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    Couple new arrivals

    I'm graduating College in 3 weeks with 2 bachelors so I figured I'd treat myself to a couple Neps and celebrate early


    Nepenthes rafflesiana Brunei Giant-Dark Clone







    Nepenthes chaniana x veitchii











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    N. chaniana x vietchii is an awesome plant - one of my favorites. A very slow grower, though. Four years and mine is still too short for taking cuttings. I recommend not babying it with high humidity - just be generous with the light and space and get ready to wait a while. I was told it preferred lowland conditions but mine is much more productive on my highland shelves.
    Congratulations on your degree. I hope to have my bachelor's of arts and sciences by the end of next year.
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    Livin' like a bug ain't easy / Livin' like a bug ain't easy... o//~

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    nice looking neps

    congrats on graduating.

    I'm set to graduate next summer with my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photographic Media

    what were your majors?

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    Thanks for the congratulations guys!

    seedjar: Good luck with your last yr of college! I'll take the word of advice and keep it at room humidity. It's already pretty large, I cant wait to see what it'll do in the future! I'll have to give it lowland conditions though at the moment.

    cmm: Good luck to you as well on your last year of college. I will be graduating with a double major in Pre-dentistry and biology with a minor in french.

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    They are great looking plants. The chaniana x veitchii is really hairy. O.o
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    Yann,

    Congratulations on your upcoming graduation and your new plants!!!!!

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    Thanks for the compliment cap It's so hairy I could probably use it as a toothbrush haha

    Keith: These are no where near the size or beauty of your plants! You should give us an update on how they're doing now that winter has passed. I'm curious!

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    Very nice! Your chaniana x veitchii is larger than mine! It's a great cross.

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