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    Here are some pics I took tonight. Not too much, but we haven't had any photo posts for a bit.

    First, N. spectabilis:


    Next, N. spatulata x maxima, a vigorous hybrid!


    Here's a giant N. bongso pitcher, just starting to color up:


    Here's my first decent N. singalana pitcher. This plant is still pretty small:


    Finally, here's N. truncata x (stenophylla x lowii):


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    Great plants Capslock, as always

    Man, the coloring on your N. spectabilis is breathtaking. I'm actually getting one of these plants soon. Are they easy to grow?

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    Sweet plants! Love the colours on that Spec!

    BTW, Caps, did you get my email after the last NASC meeting?
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    Beauiful plants, Capslock. The N. spectabilis is striking and the N. bongso is a real knockout!
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    very nice plants! Which clone is your N. spectabilis? One from G. Bandahara?

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    Great plants, Max!

    That trunc hybrid is very interesting. So tall & skinny! Your spec is a great speciman, too.
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    Oh yeah, what everybody else said and then some. I would also like to know the pedigree on that spectabilis.
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    Thanks folks! Don't know what kind of spec it is, I'll see if it's labeled when I get home. It's the one Hortus Botanicus sells.

    Est, I did, and thank you!

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