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    Doing it wrong until I do it right. xvart's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nepenthes View Post
    Xvart: Thanks =D. I really started to love this plant recently as the peristome has gotten thicker compared to the rest of the pitcher, however when I first received it, it was a tiny lip of a peristome. I think I may have to order 1 or 2 more for outside because it is a such a great looking, and more importantly, super easy plant to grow. Do you have any pics of your uppers? I would be interested in seeing them if you do, or when you do (when they open).
    Of course. Give me a couple days to a week. The first pitcher looks like it is about to open. I'll post it somewhere and pm you so you'll be sure to see it. One other thing I really like about the ones I've seen is the peach-cream color on the pitchers. It's very soothing.

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    Beautiful Neps!
    How big is your inermis x bongso?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nepenthes View Post
    Do you have any pics of your uppers? I would be interested in seeing them if you do, or when you do (when they open).
    As requested, here are some pictures of my first N. spectabilis x ventricosa pitcher. I'm thinking about following Rich's instructions to induce basal growth because I really want some lowers for this plant.







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    they are so good looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckles View Post
    Beautiful Neps!
    How big is your inermis x bongso?
    Thank you . It is actually small still, probably no more than a 6" diameter. (just found a pic, posted below)

    Quote Originally Posted by xvart View Post
    As requested, here are some pictures of my first N. spectabilis x ventricosa pitcher. I'm thinking about following Rich's instructions to induce basal growth because I really want some lowers for this plant.
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    The uppers on this plant still look absolutely wonderful . I was expecting a much less showy pitcher. Thank you for sharing Xvart.

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    they are so good looking
    Thank you Polywer . I am glad you enjoyed them.



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    Doing it wrong until I do it right. xvart's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nepenthes View Post
    The uppers on this plant still look absolutely wonderful . I was expecting a much less showy pitcher. Thank you for sharing Xvart.
    lol, how true. They are still very nice pitchers. Once I saw the pitcher formation I was expecting something much more pale and less showy. Maybe they are more intermediates at this point, but I'm not complaining (too much, lol) at this point!

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