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Ok, here's my "Hall of Fame" from the collection that used to be.

The progress of my ceph:
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Vent x trunc:
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Had this labeled as eymae:
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unknown:
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P. moctezumae:
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Terra shot:
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oreophila x purpurea:
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wow that ceph ws awesome! mine is still in the first pic stage and iv had it for over 8 months :p at least it didnt died like my first two attempts
 
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I figured it's been a while since I've shared anything, The pics aren't very good, they are all with a little point and shoot using flash, because my lights throw colors off a lot.

Current grow area:
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Sarr seedlings:
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All of my D. dielsiana are sending up flower stalks:
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As are my D. venusta:
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N. burbigaea x platychila recovering from too much light, my ventrata couldn't handle it either, which is why everything is now under glass. We'll have to see if that helps...
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Little N. sanguinea with multiple growth points:
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N. spectabilis x jacquelineae:
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And my P. 'Sethos' spiltting into multiple growth points after blooming:
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so how do you rate those l.e.d's,looks like they are more than capable as you say some plants could not handle the light,also what make are they ,cheers
 
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New shelf set up
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Nep area
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burbidgaea x playchila
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U. calycifida 'Asentath's waite'
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D. prolifera being prolific. I've gone from one to over a dozen this summer.
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Collected a bit of seed recently
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And I built this!
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Current set up:

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Nepenthes area:

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P. 'Sethos':
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P. moctezumae x gigantea(?):
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P. rotundiflora:
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P. cyclosecta:
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Utricularia 'Asenath Waite'
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D. prolifera and D. schizandra:
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My tiny little Cephalotus "Phil Mann":
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New H. minor:
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S. jonesii:
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The mess in my Kitchen:
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Sansevieria trifasciata flower spike:
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My little project aquarium:
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Awesome pics! What have you got growing in the aquarium? Any utrics? Love the utric pot and the prolifera/schizandra pot as well. Stunning!
 
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The aquarium just has amazon sword, narrow leaf chain sword, pothos, and some viney ground cover thing from my back yard. The ten gallon on my grow shelf is just live sphagnum and a few Tillandsia.
 
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Love pics of setups where the whole room is a dedicated sanctuary to the plants. I started out that way, too!

It's definitely tough to grow plants that look that good in a bedroom and kitchen. Good job!
 
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Few more ping blooms:

P. rotundiflora from our very own flytrapshop.com!

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A different P. 'Sethos' bloom:
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And here's a U. sandersonii "Blue" for good measure:
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