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Hi
Here are a few more nep photos as they look on a nice sunny spring day. Funny to think the greenhouse was covered in snow a week ago!


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My large dark coloured N. sanguinea


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An infamous finger shot to give idea of scale  
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A freshly opening pitcher on my orange form N. sanguinea


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Another shot of the same plant

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My N. sanguinea x truncata which is becoming more beautiful by the minute
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N. mira getting bigger by the minute!


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The whole plant. Check out that extra long tendril on the right hand side! Glad I moved it to a hanging basket  
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Another favorite my N. spectabilis x ventricosa


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My very young N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana. I lost my two other plants of this hybrid, so I am keeping my fingers crossed on this one.
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And finally the always popular N. hamata. A recently opened yet to darken pitcher.


cheers

bill
 
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Nice growing, great pics!

How long did it take to get the sanguinea x truncata to that size?

Peter
 
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[b said:
Quote[/b] (schloaty @ Mar. 17 2005,11:01)]Zoiks!  As allways, Bill, beautiful plants.  About how big is that truncata x sanguinea?
Thanks
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The pitcher is 6 inches tall. The plant as a whole was 3 inches across when I got it in late 2003. The next couple of leaves are at least twice the size of the one that produced this pitcher
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The dark form is a BE clone.

cheers

bill
 
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Hi Bill
As ever top quality plants.Its always a pleasure to see your plants makes me wish mine where a bit older at times.
bye for now julian
 
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[b said:
Quote[/b] (Flip_Side_the_Pint @ Mar. 18 2005,1:31)]awesomely healthy looking plants. But one question; where are the lowlanders?
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I only keep highland & intermediate neps in the greenhouse. My smaller collection of lowland plants resides in the kitchen & bathroom
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cheers

bill
 
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