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    I echo Phil. Jeff you indeed deserve congratulations for your excellence and dedication. I can think of very few people who put as much time and effort into their plants as you. BIG CONGRATS
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    So true Travis, so true. Not only has this man done his homework..but he is capable of perfection at the opposite end of the spectrum. Remember that big beautiful female N. northiana he flowered? Talk about mad skills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by philcula View Post
    Remember that big beautiful female N. northiana he flowered? Talk about mad skills!
    Yes I do remember it. I have that CPN article archived with the other "must keep" issues. Was just browsing through them the other day after a conversation brought it up actually. Great stuff.
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    Holy cow! That's something I've never seen before. That's just incredible. And think of the hybrids! *Gasp* Congratulations!
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    Thanks, all of you, for your kind words! I have seen many of you produce superb specimens of species very difficult to cultivate, so I really appreciate your sentiments and enthusiasm!

    I wouldn't be surprised if your plant turned out to be a female.
    You may very well be right. A similar remark was made on another forum, and upon further consideration, I suspect that this is the case! Certainly, we're going to know one way or the other. I'll post further pictures and updates as they become available.

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    Wow congratulations. It is always nice to see hard work and dedication pay off! Job well done. Keep us updated!

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    Absolutely amazing. You definitely have a spot in Nepenthes history. There is one very deserving female plant out there waiting for this pollen. Choose very carefully, as the resulting hybrid will most certainly be extremely unique. I cannot wait for an update on your plant and on the resulting offspring of this plant.

    I'm really just amazed. Congratulations.
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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