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    is there an award for smallest mature nep? when this guy was shipped to me last fall it had a dried aborted flower stalk plus the pithcers are uppers so im possitive its mature..............





    and in the spirit of Jeff's post
    here is my hamata's newest pitcher


    and my falconeri
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    that D. falconeri is breathtaking!

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    rattler, mine is very slow too but at least it's pitchering (love your shot of that little pitcher!):

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    very nice, what i ment on neps thread about a complaint was that the only aristo i had seen in person was Jeremiah's which was MUCH bigger than this guy. when neps said he had an aristo to trade i jumped on it last year with JH's plant in the back of my mind. when this lil but fully mature plant arrived i was more than a bit surprised. i like the lil guy and have no regrets about the trade. i just need to find a younger larger, reletivly speaking, clone so i have one i dont need to examine with a magnifying glass
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    Thanks for explaining what you meant. As I mentioned in the thread where you originally brought this up, the exact plant from which I took the cutting you have has produced some fairly large pitchers, certainly much larger than displayed in the photo above. So, the problem may be due to your conditions, or perhaps simply because it has not yet reached sufficient size.

    In any case, one nice thing about the plant I sent you is that it is from seed; i.e., it is genetically unique, and not a TC clone.

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    Was it a cutting from a matured plant, rattler? I've seen newly budded cuttings on gracilis do that before.

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    neps, im guessing that this one isnt going to get much bigger pitchers unless it produces a basal. for the size of the leaves i dont think the pitchers are that small. perhaps this one, once it starts vining does this sort of thing. you wouldnt happen to have a pic of the plant this came from?
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    Looking good! Your plants are breathtaking Rattler.

    I'm sad to say that my beloved N. aristo croaked about a month ago. It didn't like the summer heat AT ALL, not to mention I kept it sitting in water a little too much.



    Oh well, I haven't given up yet! I hope to aquire another one in the next year. Hopefully I'll be more experienced by then (one can only hope!) and my plant will thrive.

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