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    Seed Grown Nepenthes inermis, finally!!

    Hello everyone. Today I noticed some of my Nepenthes inermis seeds germinating. This is just a couple of them. I have around 8 or 9 more that are coming up as well. lets hope that I have both a female and male Nepenthes inermis in there.



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    Congrats! How long did it take?

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    I have a mess of them around 2 months old. I'm sure between us we can get both sexes !

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    Quote Originally Posted by dionae View Post
    Congrats! How long did it take?
    Thanks!! Took around 3 months. I'm waiting on a bunch more to sprout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    I have a mess of them around 2 months old. I'm sure between us we can get both sexes !
    Congrats!! How many do you have growing?

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    Awesome!
    "You can bury a lot of troubles digging in the dirt."
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    I have 13 good sized seedlings. The weak ones have already dropped off so, the remaining 13 should all be good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    I have 13 good sized seedlings. The weak ones have already dropped off so, the remaining 13 should all be good to go.
    I wish you really good luck on those remaining babies. Lets hope that we both get more sprouts going. I bet we both have a breeding pair of Nepenthes inermis and don't even know it yet,LOL.
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    With odds like that, I would say so ! Maybe several pairs !

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