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    N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana

    Who else is growing one?
    Got mine not too long ago and it took off without a hitch.

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    Here is the current opened pitcher on it


    Another one inflating

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    Man, that looks like its going to turn out great. Well worth all the money you spent on it.

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    What a promising hybrid! I don't know of many others growng this...

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    Another couple of promising hybrids i have are splendiana x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii], Rokko clone A x hamata, maxima x trusmadiensis, and maxima-dark x talangensis, predator, and ventricosa x angasanensis

    we all know what predator looks like, and even what burbidgeae x edwardsiana looks like...
    a few people have seen Max's ventricosa x angasanensis, and srduggins maxima x xTM, but since all of these EP hybrids are seedgrown who knows....
    my predator and ventricosa x angasanensis came from max,
    also cant wait to see how my briggsiana cutting comes along

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    Rokko clone A x hamata
    the previous grower had it in lowland conditions, hince the rather poor look of the plant. But its good enough, should really like it here i hope.

    copelandii cutting isnt what im showing, the one behind it, is a ventricosa x angasanensis EP cutting from Max, absolutely gorgeous pitchers on this plant. Can't wait for it to pitcher

    truncata x xTrusmadiensis seedgrown from EP, ive seen some adult plants of this cross, absolutely amazing...EP has a photo of an absolutely amazing one on the site homepage

    maxima-dark x talangensis seedgrown from EP, one of the two i have

    maxima x xTrusmadiensiss seedgrown from EP, one of the two i have

    And one of the pots of N. xSplendiana x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii] seedlings i have from Barracuda 45 who got them from Tropics.

    and an xBriggsiana cutting from Max, that i won in the NASC auction.

    Another set of promising hybrids i hope to be starting from seed shortly, once i receive the seed are the following, one is created from the pollen i sent
    viking x spectabilis 'north sumatra' (pollen donor was my plant)
    viking x (viking x rafflesiana)
    and viking x ampullaria

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    Very nice. You know, this makes me think...how much have you spent on neps alone? LOL. Wish you luck with those plants.

    The last picture is the same as the splendiana seedlings.
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    wow with all of the plants what does your grow space look like it must be a jungle. All of you plants look nice hope the do well for you.

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