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    I did that with my N. burkei a few days ago when repotting it. You're not the only one who does stuff like that.

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    Love the photos.
    Miranda is so underrated IMO. I miss mine..

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    Neps seem ideal for most of the lower elevational areas in Hawaii. One day we need to test sarracenia. My Judith Finn just doesn't want to grow here. Have one brightly lit in greenhouse and others under shade. Wonder if it doesn't like cool nights

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    That N.maxima x northiana is a beautiful specimen. One of the better nothiana crosses I have seen!

    Previously known as: NY Plant Nerd

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    Quote Originally Posted by kulamauiman View Post
    Neps seem ideal for most of the lower elevational areas in Hawaii. One day we need to test sarracenia. My Judith Finn just doesn't want to grow here. Have one brightly lit in greenhouse and others under shade. Wonder if it doesn't like cool nights
    I get temps in the 70s to low 80s during the day and nights in the mid 60s. Seems like I can grow some lowlanders and most intermediates. Not sure about highlanders though, maybe some of the more tolerant species? My Judith Finn is a fast growing plant, but it rarely pitchers. When it does the pitchers are large and colorful. Also looks like it might flower soon. As for the sarracenia, they're very pretty, but how would I handle their dormancy? I've heard of people putting them in their fridge?

    Anyhoo, here are a few more pictures of the new plants. Enjoy!

    Like I said, I really like this sib x (talangensis x mira). Great color and shape, this is one of my favorite plants! Can't wait till it gains some size.





    Another new arrival, talangensis x veitchii. It's small but cute!



    And finally, everything potted up and on the new bench.



    Thanks for looking!
    -Arthur

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    Just came back from vacation, and everything's grown nicely!

    New pitcher on the truncata. Slowly getting bigger!





    Another large pitcher on the truncata x maxima.





    Small 'red leopard' pitcher. One of my favorite hybrids, fast-growing and pretty!



    First upper on the maxima. Not open yet...



    And the 'Judith Finn' flower. If anyone needs pollen!



    Thanks for looking!
    -Arthur

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    Really awesome truncata!! Is it HL or LL?
    Gettin there...

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    im a sucker for truncatas and that one is sweeet!

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