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    Looking great. You are still giving me hope for neps in household humidity...someday.

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    Nightsky, someday might just have to be sooner than you think, because my plants are growing like gangbusters!

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    The biggest pitcher is the most recent; it opened a while ago. Take a look at the leaf sizes for the respective pitchers...While the smaller one is about half the length of its respective leaf, the larger pitcher is about twice the size as its leaf!
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    Oh, and as a side note:

    This N. glabrata grows right alongside N. tentaculata and N. hamata...also thriving, not just surviving. And the funny thing is, the temperature drop at night never really goes below 65 degrees Fahrenheit, because the days are slowly warming up, and I still keep the windows closed...

    N. tentaculata


    N. hamata
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    Looks like it's doing great! It has a very nice red leaf. Edit: The tenta and hamata are looking great, too.
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    Looking very nice Jimmy. Healthy Sphagnum too which is an excellent sign! Looks like rush is popping up here and there in the pots. Pull that weed asap! That stuff is nasty and will turn your pot into a solid block of roots in short order.
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    I happened to take a photo today of my glabrata, and though not the best pic, figured I'd use it to bump this thread. It's been growing in more ultrahighland conditions than highland conditions over the winter though.

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    Looking great, Andrew.
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    Hey, very nice plants, i was wondering if i could possibly join with my new n. glabrata once it gets acclimated? im not sure if we got them from the same nursery but im not sure how many nurseries offer the plant...the only difference is i got the next size up and mine has quite a few differences compared to yours

    ill try to get a pic posted, but it has one stem with 2 you could say starting to vine sideshoots, its about double the size of your plant, no pitchers...i was going to try and get acclimate it to window sill growing...and this summer possibly greenhouse growing conditions...but i dont have a lot of info on my growing because this is the 2nd day ive had mine.

    also i got a tentaculata too which is just as new as the glabrata though its 3-5 inches in diameter and its pitchers are 2-3 inches, that i can share results

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