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    Looks great!

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    What's that northiana mix you're using?

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    Mass, it's my good old burnt earth + peat moss mix with a little charcoal for aeration. The burnt is is what most of you refer to as burnt clay that contains almost no nutrients.
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    Computer's down for a while, so I had to upload with my laptop which has no photo editing software...

    Massive photo upload this time


    N. ampullaria 'Tri-coloured'



    N. ampullaria 'Red'



    N. sibuyanensis...


    And a related hybrid, N. x (sibuyanensis x merrilliana)


    N. northiana from BE just popped


    N. gracilis 'squat'


    N. reinwardtiana var. samarindaensis 'eyes'


    I love the pattern of N. alata 'Surigao' lid.




    I now finally realised that my lowii x campanulata is most probably in the intermediate pitcher stage, hence the blood red interior famous from N. lowii's intermediate/upper pitchers.


    N. truncata x veitchii H/L striped


    A lovely N. thorelii x truncata



    Common one, but very attractive IMO.


    N. sumatrana looking EMO...


    The teeth of N. rafflesiana is a trademark...


    N. x Dyeriana looking photogenic


    N. x Coccinea



    N. bicalcarata 'Red Flush' from BE.


    N. mirabilis var globosa
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    Now for some non-Nepenthes:-


    A plethora of VFT jaws.


    A forest of D. indica.


    A mass of D. intermedia.


    A hairy S. leucophylla.


    A flashy S. leucophylla hood.

    I apologise for the grainy images, I only realised my camera's ISO settings were too high after taking most of the pics! Thanks for viewing!
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    Nice wings on the globosa! I love seeing some lowlanders every once in a while.

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    great plants,also loving the globosa

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    Great pics! The sib x merrilliana is a favorite of mine. It's gonna have some humongous pitchers someday. And that shot of the thorelii x truncata is beautiful. No wonder it's your avatar!
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