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Thread: N. raff Hybrid Seedlings

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    That's right, I remember getting them from Pyro. (Though I did get some from Tropics too.)

    Joossa, not sure, if I got more or what. Mine are a lot more crowded than they should be though.. so it may look like more?

    Good luck with yours as well!

    I can't wait to see what they look like when they get mature pitchers...
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    I got some from tropics, and they look exactly like the ones in the first picture...that's what I did with mine, I put them all in a big container, and now I've got a bunch of growths like yours...You should have a little jungle by next year
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    Yes the raff x ? came from me. I was not super accurate about dividing out seed but everyone should have gotten a slew. My germination rates have been pretty good, upto some of the seeds that staticed to the bag greminating in the condensation that gathered on them. Key seems to be constant heat and humidity.
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    It has always fascinated me that even when neps are teeeeeny tiiiiiiiiiiny little specks, they have pitchers!! Look at the size of the pitchers compared to the seedling. That's pretty amazing.

    Very cool photos.
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    thinking about what you said PAk...if they had the same ratio as they will as adult plants... since its part raff its going to have fairly big leaves... a 1.5 foot leaf would have a 3 ft tall pitcher and with no tendril! why is nature so cruel!?
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