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Hey guys, I had camera out taking pictures for some plant packages and thought that Id also take a couple for a thread here as well.

So after some sorting thru old and new photos Ive got some that Ive decided to post here!

Begonia 'Red Planet' from my D. tinctorius 'Bakhuis' viv



Begonia 'Lubbergei'
This is a primary hybrid of B. lubbersii x B. dredgei
Oddly enough this is an amazing vivarium plant that cant take the humidity, occasionally wet leaves and in my experience its even done well with wet feet!
I thought Id show photos of different cuttings that were grown under different lighting
T12 lighting 1 Daylight the other Im not sure but its more yellow toned

This has the same colors as my adult plant which has a strange ambient lighting from several different light sources

This one was grown in natural indirect sunlight from sitting near the windowsill


Calathea micans from my D. tinctorius 'Bakhuis' viv


Episcia 'Silver Sheen'


Marcgravia SP


Pellionia repens


Syngonium SP


Ficus SP 'Panama'


Selaginella uncinata


Begonia luzonensis
This particular plant is a new plantlet from a leaf cutting I did a couple months ago

Philodendron 'Cebu Blue'
Im still sure ... maybe this is an Epipremnum?


Begonia bipinnatifida
These are a bunch of little plantlets coming up from leaf pieces I tossed into a cube
Some of the pieces were less than an inch in length!


Rhodospatha SP


Begonia 'Granada'
This is another nice primary hybrid with B. dredgei as one of the parents.
I forget the other parent. This plant does really well in vivs!


Philodendron 'Wend-Imbe' from my D. tinctorius 'Bakhuis' vivarium


Philodendron SP Ecuador from my D. leucomelas vivarium

I will add more photos soon!

Hope you all enjoy!


Todd
 

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A few more!!!

I got this one as Peperomia SP 'Silver Trails'
My friend no longer had a tag for it so they named it such to designate it in the collection.
I strongly believe it to be Peperomia turboensis


Begonia burkillii




Pellionia pulchra


Begonia 'Mo Reese'



Marcgravia rectiflora


Begonia Begonia polilloensis (This used to be called Begonia inscisa)
As I understand that is not SYn with Begonia inscisa tho as apparently B. inscisa is a whole other species. I could have misunderstood this of course.


Begonia rajah


Selaginella serpens


Begonia luzonesis
This is a photo of my adult colony this time


Begonia pavonina




Enjoy!!!

Todd
 
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