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    i just received this clone, along with 2 and 4 from a friend of mine, ill have to post some photos of it here when it pitchers for me, its about 6" in diameter at the moment. nice plant youve got there

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    Thanks! Yes, I would be very happy to see pics of yours. Wow 6 inches. I can't wait until mine gets a little girth. I just fed it for the first time the other day. I hope it helps.

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    hey dash I have a sibuyanensis x hamata as well. Any pitchers form on that one yet I'm waiting patiently for mine to start...

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    Yes, this one is pretty vigorous as well. This one I treat just like hamata and it pitchers profusly. I need to repot it soon.

    Latest pitcher


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    I feed it with freeze dried flies or a dilute solution of fish fertilizer. Whatever is on the menu.

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    nice. as of right now I'm growing mine under lowland-intermediate conditions. I know these are less than ideal conditions but this is all have for now....hoping for the best...what about yourself? Are you growing it under strict highland conditions?

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    Not when I first received it. When I first received it I grew it in intermediate conditions and it still pitchered.

    I am treating it as more of a highland now and it seems to be responding a little better. I would imagine it can grow well in both though but I haven't had it long enough to discuss authoritatively (6 months).

    You might ask one of the expert nepenthes growers lurking around. Perhaps start a new thread asking for advice. Honestly, there are many people I would value the opinion of above my own.

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    **Update **

    I was starting to get worried. I lost the first two pitchers due to feeding which I was OK with. But the next three leaves after my last post got smaller and smaller. The pitchers stayed about the same size though. I think it is starting to acclaimate now however...




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    Hi
    Sorry if i drop in
    here is my clone 1
    i got it 2 years ago with 5cm
    now the plant is 1,20m and build the first uppers
    the pitcher i show you is 25cm


    the hamata is the left plant

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