spectacular phil. wow! just immaculate. very very nice pic quality as well. I can only dream of seeing those plants. very very nice.
Yes Phil has plans to preserve the pitcher. I already asked him that.
Rob, he said he is going to use the same technique he used for the rajah pitchers he showed you
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gosh I love vietchii and hybrids with it.
any one know where to get H/L striped?
I can't wait until hurreliana gets into cultivation.
its extreamly hard to get ahold off......im still pissed i lost mine, been looking for the last year trying to replace it....basically come down to waiting on an individual i sent a cutting to, to grow theirs big enough that i can get a cutting back via trade or cash......trading for or buying a cutting is about the only way i know of.......any one know where to get H/L striped?
As always, beautiful plants! And the photos are awesome too.
I liked that N. lowii x truncata. What a pitcher.
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Hey there Rob,
As always superb pictures of pitchers.Your photographic skill are exceptional. I know it helps tp have a goodsubject to shoot.
Every seed that you plant ,doesn't sprout.
Every seed that sprouts, doesn't make it to maturity.
Every cutting that you stick doesn't grow roots.
Every cutting that roots doesn't grow to a small plant.
Every small plant doesn't reach maturity.
Who needs speelcheck?