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carnivoure12

Hear the Call of Nepenthes
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here are some pics before I go for a bit. Sorry, but I was a bad photographer as usual:

N. truncata - that same pitcher I keep force-feeding ya'll
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N. mira - opened a new pitcher
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N. platychila - new leaf and upcoming pitcher
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N. spectabilis x aristolochioides - intermediate & upper
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N. ventricosa - nice new pitcher
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N. 'Lady Pauline' - One of the nicest it has made so far, opened a few days ago.
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N. veitchii (k)
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H. neblinae (allegedly) - finally making a decent pitcher again
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ohh! nice plants!


andy, please dont delete tis post cause of what just happened in that sundew thread and chatbox!


ok, feel free to delete most of it, but please leave the 'nice plants' part!
 

Heli

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Amazing! :drool: I can't wait to see what your plants look like when you get back. That was one of my favorite things about vacation when I was younger, would always come back to an awesome surprise like a nep flower or a carpload of pitchers.
 
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The pitchers on the spectabilis x aristolochioides and Lady Pauline are gorgeous! And the veitchii k colored up nicely!
 

carnivoure12

Hear the Call of Nepenthes
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A long needed update. Now that school is over for the summer I can concentrate on ethe plants once again. My nepenthes grow seasonally due to the light cycles of the Canadian winters and summers. So, they usually slow down and not pitcher in the winter but start again in the summer.

Here are a few things that are coming back with the longer days:

N. flava
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N. platychila


N. sanguinea


N. 'Lady Pauline'


N. truncata "pasian"


N. jamban - grows well on the windowsill, coming back from a thrip infestation.


Anthurium crystallinum - not a CP, but nice nonetheless. Leaves feel like leather and the veins look like they're coated in glitter. This Finally came back after I though I had lost it. The larger in belongs to my grandmother.





Developing in the next few days:

N. tenuis
N. ventricosa x (ventricosa xxTrusmandiensis)
N. veitchii (k
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amphirion

i dont do pots.
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very nice Carn! looking forward to the other 3 popping pitchers! love the flava. doesnt look like it lives up to its name.
 
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