula Moranensis was obtained from a Garden Center.. The Pinguicula Sethos was obtained from Home Depot, it also creates an appealing crimson pink colour when growned in bright light. Not too Shabby..

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This is another VFT Bigmouth but it's a small 2-3 year old that cost $7.99. this plant was obtained from Cooks' around October. at the moment, it produces 1" traps..incredible for such young plant? i do not have a present pic to prove this.. because everytime i try to scan my pics into the comp, the program gets frozen so it sucks..

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I couldn't update the rest of my plants' pictures. my comp frozes all the times when doing such( i wanted to post a pic of my giant VFT cultivars and other very large VFts i recieved from a friend, also some pics of my outdoor bog garden and some of my friend's plant pics. He only managed to get a few of His.).. hope you enjoy the pics.


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RE: Some Of My plants..

Very very nice.
You got some awesome looking plants!!!

Ye I got a mature Big Mouth from cooks as well, what a beutiful plant, I think they are my fav VFT's now :)
I'll try and get some pics together today of my plants, the red dragon is also getting some fairly large traps of over 1" nowdays.

Cheers

Sheldon (PS that plant really has grown beutifully after the dormency period!)


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Thanks Sheldon. i 've been growing that vft bigmouth in a window sill that gives 4-5 hours of sunlight. I had to repot it from its clay pot since the pot didn't fit in a ziplock bag so i repotted it into a 4" inch plastic pot and placed it in the fridge from January through March. it produces different trap sizes Fairly between 1" inch traps to 1" 1/2 traps. the plant it self is pretty large indeed. i wish i could update my red dragon pics but i can't. would love to see some of your plant's pictures.


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nice plants. your venus fly traps look very nice and healthy. that first pic looks like that one is a red dragon vft because it's turning red. i just got a red dragon vft today. very nicccceeeee.


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