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    Some quick pics

    Here are some pics from last night.

    First, N. macrophylla:



    Here's N. trucata x (stenophylla x lowii), which is slow but steady for me:


    My N. lowii is tucked in the back of one of my shelves so I have to pull it out to get a decent picture:


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    Very Nice! Do you know if your N. macrophylla is a Wistuba clone?

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    Your truncata x stenophylla x lowii is slow? Maybe its the truncata in it that makes it slow. I grow eymae x stenophylla x lowii and its pretty quick for a highlander. It also has shown absolutely no detrimental effects from me giving it 6 months of 80-90 degrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave S. View Post
    Very Nice! Do you know if your N. macrophylla is a Wistuba clone?
    looks like it. the BE clone has a more rigid persomtone. i like the BE form better

    though it dosent mean yours isnt amazing! all your plants always look so good!

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    Here are some pics from last night.
    When I saw that I thought I might have some trouble on my hands.......then I saw your photos. hehe

    NICE plants. Love that first photo. That's a beaut.
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    Beautiful plants! I love how colorful they all are. What are your growing conditions? Are you using grow lights?

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    wonderful macro there. wicked plant.

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    I have a Macrophylla wistuba clone that's 2 years old. How old is yours?

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