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    Miracle Baby - N. northiana

    16 Dec 2007. This small plant was found to be broken into two.






    10 February 2008. The same "cutting" has produced roots and a pitcher!


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    Wonderful! I love seeing recovery of that nature. It shows the true resilience of Nepenthes.

    I grew N. northiana for a very long time and it never really did much for me. I don't think my conditions were lowland enough for it.

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    wow...that's amazing! Great job Cindy!

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    It always feels good when you can turn a bad situation around, doesn’t it?
    that makes no logic

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    Wow, less than 2 months later and its thriving? Excellent growing

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    Wow, that plant is certainly a trooper.
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    I take my hat off to you. This plant is supposed to like it dry. That makes it even more difficult to try and root it. And you seem to have done it in an extremely moist method using live sphagnum!

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    holy! thats wicked! So Cindy..... did u try putting the bottom part of that leafy muffin in some LFS to see if it takes as well?

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