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Hey everyone! I'm new here, so hopefully I don't stuff up the picture uploads/attaching. I grow highland and intermediate Nepenthes in Melbourne, Aus, in a variety of conditions including outdoor, indoor, terrarium and unheated greenhouse. I'm about to share some pictures of my favorites, so enjoy! Additionally, I'm including pics of a hybrid that I have been growing for some years now, but still have no idea about the parentage

lowii x campulata
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ventricosa x truncata
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(lowii x veitchii-red) x burbidgeae
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(ventricosa x sibuyanensis) x macfarlanei
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xtrusmadiensis x burbidgeae
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truncata x (sibuyanensis x trusmadiensis)
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sibuyanensis x talangensis
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maxima x lowii
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maxima-dark x trusmadiensis
lower:
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upper:
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And finally, the mystery plant
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It grows well under highland conditions, and is currently inflating the first uppers. Any suggestions?? :)
 
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Looks a bit like my mystery nep, can't be sure because the leaf shape is not shown. Many guessed that it was Miranda, but it wasn't confirmed and now I have sold it as it didn't make pitchers in my lowland conditions.
 
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Your mystery hybrid has an overall pitcher shape that - to me - suggests N. boschiana. Whatever else might be in there is unclear to me. Beautifully grown plants, every one! Welcome to TF :)
 
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Melbourne, Australia
really nice plants!
how big is your truncata x (sibuyanensis x trusmadiensis)?

I would guess that your mystery plant is boschiana X glandulifera

Hey morbus, this plant is small still. 17cm across. I'm impressed with the pitchers already, should become a spectacular plant as it matures

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