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    Nepenthes pics

    Just a few pics. Felt like sharing.

    N. rafflesiana "giant form"

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    N. densiflora x truncata



    N. "Dwarf Pracock"



    N. ampullaria, spotted


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    wow those are some nice plants, I like
    I love lamp...

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    that dwarf peacock looks great.

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    Yeah, wow actually... what's in the peacock? Could you get a closeup of the pitchers?

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    What conditions do you keep the pepsi can in...it's a nice specimen!

    Anyways, I agree, the dwarf peacock looks spectacular!
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    Lookin great as always Glen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Yeah, wow actually... what's in the peacock? Could you get a closeup of the pitchers?
    Thanks for the complements everybody. N. x 'Dwarf Peacock' is a Bednar cross: N. thorelii x (khasiana x ventricosa). Here is a single pitcher:



    In other news: Pepsi cans must have very high humidity and warm conditions in order to do well. I hear that the giant forms of Pepsi cans can be much trickier in cultivation, but I haven't tried them.

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    I think it is wild to see a raff pitcher bear hugging a pepsi can! Looks like it is trying to take a sip.

    Awesome plants and a very tidy setup!

    Previously known as: NY Plant Nerd

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