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    Mid-Summer Pitchers

    Busy, busy, busy… I finally got a chance to take a few pictures to share.

    I hope you enjoy these as much as I enjoy all the beautiful pictures that folks have shared recently.

    N ‘Maggie Jones’ (kampotiana x ventricosa)


    N copelandii Mt Pasian


    N ‘Mark Lang’ (mirabilis Australia xx mixta)


    N maxima


    N Song of Melancholy


    N x lessii (mirabilis "Thai Gold" and x mixta Superba)


    N thorelii x truncata (probably kampotiana x truncata)


    N alata x truncata


    N x wrigleyana (mirabilis x (rafflesiana x ampullaria))


    N (ventricosa (red) x lowii) x ventricosa First pitcher on new rooted cutting


    N maxima x talangensis


    N Red Dragon

    Basal


    N Sabre

    Basal


    N spathulata x truncata


    N truncata x maxima


    New N Miranda pitcher


    N veitchii



    N x puna (maxima x (tobiaca x talangensis))


    N truncata, only about 6”; but really starting to show nice color…


    N thorelii x merrilliana


    N x mixta



    Keith

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    congrats everything looks superb!! =]
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    Very nice looking plants/pitchers/pictures. thanks for sharing.

    I'm really interested in watching the (ventricosa (red) x lowii) x ventricosa mature and comparing it to EP's cross of ventricosa x (lowii x ventricosa)
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    Thanks for the kind words! So far the (ventricosa (red) x lowii) x ventricosa is really impressing me; nice and deep red from the very first pitcher...

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    Thanks for sharing! Interesting how your red dragon doesn't have the heart shped peristome. I love seeing the variability in this hybrid!

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    Beautiful plants!

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    I'm always surprised by the beautiful Nepenthes, but these exceed any expectations I've ever had of them!
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    What a great collection! You have the advantage of being in a conducive climate.

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