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    "Pitcher" happy..

    My little N. splendiana x (rokko x stenophylla) is going pitcher crazy! I counted 12 pitchers on this little girl.





    a couple little babies



    the most mature looking one



    I call this one Spike, because of his little red mohawk!


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    Them neps are looking really good there.

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    pretty sure thats actually multiple plants potted in the same pot since plants of that size dont generally basal or offshoot unless caused by TC material ;P youve actually probably got a few smaller ones hidden under the larger one by the looks of it cute plants. i have some seedlings made from the same mother plant if im not mistaken at the same time as mine, the cross i have is splendiana x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii]

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    pretty sure thats actually multiple plants potted in the same pot. youve actually probably got a few smaller ones hidden under the larger one by the looks of it
    Your too smart for your own good SirK. There are indeed 2 plants there. I'm waiting for some more supplies to come before I repot them.

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    lol MM, i see some smaller pitchers that shouldnt belong to either of those plants so im thinking there is probably another smaller seedlings or two hidden under the moss and leaves ;P

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    lol MM, i see some smaller pitchers that shouldnt belong to either of those plants so im thinking there is probably another smaller seedlings or two hidden under the moss and leaves ;P
    OOoooo... SUPRISES!! FUN FUN

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