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thez_yo

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It's been a long, hard winter without pitchers. They're finally getting enough sun to pop some out and I'm so excited!

baby hamata just opened it's first pitcher for me (if you look real close you can see peristome teeth!)
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ampXsib just opened up
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same with the ventXtrusmadi
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and the QoHXKoS
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macrophylla working on a pitcher
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glabrata working on a pitcher
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and same with stenophylla
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Oh, and last as a comparison of size (white pots are 3"):

Clockwise from noon - N.macrophylla, N.flava, N.jacquelineae, N.truncata QoHXKoS
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Clue

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That last one is your tray of rarities! Updates will be welcomed with oohs and ahs. ;)

I like your stenophylla. It has an hourglass figure. :p
 

thez_yo

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Clue: yup..I hope they start pitchering like mad with more sun. Hopefully the new apt has as much sun for them. And yeah the steno is not hard on the eyes :)

Miguel: gotta love the red.
 

Ngantnier

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Nice babies! I really dig that ventricosa x tm (is that x sabre?), I love how TM crosses are so toothy, even though their only 1\4 macro!
 
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Nice, stenophylla is one of my favorite plants. Your plant will look even better as it puts on more size. Mine is about 6-7 inches across now. How large is yours?
 

thez_yo

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Same size ;). I have smaller pitchers than everyone else because mine don't get regular misting/high humidity. It just grew that first and only pitcher for about 4 months if not more. It's one of the few that responded very favorably to a coffee treatment after a stall in growing. It perked right up (the whole plant) and doubled the size of its leaves and popped out that pitcher, fyi.
 
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