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    N. ampullaria x ventricosa

    I received this N. ampullaria x ventricosa a little while ago. I thought since it is still rather juvenile that it might be interesting to chronicle the growth of this plant since the pitchers will probably dramatically change as it matures.







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    nice xvart
    im going to start a thread here once i get my seedgrown Hamata and by Tentaculata with a chronicle of photos for their growth over the next year or so...provided they make it, the hamata damn well better make it, at the price im paying.

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    Thatīs going to look nice when it matures. I really like the peristome.
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    Nice, but who had a ventricosa and a amp flowering at the same time?

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    I don't know what Ampullaira leaves look like, but that lil' guy definitely shows his Ventricosa parentage in the leaves.
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    mine has the stem and leaves of ventricosa but the pitchers look almost exactly like a regular speckled amp, just the peristome is darker red.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ant View Post
    Nice, but who had a ventricosa and a amp flowering at the same time?
    Not I, lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by CPsInAtl View Post
    mine has the stem and leaves of ventricosa but the pitchers look almost exactly like a regular speckled amp, just the peristome is darker red.
    I'm hoping the pitchers "bulb-out" a little more as mine matures. How big is yours?

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    not too big. I got it as a cutting from a vendor that happens to grow in South Florida who's name sounds like he should be a kung-fu movie.

    The pitchers aren't too big, but I think they aren't juvenile.



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