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Hi,

Here are a few shots of a number of my Cephalotus on a rare "sunny day"!

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Adrian Slack Clone (!980s)

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Adrian Slack in full sun!

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Phil Mann Clone (1998)

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German Giant Clone

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Big Boy Clone

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Hummers Giant Clone

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Dudley Watts Clone

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My own cross between Adrian Slack & Phil Mann

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Another from the same seedlings growing side by side.

cheers

bill

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Really nice collection of Cephs and great photos too. All you seem to be missing is Eden Black!! Wish I could get hold of a Dudley Watts or Hummers Giant myself so far have only been able to acquire Big Boy.

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Thanks for the nice comments everyone! :laugh1:

Greg- I usually use a mix of peat and sand 75/25 and have been adding perlite more recently. Leaf cuttings and a few small plants are in LFS.

The pots tend to be fairly small and I find that it is once the plant starts to get a bit potbound that the size of the pitchers increase. Each plant has its own saucer and I tend to top it up every few days after it has dried out. Keeping the plants a little drier in winter.

Jim- Yes that is the first flower scrape of the season.

cheers

bill

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Ah, how I've missed looking at the great cp pictures on the forum :laugh: Lovely bunch of cephs there Phil and great piccies of them.

Heather

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