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    Your plants are looking great, Mike. It's nice to finally see some lavicola pitchers of decent size.

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    Wanted to post some new pictures.

    Some seedlings to start...

    Nepenthes attenboroughii from seed:


    Nepenthes izumiae x something and nepenthes inermis from seed:


    Nepenthes lingulata from seed and a red nepenthes dubia from seed:


    Nepenthes murudensis from super slow-seed, outgrown by villosa same age:


    Nepenthes nagas from seed:


    Nepenthes rigidifolia from seed:


    Nepenthes villosa:


    Nepenthes edwardsiana - yellow:


    Nepenthes edwardsiana - red:


    Nepenthes edwardsiana next to a can:


    Nepenthes glabrata intermediates in the chamber:


    Nepenthes hamata trio


    Nepenthes lowii x truncata:


    Nepenthes lowii - 6 plus years old at this point.


    Nepenthes lavicola - burnt peristome:


    Nepenthes lavicola - chubby dark:


    Nepenthes lavicola - green peristome:


    Nepenthes lavicola - red peristome, kinda looks like angasanensis:


    Nepenthes lavicola - stripped persitome:


    Thanks for looking.

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    wow everything looks great as usual Michael, nice job. How big is the attenboroughii?

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    Awesome plants Are those hamata different clones? If so, which are which? That would be an awesome photo for comparison.
    Da' mishu
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    My Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...29#post1089429

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    Gorgeous plants.

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    @Heli The attenboroughii is 2" across. Pretty fast grower in highland conditions.

    @richjam ... Hey how have you been? ... All of these N. hamata pitchers are off the same plant. The pitcher to the right is a larger lower pitcher. Pitcher in the middle is the first sign of an intermediate pitcher as the plants is vining. Pitcher to the left is a transitional pitcher. This plant is a BE release from several years ago, probably just the N. hamata lumut clone.

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    everything looks great as usual Michael..
    Are you giving up on using live LFS?

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    Travis, because i am growing my plants remotely it is hard to control the water level that it would take to keep the sphagnum looking healthy and vibrant. It was easy to maintain the sphagnum when i could hand water my plants each day. Now i have to walk a line; i do not want to overwater my plants and risk doing damage in the form of disease and root rot. I definitely appreciate sphagnum as much as the next grower, but I am keeping things dryer these days which is working well in the enclosed setup.

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