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    My favourites at the moment

    N. sumatrana (MT)




    N. veitchii 'f' (EP) - rather pale




    N. veitchii 'f' (EP) - immature pitcher from the same plant has got more pink on the wings so hopefully the next mature pitcher is pink!
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    Lovely !! The only plants I have are from tc and have no nice pitchers yet (they got smashed by my brother)

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    Very Beautiful!!!

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    Very nice! They look hungry!

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    Two more favs.

    N. sibuyanensis x ventricosa (EP)




    N. globusa (NF) - one of fattest pitcher from my never-klom viking
    Cindy

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    Look at all those Cephs. How do you manage with them Cindy? They don't grow well in my lowland conditions.

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    Manny, those Cephs are about 2 years from TC. They are at my balcony taking the full blast of heat into the 90s during the July-Sept period. Even the nights are in the high 80s. I posted here before that the plant keeps sending offshoots which bear small pitchers. My largest clump has over a hundred pitchers.

    Pic of the clump taken in January this year.
    Cindy

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    Wow...beautiful plants Cindy! Look at all those lil' baby cephs. Cephalinas!

    I have always loved the fat tubby pitchers over the more enlongated ones although...a pretty nep is a pretty nep regardless.
    "Fox terriers are born with about four times as much original sin in them as other dogs." - Jerome K. Jerome

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