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    The Consuming Flame EdaxFlamma's Avatar
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    But now we know don't we?

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    p.s. Andrew? (if he has proved himself worthy to call him by his first name) Thinking about adding some N. "Miranda" into the sales section of your website?
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    Why wouldn't lowlanders be popular? I love all neps (except ventricosa). Maybe you could get some sweet hybrids...especially bical hybrids :P

    ::cough cough:: merrilliana ::cough cough::
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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    est, your monitor must be WAY off.. members are like a gray color... quite different than the mod blue.

    EdaxFlamma, If I'm worthy of being called by my first name? ...that's an odd statement. lol actually, I will be taking cuttings of my N. x 'Miranda' soon. But right now I just have the one monster that is taking over the top half of the front of my green house!!

    phission- I don't know. The times I've tried to find lowlanders for myself here no one really seemed to have any. I guess that doesn't mean not popular.. it just seems you hear more about the highlanders / intermediate than lowland... to me anyway.
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    Well CRUD, they look pretty darn similar if you used the default layout like I do. None of that fancy-schmancy green stuff. :P
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    it just seems you hear more about the highlanders / intermediate than lowland... to me anyway.
    Not if you live in the nep forum like I do .

    Try to get a huge batch of seed. Sooo much easier and more rewarding. Plus, its so much easier to import, and seed grown plants are worth more
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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    Actually, I tried nep seeds twice. Once about 5 years ago, and once 6 months ago. No luck with either.
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    It's because, and let's face it, highlanders are just better. Sure there are some awesome lowlanders like N. bicalcarata and N. northiana and N. clipeata , but look at the highlanders... N. hamata, N. villosa, N. aristolochioides, N. klossii and N. edwardsiana (unobtainable though they may be), N. argentii... the list goes on.

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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    says a guy that JUST got rid of his lowland grow area ;-)
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    Nah, it's still too warm at night during the summer to grow any of the good stuff.

    One day when I'm a rich doctor I'll buy myself a chiller and have a 180 gallon terrarium with nothing BUT N. villosa.

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    Hmm...perhaps we should have a discussion about seed growing elsewhere. I think the Sticky in the nep forum is lacking in some very important info...and I also don't agree with the use of sphag for seeds because of a variety of potential problems, or the bottom heating unless they're lowlanders in winter.

    One day when I'm a rich doctor I'll buy myself a chiller and have a 180 gallon terrarium with nothing BUT N. villosa.
    I'm so going to beat you to it...I'll be out of med school when you're graduating college
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