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    Cool Seed grown sibling variation.

    Gotta love it.

    N. mirabilis




    N. gracilis




    Feel free to contribute pics illustrating sibling variation in your seed grown plants!

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    Spotted N. gracilis! Cool!

    When my seeds get here and (hopefully) germinate, I'll post some pictures.
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    Is it me, or does the spotted N. gracilis look like a smiling lizard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capensis View Post
    Is it me, or does the spotted N. gracilis look like a smiling lizard?
    ... lol, what?

    I don't see it.

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    Hehe. Where the lid is still attached to the pitcher, it looks like a smile. And with the shape and color of the pitcher, it looks like a lizard or some amphibious looking creature...but that's just me. LOL.
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    I don't know how I missed it, but here's a plant with fuzzy pitchers from the same batch of N. gracilis:



    Excellent seed variety, wish I could remember who I got them from so I could thank them.

    PS. I went outside this morning and saw the heavily speckled N. gracilis is starting to flower. Its too soon to tell the sex, but I'm hoping its female since I already have 4 different males blooming.

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    sweet!!! seed grown plants are the best. Nice job!
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    here are mine. they are varying in size shape and color for each of the crosses.
    Blue: splendiana x truncata
    Green: splendiana x 'Judith Finn'
    Red: [thorelii x (stenophylla x lowii)] x Mixta
    Brown:[thorelii x (stenophylla x lowii)] x (stenophylla x veitchii) (only one plant left)


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