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Where do you get these big bottles?

Posted by greenthumbzdude 6 PA (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 12, 13 at 18:15

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I am looking to experiment with carnivorous plants and I love the shape of these bottles...looked on ebay but wasn't sure what they were called.


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RE: Where do you get these big bottles?

they are called demijiohns


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RE: Where do you get these big bottles?

HI....yes there are demijohns and then there are 3, 5, 6, 10, gal carboys....find a wine/beer making store that is what these big jugs are made for.....they cost any where from $15 to $70 new.....linda


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RE: Where do you get these big bottles?

Slightly off topic....

I'm not sure how many terrariums you've done before but I would recommend for carnivorous plants using a jar you can get your hand into.

In my experiences with them there is a lot of pruning and picking off dead mandibles and pitchers and planting in a bottle may prevent you from being ale to do this.


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RE: Where do you get these big bottles?

I just bought one at pier one imports


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RE: Where do you get these big bottles?

you mean similar to that one above? how large? I would love to get my hands on it. can you post a pick? I'll run to my pier one!


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