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    SR,

    is #2 the cutting you got from me?? If so then it is the (tobica x ovata) x veitchii hybrid (the lid on mine does that pop in thing for every pitcher)

    If it is that cutting then I have been treating it like an intermediate, outside all spring/summer and then inside when the temps hit 50.
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    No, I have your cutting labelled. It is starting to unfold a new leaf and a pitcher bud is starting to develop. Is yours getting a nice red color like the EP pic? I do keep track of the names of plants I receive from people, (at least now I do).

    These two came as unknowns from two different sellers as extra plants to a friend, and he decided he didn't really want to grow unknowns, especially hybrids, and I thought I would see what they look like. He thought they were lowland hybrids, but wasn't sure. I have moved them out of my lowland greenhouse and into the outdoors with the rest of my highland plants as the gentle? didn't like it in there, (but was starting to adapt anyway), and the other one has leaves like spathulata. They seem to be doing fine outdoors so far.

    Thanks for the input - any other opinions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (srduggins @ Dec. 03 2005,9:24)]...he decided he didn't really want to grow unknowns, especially HYBRIDS...
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    SR,

    Yeah mine get good and red. There is some slight green tint to them but over all it is varying shades of red from pure upto an almost purple.
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