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    Lol i know there is a few people out there with it, and its vent x angasanensis xD and thanks
    i actually need to go repot that now that im thinking about it...roots are starting to come out of the bottom lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    Lol i know there is a few people out there with it, and its vent x angasanensis xD and thanks
    Rats, I have to change the label around on my plant then.
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    Cool, didnt know you got one its not on your growlist lol.
    its a very fast and easy plant to grow and root from cuttings, good luck!

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    Wow your plants are doing outstandingly well! They are absolutely stunning! I love that macro, and spec x aristo (mine got attacked by mites so its really behind). And that vent x angasanensis

    I've noticed in other Pictures that flava has really long tendrils, I'm sure this will appear in mine when its big enough!

    Can't compliment those plants enough!
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    Lol i just repotted my vent x angasanensis.....it was rootbound to all hell Lmao, reminds me of the pics i see of bical when removed from its pot...so its in a 6" pot now and looks much better...infact something i would present to some other nep growers at a CP meeting or something....its starting to vine now as well.


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    It's a crazy grower isn't it? I just chopped my vine again. Clue was one of the people who got a piece (at the BACPS meeting), and I kept a couple cuttings to root here. Great plants by the way. Your N. glabrata is inspiring!
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    Thanks Max always a pleasure to hear from you. Your a great person man! has this thing bloomed for you yet? id be interested in knowing its gender..

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    Sorry just a couple more pics of ventricosa x angasanensis, i absolutely love this plant....



    and a couple of spectabilis, newest on the left, previous on right

    newest spect pitcher again

    flava in a 6" pot

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