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    An update on my Cp's

    here is a recent update on some of my New an old Neps



    N. Gothica


    N."Red Beauty"


    N. Red Leopard


    N. Ventricosa x (Truncata x Veitchii)




    N. St. Galla (this thing has been uzzing nectar for a month now)


    N. Medusa




    N.Ventricosa (recoverd from an unknown problem)



    N. Ampulaira Speckeled




    N. Slendidiana x Mixta



    N. Mirabilis


    N. Sibuyanensis (first pitchers in 9 months)




    Slendidiana x ?


    N. Splendiana x (Tiveyi x Veitchii) A.K.A
    N. (kampotiana x maxima) x ((veitchii x maxima) x veitchii)


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    N. Rafflesiana


    N. Spectabilis x Ventricosa



    N. Thorelii x Truncata (leaning against N Ventricosa x Truncata x Veitchii)


    Cephalotus (an accidentall win from ebay)





    Thanks for looking
    Daren

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    I LOVE that N. truncata x ventricosa.
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    Fantastic collection! Not a scratch on them.

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    Hi Daren,

    You've got some really great looking plants. Your N. x medusa is especially nice. Have you had any trouble growing this hybrid? Many have trouble getting it to pitcher, but yours seems to be fully loaded.

    I also really like your N. spectabilis x ventricosa. Yours looks a lot like Max's with the beautiful coloration and striped peristome. That is one clone (or very similar) I would love to get my hands on someday. The N. spectabilis x ventricosa I had looked nothing like that and was really pale (of course it was producing uppers so I don't know about the lowers.

    It's nice to see someone in our area that has overcome the temperature/humidity variations and extreme fluctuations. Do you control your humidity and temperature?

    edit: Oh, and I moved this to the Nepenthes forum, but if you want it in the General Discussions forum let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xvart View Post
    Hi Daren,

    You've got some really great looking plants. Your N. x medusa is especially nice. Have you had any trouble growing this hybrid? Many have trouble getting it to pitcher, but yours seems to be fully loaded.

    I also really like your N. spectabilis x ventricosa. Yours looks a lot like Max's with the beautiful coloration and striped peristome. That is one clone (or very similar) I would love to get my hands on someday. The N. spectabilis x ventricosa I had looked nothing like that and was really pale (of course it was producing uppers so I don't know about the lowers.

    It's nice to see someone in our area that has overcome the temperature/humidity variations and extreme fluctuations. Do you control your humidity and temperature?

    edit: Oh, and I moved this to the Nepenthes forum, but if you want it in the General Discussions forum let me know.

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    Hi Xvart,
    The Medusa i won off Ebay an have had a bit of ship shock with it but it seems to be adjusting great more tendril s starting to inflate.
    An same goes for the SPec x Vent same place but there was two in same pot .i just got it on wensday so after the ship shock is gone an it starts pitchering again . i would be more than happy to make a trade with ya Xvart.
    As for temp an humidity yes i regulate it all as much as possiable very very difficult being that i live in a camping trailer very thin walls . i keep humidity at an around 50 % an higher ( unless to cold or i freeze my self inside the door freezes)
    day @ 75 Degrees to 85 degrees
    nights 70 to 65 degrees

    Daren

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    You have some nice stuff, Daren! I like the ceph a lot. Very good color.

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    Thank you Jeff thank you all .
    i tell you it has been a very hard learning experiance this first year of growing CP's yes this week marks my first year a growing Carnivorous plants an it has been a very tough road but i would like to think i have over come alot of obstacles to grow healthy Cp's an it has been very tough

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