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    new PICS of my Hamata

    my hamata is cranking out pitchers,typically the peristome is green when they open up and they color up to a dark maroon red and the tips are almost black. anyways here is my hamata's newest pitcher its the largest one to the right.
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    Looks great. Nice cultivation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xvart View Post
    Looks great. Nice cultivation.

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    Thanks,I can't wait until its larger I am going ot acclimate it new conditions once its like 6-7 inches in diameter.
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    Very nice DMuscipula . It looks happy, steadily increasing in size .

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    Bravo DM!! Well done! A perfect example that even "higher level difficulty neps" can be grown by newcomers as long as they can accept and understand the conditions needed by the plant. Well done! Looks amazing mate. Man! I sooo want one myself. lol! Lol! Please keep me posted when you get a basal. lol!

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    Wow~ Nice Shot! The pitcher is more and more beautiful. Excellent!!
    Duckking really hope to own the environment of highland nepenthes as soon as I can.
    Thanks to your sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraev View Post
    Bravo DM!! Well done! A perfect example that even "higher level difficulty neps" can be grown by newcomers as long as they can accept and understand the conditions needed by the plant. Well done! Looks amazing mate. Man! I sooo want one myself. lol! Lol! Please keep me posted when you get a basal. lol!
    when I get a basal I will probably keep it,I could always use another vine to take cuttings from.not that I won't ever offer it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by duckking View Post
    Wow~ Nice Shot! The pitcher is more and more beautiful. Excellent!!
    Duckking really hope to own the environment of highland nepenthes as soon as I can.
    Thanks to your sharing.
    you have troulbe growing highlanders,is it warm at night?
    I don't have any lowland nepenthes I wish I could grow some lowland nepenthes without having to do a setup.
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