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    new plants

    I just got and potted up the best plants ever! First three are in teeny 2" pots, the last one is in something that looks more like 4".

    N.jacquelineae






    N. truncata queen of hearts X king of spades


    N. macrophylla




    N. glandulifera open pollinated hybrid (glandu. X spec.?)



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    Ooh... those are some nice Nepenthes!

    I'm getting an N. macrophylla next year... I'm wondering how yours will do in about the same climate as me.
    "I, for one, can't wait to grow Nepenthes extincta!"
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    Cool, those are really nice.

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    That is one happy jacq. Great plants.

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    Very nice. I wish you the best of luck with those plants.
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    I can't take any credit for them yet - I'll have to post pics after I've been growing them a while.

    @clue - I think your house is a little colder than mine...I'm getting some pickier highlanders now when it's cooling off a lot so they can get established nicely before the heatwaves of the summer hit again if I'm stuck without AC again . The N.glabrata I have has really taken off since it cooled down. I hope I get a nice bush!

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    Even so, those plants you received, look to show some promise.
    You are right, you really are getting into the addiction seriously.
    Have fun growing those gems!
    "How doth my dear morsel, thy mistress?"
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