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  1. Hello,semi 2015
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  2. Hello all together, after about one and a half years, the house finally is finished. It really took a damn long time, unfortunately much longer than expected. It has been extremely stressful to plan and to coordinate everything. During this long period, i tried to rebuild my collection again in the basement of the now rebuilt house. The species richness of my collection is of course absolutely not comparable to what i grew in the past. Meanwhile most of the plants from the basement are placed again in the house, only a few African Drosera are still in the basement. Nearly all the South Ame
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  3. Hello my friends, i have really bad news about me and my collection. On 15.10.14, there was a major fire here in Bochum, affected was my parents house. Only a few days before i returned from vacation. Here are some links about it: http://www.google.de/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCEQtwIwAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DmFUAokGYd0Y&ei=XihlVJrRKcj4PKibgOAE&usg=AFQjCNHzdy818wY_jk8JQ9kJnCAQPYhv_g&sig2=CdKNSJ52ITXIQgRfyvP_Ag&bvm=bv.79189006,d.ZWU http://www.google.de/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&
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  4. More updates of this plant , quite impressive color in the spring.
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  5. The whole cutting goes into the bag mate, either straight into some soaked moss or if it's easier, into a pot filled with sphagnum then bag the whole thing up . it's a good idea to try different techniques though so give your water method a try if you have the material. My bagged cuttings are just left in the bag on a bathroom windowsill as its a frosted window. I think direct sun through a window would be damaging so avoid this at this time of year, natural daylight through a window not in direct sun should be fine. Good luck
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  6. Nice plant Jcal but I'm sure there was a ' gentleman's agreement ' that you don't include the lid..... I guess it's like including your ball bag when measuring your knob.....
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  7. Maxima, tobaica, adnata, truncata, basically anything that grows around 1000m altitude should fine, although you don't mention your actual temperatures. Probably best avoid anything that grows over 2000 m altitude although singalana seems adaptable to house plant conditions. Sometimes you just have to try, different clones of the same species react differently.
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