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    Nice to see that you are filling that tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Truncata View Post
    Nice to see that you are filling that tank.
    Yes! Slowly but surely. I have two more orders coming in, too...one of Nepenthes, and one of some more orchids. There will be some nice additions still to come!

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    Hmm that ? plant could also be a young N. rafflesiana as well although with what appears to be fairly thin papery leaves and fimbriate leaf margins I will still lean towards N. mirabilis. Time will tell! Deffinately not N. talangensis though which even as small plants have very thick, narrow leaves and the tubby N. talangensis looking pitchers.
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    Ok...got some updated pictures. Something of a 1-month anniversary on these guys. I really wanted to get some pics of my not-so-talang, to see if I can find out what it really is, but the pictures came out terrible because of glitches in lighting. Oh well, I'll include those last. Hopefully everything else is what it's supposed to be, too! I'm very happy with their growth.

    Here's the N. rajah...the pitcher from last time has colored up nicely, and it's putting out a monster pitcher now.



    N. lowii...the pitcher it was forming last time colored up, and it's busy putting out two new traps.





    N. ephippiata...put out two new traps, and is looking very nice



    And the not-talangensis...it's put out 3 new pitchers, and grows like mad




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    I would remove that grass/hedge from your rajah pot. Their roots can spread rapidly and invasively throughout the pot if you let them get too big.
    "There is no pain as great as being alive,
    no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
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    I actually just pulled it out after that picture. For whatever reason, I hadn't even noticed it before I went to take the pictures. I think I've gotten so used to ferns and such popping up with the orchids in that tank, that I've stopped paying attention to other plants that start growing in there.

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