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    A day in the shop + Try IDing all these plants!

    I thought I would share these picture with you so we can all enjoy them together

    I recently got a lowii hybrid (suspected to be lowii x campanulata) from this nursery for only $14 usd. I went again recently and snapped a few photos.

    Try IDing these plants if you can!

    Nepenthes costs $14 usd regardless of rarity. All imported from Cameron Highlands so there are some highlanders in it.

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    2) This is HUGE!




    The leaves look like this:


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    6) Beautiful red coloration


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    9) That peristome... A day in the shop + Try IDing all these plants!


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    22) Striking upper pitcher!


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    -duplicate picture-

    26) Uppers!


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    32) Lowii hybrid again?!



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    Biodomes... It costs 12.80 usd (the small one at the bottom) and 15.60 usd (the bigger lady luck).

    Overview of the nepenthes area...


    Now to other plants!














    Their aliciae is huge!



    Beautiful flytrap


    Flytrap costs $7 usd, sarracenia costs $9.20 usd, pinguicula and drosera also cost $7 usd.
    Last edited by TS 1989; 12-20-2015 at 06:47 PM.

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    Very difficult without leaves but I had fun trying! Lots of these horticultural hybrids can look very similar to me.

    1. N. maxima hybrid (x N. glandulifera?)
    2. N. glandulifera x boschiana
    3. N. hirsuta or a hybrid with it (odd lid shape)
    4. N. boschiana hybrid
    5. N. mirabilis

    6. No idea really
    7. N. boschiana hybrid
    8. N. glandulifera hybrid
    9. N. spathulata hybrid
    10. N. mirabilis

    11. another N. boschiana cross
    12. N. glandulifera x boschiana
    13. N. hirsuta or a cross with it
    14. N. boschiana cross
    15. N. maxima hybrid

    16. N. ventricosa x campanulata
    17. N. ventricosa hybrid (x N. spathulata?)
    18. N. veitchii x fusca?
    19-20. N. maxima hybrid
    21-22. N. Ventrata

    23. N. x hookeriana
    24. N. ventricosa x campanulata
    26. N. ventricosa hybrid (x N. fusca?)
    27. N. glandulifera x boschiana
    28. N. x hookeriana

    29. N. spathulata hybrid (x N. maxima?)
    30. N. maxima hybrid
    31. N. hirsuta or a hybrid with it
    32. N. lowii hybrid (x N. boschiana?)
    33. N. maxima hybrid

    34. N. glandulifera x boschiana
    Last edited by Clue; 12-20-2015 at 11:42 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clue View Post
    Very difficult without leaves but I had fun trying! Lots of these horticultural hybrids can look very similar to me.

    1. N. maxima hybrid (x N. glandulifera?)
    2. N. glandulifera x boschiana
    3. N. hirsuta or a hybrid with it (odd lid shape)
    4. N. boschiana hybrid
    5. N. mirabilis

    6. No idea really
    7. N. boschiana hybrid
    8. N. glandulifera hybrid
    9. N. spathulata hybrid
    10. N. mirabilis

    11. another N. boschiana cross
    12. N. glandulifera x boschiana
    13. N. hirsuta or a cross with it
    14. N. boschiana cross
    15. N. maxima hybrid

    16. N. ventricosa x campanulata
    17. N. ventricosa hybrid (x N. spathulata?)
    18. N. veitchii x fusca?
    19-20. N. maxima hybrid
    21-22. N. Ventrata

    23. N. x hookeriana
    24. N. ventricosa x campanulata
    26. N. ventricosa hybrid (x N. fusca?)
    27. N. glandulifera x boschiana
    28. N. x hookeriana

    29. N. spathulata hybrid (x N. maxima?)
    30. N. maxima hybrid
    31. N. hirsuta or a hybrid with it
    32. N. lowii hybrid (x N. boschiana?)
    33. N. maxima hybrid

    34. N. glandulifera x boschiana
    Oh man, I'll definitely take picture of the leaves next time too!

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    I think Clue covered it....I'm suspicious on 5 being mirabilis however because what little of the leaves we can see does not match that thin-leaved species. A hybrid perhaps, but those leaves are way too thick, and rounded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TS 1989 View Post
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    I think Clue covered it....I'm suspicious on 5 being mirabilis however because what little of the leaves we can see does not match that thin-leaved species. A hybrid perhaps, but those leaves are way too thick, and rounded.
    I'm pretty sure the leaf you're seeing is from another plant (note the spots on the pitcher and its peristome shape) and is completely obscuring any leaf detail on #5.
    Last edited by Clue; 12-21-2015 at 11:06 AM. Reason: quoted photo for clarity
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    I was focusing on the leaf behind the one in the foreground, which appears to be the one connected to the pitcher being held. I'm not seeing the characteristic serrated edge of mirabilis, but it's possible the true leaf is hidden between the two...
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
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    I really didn't expect my local shop to sell so many kinds of Nepenthes. I thought they would all be Nepenthes Ventrata or something. A day in the shop + Try IDing all these plants! But hey, at least now I know that there are more hybrids among these plants.

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    beautiful

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