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    Thanks Paul. The cyclosecta is a new arrival and still looks a bit rough. Gimme a month or so with it, should look even nicer.

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    I love the Kondoi and cyclosecta!
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    I see your P. cyclosecta is in its winter-rosette stage. Shows me how unnatural my conditions are as mine is in bloom, ha! I really like your N x trusmadiensis. Not only is it toothy but I like the form of the pitcher as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    I see your P. cyclosecta is in its winter-rosette stage. Shows me how unnatural my conditions are as mine is in bloom, ha!
    That cyclosecta is actually a fairly new arrival from grower/vendor up in your area. It arrived here a few weeks ago with the succulent phase already well started. Mine don't really have too much reason or rhyme as to when they choose to go dormant, regardless of watering and light cycles. Mine usually go through 2 major periods of dormancy a year. Most will go through the normal winter dormancy starting in November or December when I stop watering them and then a 2nd, shorter dormancy July into September when it's blazing hot out. I get flowers even when plants have gone into a tight rosette of succulent leaves, through most flowering occurs shortly after the plants resume active growth. I can't figure this complex out at all but they all seem happy and healthy year round.

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    The kondoi is gorgeous! thanks for sharing!
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    P.rotundiflora


    P. x'Titan'


    H. x'Tequila' flower.


    H. heterodoxa x minor also flowering.


    H.collina flower.


    N. burbidgea x platychila


    N. rajah x mira


    N.muluensis x lowii


    N. ventricosa x ephippiata


    N. x trusmadiensis - Clone 2


    N. boschiana


    N. fusca - "Form A"


    N. leonardoi


    This plant arrived as a seed grown N.stenophylla. I suspect it's either N.maxima or N.stenophylla x maxima.


    N. stenophylla - The replacement plant from the one above.


    N. spectabilis - Pangulubao, SG


    N. sanguinea - Orange, intermediate pitcher.


    N. peltata


    N. naga


    N. tenuis - Christian Klein


    N. tenuis - AW


    N. bongso - Gunung Merapi


    N. hirsuta


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    Great update! That bongso looks great, did you grow it from seed yourself?
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    That particular one is the AW clone.

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