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    n.'rokko'

    Hi everyone
    Here is my n.’rokko’ , I got this plant from the Berkeley botanical gardens and has been growing great for me in a west facing window for a little over a year and a half..

    Whole plant.

    lower


    lower lid
    more lowers





    a peek under a lid.


    mid



    uppers


    hope you like them.
    Thanks
    darren
    Does anyone else think that Miranda and Lady Pauline are terrible names for a male plant?

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    Aaah, oversized pictures. D:

    But very nice plant, though. Has it ever flowered for you?
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    Nice growing. Look at all that nectar! Great looking plant. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capensis View Post
    Aaah, oversized pictures. D:

    But very nice plant, though. Has it ever flowered for you?
    weird the pics don't usually do that.
    oops the pic of the whole plant is out of focus, sorry!

    it hasnt flowered for me yet but it came marked as male. i plan on letting the longest vine continue to grow until it does.

    Does anyone have a n.'rokko' who can tell me what time of year they flower?
    thanks
    d
    Does anyone else think that Miranda and Lady Pauline are terrible names for a male plant?

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    Great looking Rokko Darren! That thing looks sticky! Thanks for sharing .
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    Great looking plant, I find rokkos indestructable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry View Post
    Great looking plant, I find rokkos indestructable.
    I have to get one of these then.

    Nepenthes are tropical, so to my understanding, they flower at anytime of the year.
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    Nice pictures of a great plant; thanks for sharing!

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