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    Hummers giant

    I have had a number of plants that were labeled hummers giant. Not all clones are equal. This HG has amazed me ever since it showed up at my doorstep. It is a vigorous grower and largest pitcher producing plant I have. It is badly in need of a pot upgrade. Already over flowing it's 6 inch pot

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    Stunning!

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    Good growing! That's monstrous! How old is the plant?
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    That is a stunning plant!
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    So jealous, haha.

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    Thanks for all of the compliments.

    This plant is a few years old. Not sure exactly. The pitchers are slightly smaller because this plant flowered like crazy this summer.

    I have another hummers that is traced back to the man himself. Hopefully this one has some surprises in store for me. It's alittle slower growing than the plant above


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    Both are very nice looking plants. I only have a couple typical seedlings, but maybe one day..... and maybe soon I can get them to produce color like yours
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    Nicely done jcal ,both beautiful examples

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