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Here we go! In no particular order..

One of the good ones, N. spectabilis x veitchii:
Nspectabilisxveitchii1.jpg


A similar robust hybrid, N. veitchii x boschiana:
Nveitchiixboschiana2.jpg


I just repotted this and have high hopes, N. izumae x TM:
NizumaexTM.jpg


The next pitcher will be the real deal, but here is an almost-upper N. vogelii:
Nvogeliialmostupper.jpg


A promising young plant, N. truncata x TM:
NtruncataxTM2.jpg


This dwarfs all the plants around it:
NxDyeriana2.jpg


N. burkeii:
Nburkeii.jpg


N. sp. 1 bleeds like N. sanguinea:
Nsp1blood.jpg


more in a sec...

more next post

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This N. truncata is a cutting from the specimen at the Berkeley Botanical Garden:
NtruncataBBG.jpg


Here are my N. truncata Queen x Kings:
NtruncataQxK3.jpg


Growing fond of N. Splendiana x Mixta not only for the pitchers...
NSplendianaxMixta2.jpg


... but also for the pink/red foliage:
NSplendianaxMixta.jpg


The following few are N. sp. Langkawi - showing several aspects of this unique plant.

First, this plant has longer tendrils than any nepenthes I grow:
NspLangkawi2.jpg


The long tendrils are really only on the lower pitchers, which are nice and red:
NspLangkawi3.jpg


The uppers, by contrast, are yellow and narrow, with redish undersides of the lids:
NspLangkawi4.jpg


I just repotted the one with the long tendrils - and it's roots looked thick and black like this:
NspLangkawiroots.jpg


Thanks for looking!
Max
 

uphwiz

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very nice pics and great growin :-O, what size are your grow spaces , are any of these in terrariums? are there pics on here i can go to .
thank you for the share.:-D
 
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Great plants!

The plant with the long tendrils, what is it's name?

Edit: Nevermind, I see the name now. And to think, I just got new glasses. LOL.
 
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N. sp. 1 bleeds like N. sanguinea:
Nsp1blood.jpg
Call the Vatican - I'm positive Nepenthes weeping blood is one of the seven signs! :D


Fantastic shots!

My old N. sanguinea nectar used to have a very sharp almost metallic tang how is this?
 
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Call the Vatican - I'm positive Nepenthes weeping blood is one of the seven signs! :D


Fantastic shots!

My old N. sanguinea nectar used to have a very sharp almost metallic tang how is this?



LOL. Who would of thought that a Nepenthes would take part in Delivering the message of the Second Coming, LOL.
 

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All your plants look fantastic. I've never heard of the Lawgawak or however it's spelled. But it's very nice, love it. I'm going to repot some of my neps soon, but haven't had to deal with rootbound ones yet. So how did you repot yours? Looks like quite the chore to do without damaging roots.
 
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