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    i really didn't get to kow any rare neps

    like some victorian hybrid

    can you tell me some rare neps

    that doesn't have a lot of articles about it.
    does anybody have a N. tentaculata?

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    I don't understand the question, but here are some victorian hybrids:

    N. x Intermedia
    N. x Dormanniana
    N. x Dominii
    N. x Mixta
    N. x Dyeriana
    N. x Coccinea
    N. x Wrigleyana
    N. x Masterians
    N. x Tiveyi
    N. x Hookeriana
    N. x Wittei


    These are French:
    N. x lecouflei
    N. x 'Ill de France'
    N. x 'Ville de Rouen'

    Missouri Botanical Garden cultivars created by George H. Pring. All three are N. [(rafflesiana a hirsuta) x (rafflesiana x ampullaria)] x (rafflesiana x hirsuta). They are called N. x 'Lieutenant R. B. Pring', N. x 'St. Louis', and N. x 'Henry Shaw'. They were made between 1918-1956 and no one grows them anymore, so that might be what you'r looking for.

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    jacquelineae x izumae

    the second page has a bit of its history............granted its only been around a couple years but try finding one
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    try N. edwardsiana, N. Klossii and N. Mollis for rare species. and also N. x Trusmadiensis.
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    No one knows what N. mollis pitchers look like (they could be vestigial!). They could be fantastic beyond belief or.... really boring and dull as dishwater.

    Why doesn't one of the CP "celebrities" go and find one?

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    actually. recently i think someone has found them. i cant remember where i heard this( ill look it up) but i think they said they look like N. Maxima pitchers. i could be wrong...
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    theres nepenthes X edinensis that i grow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Sep. 27 2006,5:19)]actually. recently i think someone has found them. i cant remember where i heard this( ill look it up) but i think they said they look like N. Maxima pitchers. i could be wrong...
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