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    Bravo!

    I've eyed the muluensis x lowii before and am curious about your conditions that caused it to have difficulty adjusting.

    I may bring my little Lady Pauline in to show her what she can be if she only applies herself.

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    Wow, what a great collection. All super high quality plants!

    Jason

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    Glad you liked them! These are all grown on racks under four T8's. Humidity is about 60% in the day, 80% at night. Temps usually 58-80F, but with warming weather lately it's been about 3 degrees warmer on each end.

    Not sure why it took so long for some to adjust in those conditions. I look forward to the time my plants are as mature ss some of your guys' plants. I have a 1" seedling of lowii that should have uppers in about 8 years or so...I'll be sure to make a pic thread for that one lol.

    Honestly, the single toughest plant for me to grow successfully is the sphagnum. Under the conditions listed above, I must be sure to spray it down each and every day - the exception being the thicker moss in the spec x aristo pot. So hopefully the rest will continue to fluff up 'cause it's a pain to spray so much.

    Hey seedjar, good to hear that the inermis x vent (or the other way around) will get better. I actually received this plant as a mistake, otherwise I wouldn't have picked it up. But I'm glad I have it as I'm loving the color. Interesting that its more colorful than my ventricosa 'red'.

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    Gorgeous pictures, expertly taken. That is a wonderful collection! Thanks for taking the time to share.

    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Great looking sphagnum!
    LOL.

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    Two thumbs up!
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    'Lady Pauline' was the perfect name for a male cultivar!

    I've said that before. I'm serious, though. It is a male.
    "I, for one, can't wait to grow Nepenthes extincta!"
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    Holy smokes!! THose are some fantastic pictures of just impeccable specimens. WOW!!!! I love your red sanguinea. I hated that species....but your individual plant is just amazing. Its just perfect. WOW!!! great job with growing them. How do you grow all these neps? greenhouse? terrarium?

    Howwver,,, on second thought....that one doesn't look like a sanguinea for me. Are you sure its a sanguinea?? It looks more like a red ramispina to me. THe pitcher shape doesn't at all match a sanguinea.

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    Oh~ excellent pitcher and nice shot!
    really love that Lady Pauline!
    Thanks for your sharing. Thanks~

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