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    The red pitcher green peristome is incredible.


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    Quote Originally Posted by elgecko View Post
    The red pitcher green peristome is incredible.
    I second that!
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    sahdkgfjhafjakf.....lol amazing plants

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    Nong, your plants are always so great to look at. Thank you for posting them as many of us can only see such plants in photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capslock View Post
    Nong, your plants are always so great to look at. Thank you for posting them as many of us can only see such plants in photos.

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    I didn't mean to offend you . I wonder why " many of us can only see such plants in photos" . Too expensive,fragile or cool? This might be a silly question. But I must confess that I can only see San Francisco in photos. It's hard to imagine why most of my Japanese and French customers can grow them better than I can. The photos below compared pitcher color of N. xKuchingensis grown in Paris(right) and Bangkok(left).

    I'm blind and inexperience when talking about growing lowland in temperate zone.Something beyond temp. and humid, very challenging.
    By the way , if these photos could bring pleasure/satisfaction or inspiration to anyone, I would post more intermittently.
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    I cant see the pictures

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    Nong,
    Indeed it's possible to grow such lowlanders here. I have a nice growing N. ampullaria 'giant red' right now, and a flowering N. Viking in my highland grow room. But mine is the only N. ampullaria 'giant red' I've ever seen over here. The problem is availability - we tend to see the same clone, over and over. The number of unique clones of N. ampullaria in this post alone are more than I've ever seen here in the states. Plus, you grow them well!

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    Nong, you have one amp labelled Tri-color. Isn't that the one that recently changed over to "Harlequin"?

    I just aquired one of those (my brother in law knows how to shop for B-day presents, I must say) in March or so - all the way over the pacific, and it's allready settled in and started growing....produced it's first pitcher.

    Is it your experience that this form of ampularia is very forgiving (well, amps are forgiving to begin with, I suppose)?

    I can't wait until mine looks like yours!
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