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    izumiae x xTrusmadiensis

    my izumiae x xTrusmadiensis seedlings have put out there first pitchures since I got them.
    they are growing very fast in intermediate/highland conditions. the larger one has more of a red color then the smaller one.
    pics of smaller plant


    pics of pitchure that was inflating when I got it. this pitchure shows the izumiae influence in the veins on it. In my conditions this doesn't show.








    new pitchure on small plant






    pics of larger plant








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    nice preistome, is it like hamata, like once it gets bigger.?

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    Very nice. How many seedlings do you have? Those will be quite the collection when they get bigger. A very nice cross.

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    Yay more N.izumiae x xTrusmadiensis pictures they look very nice and I agree this hybrid does seem to grow fast in intermediate/highland conditions and my pitchers that it has when it came has the veins once a new pitcher forms in my enviroment I'll report if it has any I wonder if it's a enviroment thing or something I dunno.

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    nice preistome, is it like hamata, like once it gets bigger.?
    N.izumiae x xTrusmadiensis has a toothy peristome, but not like N.hamata, but more like xTrusmadiensis which is a hybrid of N.Lowii and N. macrophylla.
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    Looks great! Goota love the shadow of the peristome x3. So, do you grow it outside or did you bring it outside for better lighting?
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    Wow, that peristome is going to be impressive when the little guy grows up.

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    xvart, I only have the 2 seedlings. Prices just shot up so I'm glad I got them
    Bluebird, yes it's an environmental thing. The izumiae shows more in cold temps.
    I live in a apartment building and control the heat to the front half of the building, so I have to make a compromise on temps.
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    Good-looking plants, zero. They do seem to be fast growers.
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