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    Thanks Mark. I also just got some seeds of G.tuibaghensis, ovata and inflexa along with Dowbenya aurea and Tritonia duesta to grow with D.pauciflora, D.cistiflora and D.hilaris.

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    That Nepenthes burkei looks so weird. The colors inside go from gray to yellow. I wonder if that is normal for the plant. And it is nice that your cistiflora is still growing for you. I guess it doesn't go dormant the same time as your tuberous Drosera do.

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    You Honestly have one of the largest and most spectacular collections I've ever seen!!! great work! I would be overwhelmed with a quarter the collection you have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    That Nepenthes burkei looks so weird. The colors inside go from gray to yellow. I wonder if that is normal for the plant. And it is nice that your cistiflora is still growing for you. I guess it doesn't go dormant the same time as your tuberous Drosera do.
    The colors inside the burkei are kind of iridescent. It's just the angle of the photo that makes it look grey. If you look in the previous post there's a photo of another pitcher where you can see the deep red of the interior. The photos of the Geissorhiza and the D.cistiflora were taken a few weeks ago. The cistiflora is now dormant and the Geissorhiza are all forming seed pods now. Many of my tuberous Drosera are actually still in active growth like hookeri, peltata, menziesii and some of the erythrorhiza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    Thanks Mark. I also just got some seeds of G.tuibaghensis, ovata and inflexa along with Dowbenya aurea and Tritonia duesta to grow with D.pauciflora, D.cistiflora and D.hilaris.
    'Very cool. 'Kind of a community effect, as in the wild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    'Very cool. 'Kind of a community effect, as in the wild.
    Yup. Thinking of doing a large-ish pot full of several of these species growing together to leave at a local botanical garden as a seasonal display.

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    Wow! Nice pics!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    That Nepenthes burkei looks so weird. The colors inside go from gray to yellow. I wonder if that is normal for the plant. And it is nice that your cistiflora is still growing for you. I guess it doesn't go dormant the same time as your tuberous Drosera do.
    That's normal for N.burkei and other species/hybrids, happens all the time....

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