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    Spring 2011Collection

    Finally just brought out a bunch of Nepenthes from the indoor area to a more sunny outside location. Repotted the cold hardy ones a few weeks back and just repotted the neps before bringing them out...

    Spring 2011
    N. "sibxhamata" - 4 grow points


    Its root structure...

    Repotted



    N. 'Red Dragon'


    The outdoor Nep area

    (Starting left and going clockwise : "Red Dragon", talanganensis x veitchii, "miranda", N. "St. Galla", splendiana x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii], ventrata, "sib x hamata", N. "St. Galla", veitchii 'pink', and miranda...)

    S. minor "okee" ----- *Thanks Andrew!


    S. 'Mountain Splendor' Pic 2


    Angel Trumpet ------ *Thanks scholaty!


    More Here...
    Last edited by GregNY; 05-31-2011 at 07:32 AM.

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    Very nice plants. Your sibuyanensis x hamata is probably the largest I've seen, but it does leave me scratching my head a little wondering if it is truly sib x hammy. It doesn't seem to have any characteristics of hamata at all - at least to me.

    It seems to look more like maxima x sibuyanensis. Other thoughts?
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    It certainly reminds me of a cross with N. talangensis.
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    It looks like N. sibuyanensis x hamata to me.
    http://www.cpphotofinder.com/nepenth...mata-1639.html

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    Nice root system on that baby.

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    How much sun do you give your Nepenthes?
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    wow nice plant and roots
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    Quote Originally Posted by Exo View Post
    How much sun do you give your Nepenthes?
    --I actually have a unique set up there which I'll post some pics explaining. To sum up, that area is over shadowed by a tall tree which I'm hoping will provide shade when the sun is at its highest. This would leave them getting direct sun in the morning and at sunset...


    --Thanks for the comments guys. That root structure was quite the surprise when comparing it to much larger/older plants that I repotted...

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