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    All the pics you could ever want/need/digest etc.. are at Bob Z's site http://www.humboldt.edu/~rrz7001/
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    Yes...I thought of that afterwards. But thanks for the reminder. 'Velvet' is kinda nice. Looks a little different than 'Gentle'. Maybe I haven't seen it around here because it's highlnadish.

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    Definitely lloks like my Miranda looked like before it got old and woody. The leaves were then larger, thicker, less glossy, and course. Of course, then I had to go and leave it out during an unexpected cold snap - 2 days below 35F (nights below 30)......Well, now it it looks like woody death.


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    Looks exactly like my miranda, but wait until it makes some pitchers first just to be sure.

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    I think its a ventrata. Miranda's leaves are a lot more wide

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    Leaves look way too wide to be ventrata.

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    You think thats a ventrata? Better get your eyes checked! Definetly a maxima hybrid, most likely N. x Miranda!

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    Yeah...looks a lot like 'Miranda'. Don't understand how you could get ventrata outta that.

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