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    woah! I didn't knwo there was a truncata x spectabilis hybrid! It looks nice!!

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    Those are some absolutely magnificent stunners you have there

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    Thanks Liz.

    Amph: Ever since switching to a mostly reconstituted sphagnum moss, perlite open mixture they have not been as daunting.

    Devon: I also have the reverse: spectabilis x trunc. Seems to take more after truncata though in all honesty, it's only JUST starting to develop pitchers so we'll see how it looks once it puts out decent pitchers.
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    do you tightly compact the moss to flatten it down? it seems to me like the pings wouldnt really come in contact with the moss since they have such a fragile loose root structure, and their leaves dont allow you to wrap sphag around the plant like i would with neps.
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    All such beautiful plants. Especially that Truncata x Spectabilis and that N. izumiae x trusmadiensis. Now I'm going to have to eventually pick up a Truncata x Spectabilis, LOL. That is unless my Female Truncata flowers soon and I get some Spectabilis pollen for her, LOL.

    Anyways, All your plants look great.

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    now I know what to look forward to in a couple years I 'spose..

    Just stunning as usual Brokken, thanks for sharing!

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    N. izumiae x trusmadiensis. Mmmmmmmmmmmm.

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    Thez: Thanks! I can't wait to see your neps once they start putting on some growth.

    Reaper: Oh yes. You should see it live. It's amazingly dark and beautiful. Like my muluensis x lowii on steroids.
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