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    if you crossed that one back with N. hamata, i wonder if it would be hardier with a hamata peristome.

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    lol looks like my baby hamata, though your pitchers are bigger. i suppose ill actually have teeth on mine at that size. very nice, wish some of the seeds i recieved would have sprouted
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    Ohhh rajah! I loved mine so. Gotta say the two very favorites were jacquelineae followed by aristolochiodes and hamata. So talangensis would be very nice. How are those? Anyone?
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    Hey Elgecko, would you mind posting a picture of your N. bical?

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    I fell in love with bical when I saw it at the ATL botanical gardens. I can post pics of it whern I get back. They were HUGE and had some of the most incredible fangs. I have to be on the look out for N. jacquelineae. I just looked up a picture and I liked it too. Thanks Lithopsman for asking that question. I have found many I want now too.
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    Oh, Get a x 'Miranda'!! They are technically lowlanders by breeding, but grow like a weed in any conditions. They also get quite large, with very large, showy pitchers.

    Other good ones in my book are ramspina, copelandii and meulensis x lowii (sp on the meulensis)....None of these grow all that fast (not too slow either), and I really don't know how big they get, but they are all good pitcher-ers, especially that hybrid. Pitchers like mad!
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    I think N x gentle is a good chioce as well and easy to find.

    I you want a weed, get a N x ventrata!!!! I have vines around ten feet long on my weed.

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    Here you go LLeopardGGecko.



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