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Henderson
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PostSubject: carnivorous plants   11/30/2011, 12:54 pm

Hey all, share some plants with you Smile. I have many others but these 2 are my favs!
1st up, Cephalotus Follicularis.
Pitcher forming

Small pitcher from a small plant Smile.

Another shot of the same pitcher

Another pitcher forming

Next is my not doing-so-good nepenthes rajah Sad.

Because it can get pretty dry in the greenhouse (due to 4 fans cooling the plants), i built a waterfall and allowed water to flow through the pots of the nepenthes rajah and the cephalotus follicularis so as to prevent them from drying out!

Here is the hose that lets the water run. I could keep them in water dishes, but the water will be stagnant, no one likes that! So i hope this would work, im still hoping to see if it does. Ceph and nepenthes rajah loves cooll water running down thru their roots! Enjoy Smile.
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PostSubject: Re: carnivorous plants   12/2/2011, 2:17 pm

Well aren't those neat?

Good luck on keeping them healthy, you'll have to keep us updated Smile
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PostSubject: Re: carnivorous plants   12/4/2011, 2:02 am

Thanks anna Smile. Ill try my best! Will keep it updated.
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PostSubject: Re: carnivorous plants   2/17/2012, 7:10 pm

Actually, cephalotus likes cool and dry conditions and dry, sandy soil. Your ceph will not survive long term in your growing environment.
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