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    Holy...I can't even explain how nice they are O_o. But I'll try...AWESOME.

    N. veitchii 'f' form really has an interesting color.
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    Nice rafflesiana. How tall and old is the plant?
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    very very nice Cindy! Who was watering them? Do u have a pump system to automatically water them?

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    Nice looking plants Cindy. Wish my "messy" plants looked half that good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Its_a_friday View Post
    Nice rafflesiana. How tall and old is the plant?
    The plant came last January as a small size plant, ~ 5cm across. It is now still growing in a 3" pot. The plant itself is 4" tall and with 4" leaves. The pitcher shown is 5.5". A pretty cool clone to grow in hot and humid lowland conditions.

    Who was watering them? Do u have a pump system to automatically water them?
    Varun, the pump is I-Me-Myself. All the time I have with them is at night when I do the watering. The exhibition is from 10am to 10pm and by the time I reach home after dinner (which is actually supper), I am dead beat. In the process, I missed out my N. danseri and it went bone dry. Fortunately, it is coming back from the base of the stem.
    Cindy

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    Impressive!!! They don't look neglected to me at all. Beautiful!

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    I want that last amp!

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    If that is neglecting, then I need to do that with my plants.
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