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    Here are some pics of my nep's latest pitchers.

    N. x 'Judith Finn':


    Still not quite fully developed, but it still looks awesome!



    N. fusca 'Sarawak':








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    Nice plants. But judging by the color of the pitcher of the Judith Finn, I think you should put them in a sunnier location.

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    Oh, it just opened yesterday. It hasn't colored up yet.

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    Oh I see. Then keep them growing!

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    Nice pitchers on your N. x 'Judith Finn'. Mine is finally starting to pitcher again after sulking for more than a year after I forgot to water it one time to many and then transplanted it to a larger pot so that it wouldn't need watered as often.
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    Thanks guys. I'm actually thinking of repotting my N. x 'Judith Finn', but since it's been in that same soil for about 4 years, I want to try to get as much of it off the roots as I can. Or should I not worry about this? Since it doesn't seem to mind growing in that old peat.

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    I re-potted my N. x 'Judith Finn' last month and since then it has exploded with growth. I would recommend a bigger pot with some fresh soil if you have the room. You don't have to worry to much about getting all the old soil off, new roots will grow into the fresh media quickly. I need to post a picture of mine, maybe later tonight.
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    Great looking plants Ben. Man, I can't believe the size of that Judith Finn pitcher!

    Oh and Nick, it would be great to see a picture of your plant as well.

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