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    Baby pitcher pictures

    I haven't quite gotten to the stage where I would dare raise these guys from seed, but I do have a bunch of small plants that make cute little pitchers... and as I don't see too many baby pitcher photos around, I want to put mine up.

    Lady Pauline basal


    Platychila lower forming


    Sibuyanensis X Hamata lower forming - the tendrils twist all sorts of directions!


    Red Leopard lower


    Jamban lower


    Sanguinea lower


    Glabrata lower


    Truncata lower (nothing special - just a plain old highland I think)

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    I'd love to see when they all open You have a very nice collection!
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    keep me updated on that sib x hamata pitchering.... I'm liking the jamban too. Nice growing. Your able to keep good temp drops growing them on windowsills?

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    Great stuff, Thez_yo!
    "I, for one, can't wait to grow Nepenthes extincta!"
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    I'll try to take a picture of everything in a week - hopefully some of them will have opened for me. Mind you, they're all going to be tiny pitchers when they open because I have small plants still, but I like it when they're wee and fuzzy.

    I actually get a cool ocean breeze when the sun goes down, so the temperature drops at least a couple degrees every night.

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    Wow, some oddities you don't see everyday right there! Can't wait for those to open
    <Heli> How are you guys losing your hamatas?
    <Brokken> Heli: The hamburglar.

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    well, nothing's opened yet, so here's pic of stuff anyway because I feel like following their growth until they open -

    Lady Pauline basal update - it's got some color on it now:


    jamban...not much happened but I like anticipating:


    sanguinea (with a burbidgeae in the background):


    truncata:


    chaniana x veitchii - with a monster sized new leaf!

    ...and an inflating pitcher...


    veitchii x platychila still inflating that one pitcher, a month later:


    Red Leopard hasn't really done anything:


    platychila:


    The sibXhamata hasn't done anything - just repotted so it's probably concentrating on roots.

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