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Old 29th June 2008, 10:49 PM
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Thread Started on Feb 23, 2008, 11:53pm
showing recently some intersting plants i received through exchanges. All plant are doing well in tropical Sarawak. Thanks for the exchanges.

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Reply #1 on Feb 24, 2008, 11:26pm

wah robert sui wor...

i also want where can i get... haha.... just love those helimphora... the bad thing is it's hard to get here in malaysia... envy envy envy....

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Reply #2 on Feb 24, 2008, 11:34pm
I AM IN LOVE! with your photography skills!
and the plants too!

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Reply #3 on Feb 25, 2008, 12:01am
Hi Jonathan, I'm not sure how difficult to obtain the heliamphora. It was an exchange with no specified cps mentioned, just any and i will be happy. so the sender gave me 12 cps. There are also sarras,vfts and droseras. There are still good hearted and humble people in this world

Thanks Athene. photography was my passion and it was all learnt through reading, trial and error. with digital it's much simpler and less costly. Everyone can succeed. I love the heliam too

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Robert there has always been good hearted and humble people in this world it's just that we seldom and hard to meet them... ( But i have a chance to meet a few trough my lifetime) "thanks god" erm... anyway it's some lovely cps you have there.. "guard them with your life" hehe...

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Reply #5 on Feb 25, 2008, 2:06pm
Robert,

You lucky fella. Manage to get so many heliamphoras. I am excited to see you starting to grow other CPs besides Neps. Always thought of you as a pure Nep grower. Alright lah! Glad you're growing other CPs.

What other Droseras did you get? Eh, show us all the pictures of the 12 CPs laa... I want to see.
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Reply #6 on Feb 25, 2008, 6:07pm
nice plants & pics Robert...good, you are diversifying. heheh. i hope that plants will take to our weather & thrive for you.
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Reply #7 on Feb 25, 2008, 6:20pm
Hi,
just some info. From what i read from other neighboring forum, H. xTequila thrives very well in the tropics. But Robert, u can try out this Heliamphora your fren gave too. Hope it can adapt very well here and the list of Sunpitchers that can adapt in the tropics will start to grow

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Reply #8 on Feb 25, 2008, 9:06pm
David, sure i will post all but slowly as i have to wait for them to get used to the weather and put out new leaves. There are some VFTs, sarras, gemmae are germinating,and other drosera(aliciae, adeale). The parcel was delivered to me 2 weeks after it arrived and the only one that " migrated" was D.affinis .

Thanks Tarence and Naj for the encouragement.
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I have been growing heliamphoras for over a year now. I have something interesting to show you.

Here, side by side are two plants I bought from YG Park back in late December, last year. One in grown along with my highlander nepenthes in aircond environment with 60-70% humidity and subjected to bright morning sun. The other in a tank subjected to 80% to supersaturated humidity. The tank has a room temperature range of 25C to 31C. And lighted by three 2 ft florescent lights
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I have been growing heliamphoras for over a year now. I have something interesting to show you.

Here, side by side are two plants I bought from YG Park back in late December, last year. One in grown along with my highlander nepenthes in aircond environment with 60-70% humidity and subjected to bright morning sun. The other in a tank subjected to 80% to supersaturated humidity. The tank has a room temperature range of 25C to 31C. And lighted by three 2 ft florescent lights
sulcisfus, welcome to PP. You forget to attach photo
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