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    beautiful looking neps ya got there

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    Thank you all for your kind comments. I finally feel like I'm growing some good stuff now!

    But now for something kinda funny:

    Does this N. sanguinea lid look comically large to you? (Formed naturally)






    (And yeah, I know I have S. rosea growing in a tropical terrarium. The mother plant was declining last spring, so I took a pulling of it just in case. Mother plant died, but now I have this beast growing in the moss in my Mexican Pinguicula tray. It'll go outside once it gets warmer)


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    I love to see Neps growing outside. I think I'm going to try puting a couple I have out on my porch this summer. How much sun are your outside neps getting? Dirrect, dappled, or a lot of bright shade, and how much of each roughly? Are the N. 'miranda' and alata also outside?
    I also want to try N. gracilis. One of these days I'll get around to getting one. I have a medium sized lowland terarium that it would grow like crazy in.
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    That lid does indeed look a bit oversized. Awesome looking though.

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    awesome looking lid, i agree though it does look a bit large

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    That lid does look huge. I'm going to have to try my larger Neps outside this summer, too. Just the lowlanders, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richjam1986 View Post
    I love to see Neps growing outside. I think I'm going to try puting a couple I have out on my porch this summer. How much sun are your outside neps getting? Dirrect, dappled, or a lot of bright shade, and how much of each roughly? Are the N. 'miranda' and alata also outside?
    I also want to try N. gracilis. One of these days I'll get around to getting one. I have a medium sized lowland terarium that it would grow like crazy in.
    Great plants

    Right now, the N. alata, x 'Miranda,' x 'Ventrata,' x 'Judith Finn,' and ventricosa are all right now in my University's greenhouse, getting probably something like full sun. In summer (so, the picture where they are clearly outside) they were in my veggie garden, and got at least three hours of direct sun, and were in shade the rest of the time.

    Thank you everyone for your words!
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    Nice! my N. sanguinea has also produced some comical lids before. It's definitely a goofy plant.
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