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    Some unusual neps

    You don't see a lot of N. lavicola. Mine has two growth points each making a lot of pitchers. It's not an "exciting" nep, but I like it:


    I've moved my plants around for the recent BACPS show, so I took some pics of some that have been hiding. Here's N. ovata:


    N. globosa enjoying highland conditions:


    And a couple pics of N. mira. Where are your N. miras, people




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    Great pics!! Love the N. Mira and Globosa.
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    Awesome pics Max. Thx for sharing. I always like seeing more Neps.
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    Great stuff Caps. They all look superbly well grown, as usual. I especially love the N. lavicola. Tha's really not seen very often and I've heard many people have difficulty growing it. The mature pitchers on this species are stunning.

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    i have N. mira. its now starting to get over its ailment thing. 1 inch pitcher anyone?

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    gorgeous! i have never seen globosa grown as a highlander before-impressive!

    all of them are stunning-ovata is amazing!
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    Where are your N. miras, people
    Being about 3mm across grown from a seed

    But seriously, love the lavicola. I've been wanting one for over a year and apparently I've been having trouble finding one.
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