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Thread: N. hamata - how long did yours take to establish itself?

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    I got my plants in December and they are not growing at all. The old leaves are not dying either. I just hope that they are just putting their energy to growing new roots.

    Both are from BE and I am not sure if they are different clones or not.
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    man! Those hamatas are just spectacular. WOW!!!! Damn! I would love to get one myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D_muscipula View Post
    thats 18" fixture its like a 15 watt and hamata is growing under it it defies believe thought it was weak and was barely enough for my adelae.

    It doesn't defy belief. N. hamata grows slowly enough that it hasn't had time to show that it's not getting enough light yet. Unless you've got it next to a window or something, that's not enough light. Get three more of them.

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    vraev, Nep,

    I do not know if I actually bothered to keep track of which clone was which but I'll check.
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    Mine also comes from BE and took about 6 months to start producing pitchers. It remained witout any new growth for probably half that time and then it's now trowing some basals that I have rooted.

    The first pitcher it made came out with missing tooth, the second and following ones came out fine.

    Here are some pictures
    Sitting in the greenhouse close to a NorthEast facing window


    Mother plant and basal


    Missing tooth pitcher


    Regular pitcher

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    I WANT ONE OF THESE SO BAD!!!!!!!!!!!!! I just love the look of this plant. Very nice!
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    i can't wait untill mine makes basals...then i'll have something to trade with

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    wow Alex! That looks wicked. congrats on the basal. WOW!! its such an amazing plant. The strangest thing is the size of that latest leaf. If it was me...I would say that you need to get the lighting up. But if u r the same Alex from pitcher plants board....then obviously you are more experienced than me and know what you are doing.

    that would be great Pyro. I remember that one of the clones is really vigorous and easy whereas another is a very annoying one.

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