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    N. reinwardtiana

    Just thought id share a couple pics of my newest, N. reinwardtiana pitcher, the plant was grown in full sun and the leaf is a dark redish color. i moved it to partial sun/shade now and its newest leaf is green lol, so it only has that one red leaf.





    Id also like to say the n. alata 'elongata' and my n. effulugent koto are comming back from there little stubs, they were 2 out of the 3 plants that were seriously injured, all down to about a stub with no leaves, but new growth is forming, the other plant is n. spectabilis i dont see any new growth on that one though, so im glad i kept them, its been about 3-4 weeks since ive had a wildlife attack and there finally starting to push out new growth

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    Woah, very nice shape on that pitcher!! How long have you been growing the plant?
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    Thanks i love its pitchers too, I think since last summer, its i believe vining now , or close, cant wait for uppers

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    Nice, I hear Reinwardtiana is very vigorous! Nice plant!
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    so far it is, it didnt pitcher month in the winter months but once it was given longer light hours, all the pitchers inflated at once

    sorry the plant isn't picture perfect lol, i decided not to clean the leaves and pitcher, its growing outside currently alongside all the other neps on my growlist

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    Hey Dustin, is this a highland variety, or standard lowland?
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    Highland variety clue

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    Nice. N. Reinwardtiana is one of the few green Nepenthes I like (and yes, I know there's a red form).
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