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    Seed grown N. maxima miniature form - Lake Posa

    Here a few pic of my seed grown N. maxima miniature form - Lake Posa, which i acquired from a UK grower:












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    very healthy looking plant you have there

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    Very nice looking plant, if you don't mind a newbe question, you call it a miniature how big will it get compared to the normal plant.

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    Intresting coloration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by James H View Post
    Very nice looking plant, if you don't mind a newbe question, you call it a miniature how big will it get compared to the normal plant.
    I've only had it three months and in that time, whilst the pitchers are getting progressively larger, they have not reached maturity yet. According to http://www.carnivorousplants.org/cpn...2_22.html#Poso, it should be 1/4 to 1/2 normal maxima size.

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    Interesting! Nice lid coloration!


    In addition to growing plants, I design and build RC planes powered by Tesla batteries. Check out my progress at www.chargedplanes.com

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    What the diameter of your plant? It looks a lot larger than mine, with way more mature pitchers. Mine is developing a deep red body at a 5cm diameter, also seed grown. It doesn't have the peristome stripes or spur yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    What the diameter of your plant? It looks a lot larger than mine, with way more mature pitchers. Mine is developing a deep red body at a 5cm diameter, also seed grown. It doesn't have the peristome stripes or spur yet.
    It's approx 18cm (7") at its widest point.

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