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Joined
Dec 23, 2002
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354
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Munich/ Germany
Hi,

last fall I was bored with all these pale upper pitchers of my N. inermis x ventricosa and so I gave it a new chance to produce lower pitchers...

After about three months have passed life is coming back:

N_inermis_ventricosa_170305_small.jpg


Cheers Joachim

P.S.: Please don't try this with a more valuable plant!!!
 
Joined
Dec 23, 2002
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354
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Munich/ Germany
Hi,

I did this previously with a N. mirabilis which turned out as a nice bush. The N. inermis x ventricosa was quite large and healthy, so the chances were good it would send out some basal shots. And speaking of value, the rest of this plant went to the compost heap... This hybrid is available through a lot of garden centers for very low prices here in Germany, so the interest in cuttings is not that high.

Cheers Joachim
 
Joined
Oct 30, 2002
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Lincoln, NE
Lol, like I mnetioned in another thread, "one man's trash...."
Is it in the Garden Centers over there because of Thomas Carow? I have heard highland truncata are cheap over there also...

Cheers,

Joe
 
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