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Thread: Peltate neps?

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    It's a rounded leaf, and it's when the tendril does not go all the way to the tip, but exits the lamina closer to the petiole.


    http://www.hartmeyer.de/Bilder2007/N_clipeata_0701.JPG

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...ah_peltate.jpg

    http://www-cp.stech.co.jp/cp/img/Hyo...clipeata03.jpg

    This is one of mine:

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    Forgot to mention...
    I wouldn't include clip x eymae. I've never seen one that has peltate tendril insertion. That's not to say there isn't one, but I've seen hundreds of photos of that cross, and none of them have had it.
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    *looks for a peltate among the few*

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    Thank you everyone for the suggestions! I'm taking vraev's advice on the rajah and hoping it works. I also want to try peltata but I can't find much info on it other than that it's a highlander. Is it in cultivation yet?

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    remember though...if u get it unpotted...it can take a while to reacclaimatise and form pitchers. Its a slow plant...but surely among the most beautiful in its leaves and its regal pitchers. Be patient and the king will reward you well.

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