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    n.flava & n.jacquelineae small pitchers pics

    My flava and jacquelineae are roughly the same size..3" tall with 3" leaves. They also make the same size pitchers, but you can tell the difference between them even at this small size:

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    ...and a bonus ampXsib pitcher:

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    about 5 years ago i stopped in and Jeremiah Harris gave me the guided tour of his greenhouses....i fell in love with his jac and it became a favorite.....ive had one for over 18 months and have decided i like flava better.....cause flava grows like a champ for me and the jac is STILL POUTING! wouldnt have thought it was more of a PITA than macrophylla but even my macro seems happy and i recieved the jac, flava and macro at the same time and at close to the same size and they sit within inches of each other.....

    hope your jac does well so i can live vicariously through you........
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    So do I, thanks! There's just something about a fully grown jacq vine with uppers...takes my breath away. I've got that one, and I've got another on order because I just couldn't help myself. Jamban grows the best of the goblet-style neps for me, but there's just something so graceful about jacquelineae that...dare I say...not even edwardsiana can compete with in my eyes. Not even pitopangii..

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    awesome neps thez!
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    Thanks!!

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    Nice pics. I just found the ampXsib's lid can be opened vertically or even backward, just like a lid of a typical amp does. Agree to you, the shape of jacquelineae is unique, and very interesting. I have a little one but currently it has no pitchers. Hope it grows well and forms pitchers soon.
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    Yep some great neps there.

    Like rattler, my jacq is one finicky chick. Despite very consistent conditions, it will pout for months and months, then put out one great pitcher, than start the process over, and has done this for several years now. But I'm not giving up on her yet.

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    What's the growth speed of your jacq? Eg. how many weeks does your jacq need to put out a new leaf?


    Quote Originally Posted by nightsky View Post
    Yep some great neps there.

    Like rattler, my jacq is one finicky chick. Despite very consistent conditions, it will pout for months and months, then put out one great pitcher, than start the process over, and has done this for several years now. But I'm not giving up on her yet.
    My Grow-List and Want-List
    If you know other unique plants that can walk, can talk, can sing, or can eat people, please tell me and I definitely want to get one.

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