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Thread: N. veitchii 'Bareo Highland' - Picture Progression

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    It's not doing bad! It should recover, hopefully soon.



    I repotted it into a fir bark/LFS mix, and gave it a little more root/stem support. It didn't take well to the lower humidity, and wilted slightly even with a plastic bag on, but now it's got its turgor back.
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    Wow, the humidity did that? Hope it pulls through quickly for you. Thanks for the seedlings, they are doing great.

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    I want one of those Veitchiis soo bad! Great looking plant!
    I don't want EVERY Sarracenia, just everyone that I see!!
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    nice jimmy, my densiflora is growing really well it seems. and i have a tiny veitchii.....but its the batu lawi variety

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    I missed out on a large N. veitchii 'Batu Lawi' in the NASC auction - I knew I couldn't pay more than $100 on one plant (now I know better - or worse! ). Quick, SK, grow it big and give us some eye-candy!
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    how did the batu lawi look!? ive never seen an adult of this form in cultivation. only photos from the wild

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    Wow, it's really hairy. :O
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    SK, from what I remember: It had about a 16" leafspan, and the only pitchers it had were dried up. The largest was 4" tall, if I remember correctly - but my memory is foggy, lol. I don't remember seeing any intact peristomes, but the pitcher bottoms were yellow. Probably not as hairy as this variant, though. Looked kinda like it has a somewhat lowlander veitchii morphology compared to this one, too.
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