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    While I had it out for a bit... The N. ventricosa x talangensis basal pitchers...








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    Beautiful plant pineapple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dionae View Post
    Beautiful plant pineapple.
    Thanks!

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    Somebody outgrew the terrarium...



    The suspect...



    ...Next to his buddy, N. boschiana x mira, whose newest pitcher has an impressive peristome!



    And just above the N. boschiana x mira, the N. alata Spotted put out a new pitcher. It's peristome is thicker than it's previous pitcher's last peristome, AND it is showing some stripes! I don't believe maxima has stripes, so it may not be a maxima hybrid...


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    N. ventricosa x talangensis's first upper or intermediate pitcher. No curls in the tendril, so it may be an intermediate. Still anxious to see how it turns out!


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    Today, I realized how fast my sphagnum has taken off! It's growing like a weed! Perhaps it's because of the fertilizer I started using when I added the dying sphagnum from my greenhouse?

    22 February, 2012


    27 March, 2012








    22 February, 2012 (half of the pot of my Pasian Highlands N. truncata showing an N. ventricosa x talangensis pitcher)


    27 March, 2012 (whole pot of my Pasian Highlands N. truncata showing the same N. ventricosa x talangensis pitcher)








    27 March, 2012


    27 March, 2012

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    Very nice Pineapple, I love seeing pictures with all of the plants growing together like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mato77429 View Post
    Very nice Pineapple, I love seeing pictures with all of the plants growing together like that.
    Thanks, I like the look of it too. The sphagnum really pulled the whole collection together to where it looks like they're growing in the same substrate.

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