billynomates666

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  1. Hi Dean and welcome to an absorbing hobby!
  2. Hi AdamJS and welcome. You can indeed learn a lot on this forum, they are a knowledgeable lot. Cheers steve
  3. Hi Levan and welcome to the forums. It sounds like you already know how to grow highland Nepethes, your collection will surely grow. Good luck Steve
  4. Hi BugMagnet and welcome to the forums. Cheers Steve
  5. Hi sandralaurix3 and welcome! Cheers Steve
  6. Welcome aboard lovefool!!! cheers steve
  7. They wont do much growing till next spring, so if you can keep them damp they will be OK, but then they will need repotting, at that size avoid root disturbance as much as possible, so spoon them out onto the top of some wet medium in the new pot. Cheers Steve
  8. I'm not sure what depth of soil you have but they look happy enough, you can leave them till next spring or later, quite easily if there is enough soil. I often leave mine in pots like that for two years. Cheers Steve
  9. Hi Exodus and welcome to the forums. Cheers Steve
  10. Hi Jay and welcome to a wallet emptying hobby!!!!! Cheers Steve
  11. Hi Terry and welcome to the forums. Steve
  12. They do not need terrariums nor high humidity, I would take the lids off to increase ventilaton thereby reducing mould and take the cover off the Capensis pots entirely. Also after 3 years or so I would repot to reinvigourate the medium, that will help the plants, and at the same time loose the terrarium. Put them outside if you have the opportunity to give them all more light. Cheers Steve
  13. A picture would be very useful. Cheers steve
  14. Generally hybrids exhibit the best vigour, although which one is best there are simply so many that I haven't grown I cant tell you. I have many different moorei's that are very vigorous, both named and home made mongrels. Cheers Steve
  15. Hi Hypno and welcome back!
  16. Hi Vince and welcome. Hope you've got some spare space you're going to need it these plants get very addictive. Cheers Steve
  17. Hi Jon and welcome back to the hobby and to the forums. Cheers Steve
  18. Hi Alexandre and welcome to the forums Cheers Steve
  19. Try as I might, I cannot get coir to replicate the results I get from peat for carnivorous plants, no matter what I mix it with.
  20. In answer to your question, some firm of evaporative cooler would be your most economic solution, however it will be massive compared to your set up.