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    Some neps before the move to the greenhouse...

    With the weather warming up, it is only a couple of weeks away from greenhouse time...
    im excited to get them back to their proper home, though they havent seemed to mind being in the garage over the winter, infact most have done incredibly well for being in lower light levels and lower humidity...
    newly opened ventricosa pitcher on a plant i got from andy a while back...

    Newly opened N. sanguinea pitcher, which was my first nep, also from andy

    another freshly opened pitcher, this one belonging to my N. singalana 'belirang'

    And of course an N. spectabilis 'North Sumatra' lower pitcher from my plants large basal


    i will add more pics as my next batch of pitchers begins to open many of which are only a few days off

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    Great plants, Kris -- and, once again, how large is the dog guarding the collection?
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    Beautiful pitchers man. wow!! That spect is fantastic. So is that singlana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBella View Post
    Great plants, Kris -- and, once again, how large is the dog guarding the collection?
    the size of a squirrel....give or take a few inches

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    Wow, I can't wait to see them back in the greenhouse (and I expect you can't either).

    So how's some of your other promising plants (clipeata) doing?
    "I, for one, can't wait to grow Nepenthes extincta!"
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    Kris,
    Beautiful as always; thanks for sharing!!

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    the clipeata went off to another home....everything else is doing marvelously well for me, even my rajah lol. the only plant that isnt very happy right now is my sibuyanensis which hasnt liked me for about half a year now...just keeps tossing basals left and right lol.

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    vent x aristo starting to pop its lid


    maxima x talangensis (the water in the tray down below has a brown tinge from a coffee treatment i gave a couple neps yesterday)


    muluensis x lowii, this pitcher is sitting in a rather shaded spot from the lights so it hasnt colored up very much compared to all of its other pitchers its had


    N. rajah, the newest leaf (the largest one) was produced after a coffee treatment, im a pretty firm believer in coffee treatments now....it even appears to be inflating a pitcher on that leaf, or atleast getting ready to..this plant is in a 6" pot


    A young N. spectabilis 'Pangulobau' pitcher


    one of my gymnamphora....


    A young double growth point N. bongso


    singalana again


    young N. burkei


    one of my N. jamban....not the same one you can see a pitcher of up above with the gymnamphora


    young N. veitchii 'Batu Lawi'


    some of my babies that are about a year and a half old now....N. xSplendiana x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii]


    N. flava

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