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    This is the same pitcher from the last thread but it has colored up some and it is very happy as you will see.







    The lid is quite gooey as you can see, and it also has the hairs.


    Accidental flash use, but I like the way it came out.

    Just shows you how easy this hybrid is. The past days have been in the upper 80s/lower 90s and it is having no trouble at all.

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    nice! i got one too but for free!
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    Very nice! May i ask what humidity and air circulation is this plant getting? I just got one and i have a similar setup with you
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    the humidity in there is always around 70-80%. always quite high. I use a pretty strong computer fan although when i get rid of the middle layer and put in a HID lamp I will get a bigger oscillating fan.

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    Great photos Its a beautiful hybrid. I have mine growing outside now and its lapping it up

    cheers

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    Very nice! I also see a good-looking Ceph in the background

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    Mine has not really appreciated being outdoors through the winter in southern California, but few plants do. It survives but grows slowly. Only two pitchers this winter, and the second one opened in early spring. I already have another one on the way, so its obviously liking the warmer, brighter days. Can't wait to see what this does this summer. I've noticed the gooey top also.

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