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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    Where did you get the N. gracilis? I'd love to try one, just because it's little and not commonly grown.
    That N. gracilis came from the NECPS' plant show a few years back. A local grower had a bunch of cuttings for $5 each, couldn't resist. Didn't catch his name, though. It's a very easy species to grow, and I hear it does even better if you stick it in a LL conditions.
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    Lookin' good!
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    For they are the ones who let in the light."



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    These aren't in my terrarium per se, but they are mine, and they do look good...

    N. alata and N. x 'Miranda' gettin pretty big.





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    note to self: Do everything possible to give plants natural sunlight.

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    The N. alata pitchers are bigger than expected.

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    I love your alata and ventricosa!... But for some reason, I don't like my ventrata as much as either the parents...

    Very nice collection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pineapple View Post
    I love your alata and ventricosa!... But for some reason, I don't like my ventrata as much as either the parents...

    Very nice collection!
    Thank you! And yeah, I love N. ventricosa's tubby pitchers, and N. alata's long necks... but N. x 'Ventrata' seemed to get an awkward mix of the two. Oh well, it grows well and looks impressive to people who aren't in this hobby, so, I'm happy with it!

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    Great looking Nepenthes!!!

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