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    Awesome!! im jealous of your truncata....mine fails to please me.... incredibly slow(hey! its on its 3rd leaf since september....my lowii is growing faster...) and the pitcher size isnt there... nice a risto too. mine is finally growing and pitchering consistently. leaves are getting bigger too

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    Both my truncatas are so criminally slow, it's painful. One is making either its 2nd or 3rd leaf since July.
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    Very Nice!

    I was also surprised when I found out how easy aristo would grow, mine now has a pitcher on every leaf and in time yours will too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phissionkorps View Post
    Both my truncatas are so criminally slow, it's painful. One is making either its 2nd or 3rd leaf since July.
    I'm in agreement here. I've had mine since June or July (I think) and it has made three leaves. Oh well, as long as it's healthy I suppose I'm happy... lol.

    My N. aristolochioides just went to plant heaven about a month ago. It was very small and I don't think it could handle the unstable temperatures in my apartment over the winter. Disappointing, but it was fun while it lasted! Although, I think the novelty of N. aristolochioides has worn off for the time being and I will be satisfied not having it until I can better supply adequate and stable temperature drops.

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    I love ARISTO!!!,your maxima is particularly nice but so are your other neps.
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