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A picture update to Rival that of SirKris


Is ready to take this hobby to a whole new level
Just kidding. I don't know if it can rival those of SirKristoff, but I'll at least give it a shot. Many of you probably remember my great ghetto setup from last school year. Since then I have moved to a new apartment on the other side of town, which in Oxford Ohio is a total of like, 5 minutes. Anyhow, you can all be amazed at the tiny 2x3 folding table I grow my plants on, in a north-facing window I might add! So marvel at the wonders of cheap college students who have to move back and forth between houses much too often! I Hope you guys enjoying seeing how other people grow their CP's. I would definitely put myself out there as one of the more 'unique' methods!

We'll start off with my N. Spectabilis. Note the basals!
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My Lovely N. Fusca 'Sarawak' from our one and only Phission. I still don't think my joke was good enough to warrant such a great plant.
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My baby, N. Burbidgeae. Seriously my favorite plant, and I haven't even seen a pitcher yet.

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Here's a couple of the star of the show, N. Lady Pauline

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How about a little Highland Truncata?
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And now, for the weirdest looking one of all, N. Velvet, which is undergoing an attempt at basal growth, and flowering. (Male, any pollen takers???)
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And last but not least, my entire setup this year.

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lol Davy, nice plants indeed. i love the lady pauline and the fusca. cant wait to see pics of the Burbidgea as it grows!
My spec basals like mad also. One after another, after another ;)

Now if it would just pitcher :censor:

Great pics. Love the color on those burbig leaves.
Great neps :) I really like your N. x 'Lady Pauline ;)
I tink your burbidgea is beautiful too. I also thing the truncata is nice.
Wow, that N. Lady Pauline's flower is something. Is it male?
yeah thats a male flower alright...sadly. we need more females!!! i hope my Seedgrown Hamata is a female...
May I ask your burbidgea's origin.

All look like happy campers. Looking good.
Jefforever: the flower belongs to the N. Velvet, and it is indeed male.

Nep369: The seller said it was Pig Hill. I have not seen anybody else selling this plant at the time being, so I'm assuming thats the most common one to find.