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    Does anyone know what kind on Neph this is? I recently bought from Lowes.





    Ok then can someone help me ident the neph below?



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    Len I would say you are the proud new owner of a N. x 'cocciena'.

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    That is N x coccinea.

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    I have one too
    Do you know if all lowes sell cps
    even at a mile in elevation
    Do they order from gublers
    Here is my pic

    It is on the right
    I love nepenthes

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    I bought the other neph at a near by nursery... The pitchers look burt but there is alot of new growth..


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    They both are n. coccinea
    I love nepenthes

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    Another question on N. x 'cocciena' is are they easy to grow cuttings out of this species?

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    Question

    From the looks of it your lant isn't ready for cuttings. To make utting the mother plant has to have a woody stem at the bottom of the plant. The woody steam should be woody for more than 3inches. It is a good idea to make cutting when is at this stage and climbing. And it is easy to root a cocciena. Have fun I see your pitchers are looking greatkeep them in the sun but stay away from full sun, and water with distilled water. Happy growing

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