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    Quote Originally Posted by jafvortex93 View Post
    looks like someone needs a nail clipper shipped to them lol.
    LOLOLOLOLOLOL. I'll trade you for one

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    Those Cephs are doing great! they are so dark :3, and again you show us impresive Neps^^ congrats Nepenthes101

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmo View Post
    Those Cephs are doing great! they are so dark :3 congrats Nepenthes101
    Thanks. I love my Cephs. I now only have One Mature Hummers giant left and its coming back very nicely with tons of new crowns, Waiting on new pitchers. Just small ones at the moment, but should start Mature ones again soon I hope.

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    edwardsiana for a shiny nail clipper? =] =] =]
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    Quote Originally Posted by jafvortex93 View Post
    edwardsiana for a shiny nail clipper? =] =] =]
    LOLOLOL How soon do you want the plant?!

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    LOL. I know its October now, But I figured I still add pics here anyways, lol.

    I'll start off with some new pics of my Baby Nepenthes Edwardsiana. Lets hope its a Female.









    Some new Jacquelineae Red pictures. This pitcher seems to be only getting better since it arrived like this in the mail. Filled it up with some rainwater with superthrive in the pitcher.







    Some new pics of the Tenuis Plants. I love the Female Tenuis. Hoping the other one is a male. Seed grown Tenuis's, here I come, LOL.





    Some pics of one of my P. Regalis T's




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    That is insane how small that edwardsiana is.... I guess I don't understand how tissue culture works. What's the big deal with everyone wanting female plants? are males just always more common? Or is it simply because females have the most dominant traits? Either way... male traits of eddy in a female hamata or something wouldn't exactly be a let down.
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexenthes View Post
    That is insane how small that edwardsiana is.... I guess I don't understand how tissue culture works. What's the big deal with everyone wanting female plants? are males just always more common? Or is it simply because females have the most dominant traits? Either way... male traits of eddy in a female hamata or something wouldn't exactly be a let down.

    The reason why everyone wants a Female is because if you have a female, you have the power to produce seeds and thats where the money is at, lol. Imagine being able to release several hundred seed grown Eddies, lol. Plus its more rewarding that way if you produced the seed yourself and germinated them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexenthes View Post
    That is insane how small that edwardsiana is.... I guess I don't understand how tissue culture works. What's the big deal with everyone wanting female plants? are males just always more common? Or is it simply because females have the most dominant traits? Either way... male traits of eddy in a female hamata or something wouldn't exactly be a let down.
    I have 2 homemade Hamakua hybrids germinating at he moment.

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