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Thread: A Few Humble Pictures From My Growrack

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    I keep the seedlings towards the front of the rack, which receives mostly fluorescent light since the sun is blocked from the rack above at the far edges, so too much sun isn't a concern. As far as heat, I have a fan running throughout the day that keeps temperatures around 75!

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    Nice plants!

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    Just a few minor updates I'm proud of!
    My Spectabilis x Talangensis put out its second pitcher since in my care. Like its leaves, these are getting much bigger with each subsequent one!
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    A larger N. albomarginata I have finally putting out a pitcher after teasing me with sizable leaves these past few months!
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    Awesome way to grow.
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    Did your mirabilis x tobaica make it? I've had several look just like that one, and each one that did ended up dead no matter what I did to try to save it. Anyways, your plants look great, keep it up!

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    Sadly no, it is the first nep I've managed to kill. I have no idea where I went wrong either!

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    like the spec talang

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    So I did some tidying up of plants, got some cuttings under a much needed humidity bag, and did some rearranging today. Figured I'd snap some photos of the plants to share while I was at it!

    A cutting I got a few months ago, lost the tag, will probably have to wait for some pitchers to form...it has nice looking leaves and is a healthy green so far though:
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    Spectabilis x Talangensis getting bigger and bigger, no pitchers recently but the humidity has also been low since I moved the enclosure and don't have a humidifer going, has a nice basal forming too:
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    N. trichocarpa, has yet to form a pitcher in my care but putting out big, good looking leaves, I'm happy to wait!
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    N. albomarginata, seems to be doing ok, thoughts?
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    The 2nd nepenthes I owned. N. Miranda I got as a rooted cutting from Kristoff a year or two ago, just keeps looking better!
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    An unrooted cutting I received maybe 4 months ago, I think it is through the rough patches and is on its way to doing well. Think it would be alright to throw this on a window sill now? It has been in a relatively dry, but low light environment:
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    Utrics, mostly from Tony, but a few more recent added in. Seem to be doing alright so far!
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    Unknown N. hybrid seedlings
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    Different batch, maybe a year old now:
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    N. tenuis? hybrid...in the less than year I received it as an unrooted cutting it has become my largest plant, think this one can be moved from the rack to a sill? Just getting so dang large!
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    N. sib. x coplandii, I posted about this recently. It's main growth has never looked too healthy, always on the brownish side, and getting smaller and smaller. but iwthin the past month or two it has thrown up 3 vibrant looking basals, withj possibly more hiding underneath. Thoughts?
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    Reliable N. mirabilis, chugging along!
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    Some SG N. albomarginata I was lucky enough to receive a year or so ago in a giveaway, looking awesome and putting out sizable pitchers compared to the leaf size!
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    Hope everyone enjoys the pictures! I always appreciate input and advice!

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