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    My not so very impressive collection

    But very well grown!
    First of all, I would like state I have no photographic skill at all, so sorry if these are not the best photos. With spring here and my nepethes shooting up, I figured I would post some photos of New growth.

    N. Muluensis x Lowii is one of my favorite plants, and responsed well to the coffee I gave it.



    N. Sanguinea ‘orange’



    N. ventricosa (possible, no postive ID)

    Along with it basil shoots



    And my newest addition, my N. Mikei


    I've given coffee to N. Mikei, N. Muluensis x Lowii, an a N. ventricosa, I'll update comparison photos as they grow!
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    wow their awesome keep us updated

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    yep that is a ventricosa 'red'

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    Nice mikei! I got my glabrata from the place you got your mikei, I can tell by the tag.
    Pretty sang, and awesome vent, too!

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    1rst ones in evil black and purple i like
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    The lowii x muluensis is amazing! I totally dig the near black pitcher!

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    That Muluensis x Lowii is really nice. Good growing. Nice N. sanguinea too, that plant, while easy to grow, can be very impressive, like yours.
    "We are in a sense the Universe trying to understand itself. By Observing it we are observing what we are." - Phillip Plait

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    Are these all windowsill grown? They all look absolutely fabulous. As for photography skills, some of us just use our camera phones only and it just works. Great job!
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