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i think im ready

Posted by junior_trap (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 15, 06 at 12:19

Hi everyone...ive had my nepenthes Ventricosa for a while now and im looking to get another one....what would be a step higher than a nep ventricosa?....thanks in advance...

p.s. where is a good internet source for nep sales?

THANKS!!

-junior


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Try some highland species. they require cooler/brighter temps. and not much humidity. Me too. i want to get more neps, i only have a nepenthes Sanguinea, these types are VERY easy to grow and don't need much attention, i simply over-head water it like 2 times a week and spray it with purified water on its leaves and pitchers every morning. I grow my nepenthes in a bright/sunny Window at all times. it's growing very quickly.. :P i wil post new pics of it whenever i get my new camera in christmas. Muahahaa!

www.cobraplant.com

or

www.flytraps.com


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Or also try
www.californiacarnivores.com
or http://www.hortusb.com/info.html
Both have great plants
Lois


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i emailed cobra plants because a link wasnt working...no response since i posted this.... and flytraps.com is practically out of everything.. Thanks for the info...i might go with hortus botanicals... and see how good their plants are :)


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