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Henderson
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PostSubject: carnivorous plants   carnivorous plants Empty11/30/2011, 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
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Small pitcher from a small plant Smile.
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Another shot of the same pitcher
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Another pitcher forming
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Next is my not doing-so-good nepenthes rajah Sad.
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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!
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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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Annababe
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PostSubject: Re: carnivorous plants   carnivorous plants Empty12/2/2011, 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   carnivorous plants Empty12/4/2011, 2:02 am

Thanks anna Smile. Ill try my best! Will keep it updated.
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PostSubject: Re: carnivorous plants   carnivorous plants Empty2/17/2012, 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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