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    Yeah, my minimum size for a greenhouse, when I get one, is 10' by 12'. I might be getting one this summer.
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    I just want to reiterate, I seriously doubt there is any glandulifera in that new hybrid of yours. It's a great looking plant, but I'm leaning towards stenophylla as a parent, if anything. Glandulifera and its hybrids have a ton of ubiquitous glands all over the surface.

    Nice plants though, keep up the good growing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by richjam1986 View Post
    Yeah, my minimum size for a greenhouse, when I get one, is 10' by 12'. I might be getting one this summer.
    The shade cloth has solved my overheating issues, but it still heats up quite a bit. I might be building another greenhouse from wood and polyfilm this summer, but it's unlikely.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dexenthes View Post
    I just want to reiterate, I seriously doubt there is any glandulifera in that new hybrid of yours. It's a great looking plant, but I'm leaning towards stenophylla as a parent, if anything. Glandulifera and its hybrids have a ton of ubiquitous glands all over the surface.

    Nice plants though, keep up the good growing!
    When I looked at gland it kinda looked similar, but steno almost exactly matches this plant, however it is likely a hybrid. At least I know it's partly steno though, I can now label it, "N. x stenophylla"!

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    N. spathulata x (spathulata x boschiana)...


    N. x 'Momoka' insignis x merilliana...


    Together...

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    Looking good!
    "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe." ---- Albert Einstein
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    Quote Originally Posted by potted_plants View Post
    Looking good!
    Thanks! The size of the pitchers on the two new ones is thrilling to me.

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    Looking good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heli View Post
    Looking good
    Thanks!

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