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    Why I like the Cephalotus so much...

    The teeth! Next to N. hamata which I can't grow well here. These comes close. Shh...don't let my Cephs know...



    The colour! And the pattern under the lid which changes from pitcher to pitcher.





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    Heck yeah cephs are awesome. I really like yours because it looks just like one of mine. I always thought it looked like those sarlacks from star wars at first.

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    Dude the teath are the best thats also why i like Cephs alot and All the Neps with teeth look awsome
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    Nice pics there Cindy ! I love those teeth.
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    And this is why I like sweet cameras and good photographers! Great photos, Cindy. I never paid attention to the design under the lid. Is there a significant difference in design or just various differences of the two large stripes and the two small stripes/spots on the outside? None of my Cephalotus plants are large enough to observe this.

    It would be sweet if the designs were all totally different; like, if there was a swirly under one? lol.

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    Excellent photos!

    On my different Cephalotus plants, the designs all look similar, if not the same.

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    Yes, very nice looking plants there!
    They look quite happy. Your doing a great job!
    I love growing them too. Just can't get enough of em!
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    By coincidence I recently took this photo which I posted at our Canadian forum located

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