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    Awesome pics!
    I can't wait for my jac to finish opening its pitcher
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    Thanks!

    Oh man, jacq is so picky...mine pouted for about 7 months before inflating a tendril...this is the first pitcher I've gotten out of her and I hope not the last! I noticed she didn't want to pitcher until I put her in more light..

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    I wanted a Flava for a while. Last year I got the chance to preorder a 3" leafspan for $15. I hate myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Jamban grows the best of the goblet-style neps for me, ...
    Hmmm interesting. Of the goblets, so far I only grow N. jamban* & it is the highlander most impacted by the extra-hot east coast weather (that has increased my basement temps a few degrees). The hamata's & tenuis have laughed at the weather - not the jamban ....

    *(I can't count the BE N. eymae as a goblet-style since their uppers have been shown to be pure maxima. Super robust plant with a nice peristome - just no goblets...)
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    i grow jacq, jamban, and flava....
    of the 3 i grow, initially i would say N. jamban is the most vigorous, as they have not skipped a beat since i got either of them....
    However, i am realizing...with my N. jacquelineae, that once that thing settles in, and starts growing well....its a beast, and puts out pitchers twice as fast as my jamban, but it could also be an age/size difference...as my jacq is much much larger than either of my jamban plants....though one of the jamban is about to be going out to a new home shortly...
    flava, is just rather slow for me....but is a good, strong pitcher producer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by awgaupp View Post
    I wanted a Flava for a while. Last year I got the chance to preorder a 3" leafspan for $15. I hate myself.
    dang...yeah ow, I'd hurt too..mine was for ~$100 if I remember correctly...

    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    Hmmm interesting. Of the goblets, so far I only grow N. jamban* & it is the highlander most impacted by the extra-hot east coast weather (that has increased my basement temps a few degrees). The hamata's & tenuis have laughed at the weather - not the jamban ....

    *(I can't count the BE N. eymae as a goblet-style since their uppers have been shown to be pure maxima. Super robust plant with a nice peristome - just no goblets...)
    Hmm..I guess the jamban has actually slowed down and not made a pitcher for me this month, meanwhile tenuis and hamata (the one that's pitchering for me, 3 are poutin') are going strong.

    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    i grow jacq, jamban, and flava....
    of the 3 i grow, initially i would say N. jamban is the most vigorous, as they have not skipped a beat since i got either of them....
    However, i am realizing...with my N. jacquelineae, that once that thing settles in, and starts growing well....its a beast, and puts out pitchers twice as fast as my jamban, but it could also be an age/size difference...as my jacq is much much larger than either of my jamban plants....though one of the jamban is about to be going out to a new home shortly...
    flava, is just rather slow for me....but is a good, strong pitcher producer...
    I sure hope that I'm seeing the beginnings of that with my plants!

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    My jamban has been doing well for me outside here in the Northeast. My Jacq. however..... may it RIP (

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    Based on your discussions, jacq seems not an easy plant to grow
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