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    N. (thorelii x maxima) x trusmadiensis

    Just wanted to share this ep beauty.

    Hope you enjoy.
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    Any pics of lowers :P?
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    No, not yet. EP shipped it as a long rooted cutting.

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    Beautiful though. Post some pics when you get a basal. How big are those pitchers? I've noticed thorelii for whatever reason makes diminutive pitchers in it's primary hybrids, but I'm wondering now if that effect is diluted once more species become involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    Beautiful though. Post some pics when you get a basal. How big are those pitchers? I've noticed thorelii for whatever reason makes diminutive pitchers in it's primary hybrids, but I'm wondering now if that effect is diluted once more species become involved.
    I'm not sure about that...I've seen some huge thorelii hybrids. Stay tuned, I have a large pitcher forming and should be ready in a few days, and I'll include a tape measure for size...

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    I've seen some huge thorelii hybrids
    Of course there are some (thorelii x truncata comes to mind). But on the other hand you have thorelii x aristo, the pitchers of thorelii x merrilliana are much smaller than merrilliana, thorelii x amp, etc. Now that I think about it, maybe its not so much a property of thorelii as it is a combined effect of the nature of the two parents. Obviously truncata takes over in that cross, maxima takes over in rokko, etc.
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