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    Hi,

    during winter all of my N. glabrata pitcher well and so I took photos of three of my clones which I want to share.

    Smallest plant approx. 15 cm high:



    Medium sized plant 40 cm high:



    Upper pitcher of my biggest plant, the stem is about 1 m long:



    Cheers Joachim

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    Sweet! I don't have that Nep. Is it easy to grow?

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    WOw Joachim! Lovely, Which clone is the middle plant from? I love the shape of the pitchers, I'll have to show you some of mine. My plant has large pitchers like yours but no where's near that lovely rounded shape!

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    Hi Joachim, great shots!

    I have a glabrata, but I've only had it a few months. Mine is barely 4 or 5 inches tall (10 cm would be generous), but it has three (maybe four) basal rosettes. I was thinking about topping the main vine & trying to root....Have you had experience rotting this one? Does it root easily?

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    Joachim I have come back to your thread several times, really enjoyed your pics. This is on my want list for sure...

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    Hi all:

    this plant seems to be an easy to grow highlander when compared to others.

    Gus

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    Hey Joachim, here is my N. glabrata, from Andreas.


    N. glabrata uppers

    N. glabrata

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    Many thanks for your kind comments!

    @Schloaty: I haven't tried to take cuttings, si I don't know.

    @Dustin: Your plant is very nice and looks much better than my plant. I believe the plant in the middle originates from Joachim Nerz but I'm not sure, because I got it from Christian Klein already some years ago.

    Joachim

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