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Very nice :) Looks like your sundews could use more light. You might consider puting them just a few inches from the lights (prop them up on a small box or something). That's how my D. aliceae is set up. It is robust with nice red color and lots of dew

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Not saying your dews look BAD or anything, but they like a little more light than most of the other plants in your pics. They would look nicer and be more healthy and resiliant in more light.
good growing!
 
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Thanks everyone =)

richjam,
The D. Aliciae is on a box outside of the grow rack, under the very edge of the light. I'm low on space, so when it got colder and I brought them inside they kinda got the short end of the stick.
 
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It looks like you're doing a great job. I understand space limitations. I have an N. sanguinea that is outgrowing my growrack and I'm trying to figure out whether to trim it or where I can put it to give it enough light (my appartment windows have less than optimal light). I want to see it enter vining stage!
I am in no way trying to criticize. I just have a hard time not voicing my observations, whether they are helpful or not
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No worries, I didn't think you were.
Most of my neps are pretty small now, but the few that have outgrown the grow shelf (or been pushed out because I got something new and exciting) have done pretty well by my window, even though it only really gets a few hours of good light. After I've updated my grow rack (someday...) I'm thinking about hanging a T8 by the window to help them out. I would totally say don't cut it so you can see it vine, but that's just me.
 
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Royal Truncata!

I can't believe it's taken me over a week to post this, but I've been super busy.
I finally got a Royal Truncata! I'm so happy with it, and I'm so excited to watch it grow up :boogie:

When it first arrived 10.21.2011
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Today (sorry about the cell phone pics, my camera died).
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While I'm at it, my Truncata "Pasian" is looking very red since I changed my lights =)
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Thanks Brie =)

monkey_Cup, I've had my ceph since August 20th. Here's an updated picture of those two new pitchers. There are also three more that have started, but they're still itty bitty.

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Nice indoor setup there.such a kind of setups are most inspiring and helping to the human kind because of its future perspective they are very much useful and are really giving results too.
 
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