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  1. Mossy Girl

    Mystery Drosera

    Well crap. Now looking at those photos of D. admirabilis, I'm not so sure its aliciae anymore. If it helps, the photos don't show it, but it has a dark green almost forest green shade to the leaves.
  2. Mossy Girl

    Mystery Drosera

    Thank you, kulamauiman. It's just a little t5 HO, but it does the job. It's outside in the southern sun now, so maybe it will flower. D. aliciae was my guess, too. And after looking at some photos of admirabilis and venusta, I still think it's aliciae. Guess I'll have to see what/if it...
  3. Mossy Girl

    Mystery Drosera

    This little guy came to me in a pot of D. spathulata last year. I have a few guesses, and I've had a few people give me different answers. I want to see what you guys have to say. I don't have a photo of the flower.
  4. Mossy Girl

    Sarracenia leucophylla Hurricane Creek, AL seeds for postage

    Woah! I got mine today! I'm stoked to try grow them next spring. Thank you so much!
  5. Mossy Girl

    Sarracenia leucophylla Hurricane Creek, AL seeds for postage

    1. Cthulhu138 Thanks Mach ! 2. Ramdacc - thanks for the opportunity 3. Jab91 thank you! 4. Ambanja - Thanks!! 5. ego3k Thanks! 6. monkey_Cup thanks for the offer 7. RSS Thanks! 8. Woodnative- Thank you! 9. NatchGreyes - Awesome! 10. rapidan - danke 11. dionae thanks! 12 jimscott, if there's any...
  6. Mossy Girl

    Favorite sarracenia species?

    My experience is pretty narrow since this is only my first summer growing, but I'd have to say my flava has been my favorite plant.
  7. Mossy Girl

    Mossy's Plant Photos!

    I don't have much room inside, but I built a small light stand for a few 'dews. I think I want to lower the light about an inch. And lastly this spatulata that bit off more than it could chew.
  8. Mossy Girl

    Aberdeenshire, Scotland, bog visit

    I love temperate 'dews!! Thanks for sharing. It's always nice to see them in their native habitat.
  9. Mossy Girl

    I want to see your tallest pitcher!!

    I think it's pretty good for a first summer growing! My flava is my tallest pitcher by far. Hoping for bigger next year!!
  10. Mossy Girl

    I want to see your tallest pitcher!!

    Wow!!! I'd love to have some pitchers half as tall as I am. Maybe next year. Tomorrow I can get a shot of my largest pitcher, my flava. I haven't put a yardstick up to it. I'm curious to see just how tall it is.
  11. Mossy Girl

    Why do YOU love CPs?

    For me it's part novelty and part ecology. They are just so uniquely adapted to their environments; it's amazing. I also tend to be more partial to the North American species because no one ever thinks that odd, unique adaptations arise in their own backyard. I love that we have things like this...
  12. Mossy Girl

    Sarracenia giveaway

    I'll play! 11 :)
  13. Mossy Girl

    giveaway/ trade

    Mine came in yesterday, but I got home from a long day at work around 10p. Too tired to pot them up or even play on the forums. But I got them all potted up today! There were soooo many! And I even think there is something that isn't D. spathulata in there. It almost looks like D. aliciae. Time...
  14. Mossy Girl

    A Pot Question

    Oh that picture is from back in June when we would have drenching rains every night. My plants are in a different container and will be much drier for the winter. In fact they are drier now that we're not have biblical deluges on a weekly basis.... But that is excellent to know I don't have...
  15. Mossy Girl

    A Pot Question

    This will be my first time overwintering my CP's as I just began collecting earlier this summer. I haven't repotted anything that I got in a pot because I read the best time to do so is in February/March. Now Heather brought to my attention that my pots might be a bit small for overwintering...
  16. Mossy Girl

    Masters Degree for me!

    Congratulations, Mason! I'm in the process of getting into grad school, so I know how happy you must be! Looking forward to seeing the results of your work!
  17. Mossy Girl

    The Dew Line

    I agree. They are small, easy, and pretty. What about that is bad? lol