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    N. sanguinea orange

    took some pics today when watering.
    this nep has really taken off since cutting the vine it had.
    I have had this for 3-4 yrs.
    It's very drought resistant and pitchures in low humidity.
    If you want a great starter nep buy one of these from andy



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    Great looking N.sanguinea I agree N.sanguinea from Andy is great mine is growing great and it's pitchers are so nice my recent one to open has a very striped peristome like yours.

    I can't wait till mine gets like yours their pitchers are so nice and fuzzy and mine likes to drool red nector alot. =)
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    Hmmm, mines not pitchering and growing slowly.
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    I'm assuming you don't really grow it hanging directly over your kitchen sink. What kind of conditions --> specifically lighting, do you give it?
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    Awesome, looking good. I've had my oldest N. sanguinea for about four years as well, and it's getting huge. I'm excited about growing it outside for the first time this next summer. Your pics make me feel more confident about cutting it back - the biggest of mine are starting to vine and I was hesitating to prune them because I want to see uppers and didn't want to stall any. Did you keep the leader(s) when you cut your vine back? I understand that the growth point tends to grow up faster/stronger than dormant nodes on cuttings.
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    Yes looks nice pitchers get pretty big to :-)
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    huh... doesn't look quite right for N. sanguinea

    Very healthy though
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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    It's very drought resistant and pitchures in low humidity.
    I can certainly attest to the drought resistance. I routinely do not water mine for extended extended periods of time. I'm almost to the point where I only water when I notice the leaves are starting to shrivel. They always pop back quickly.

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