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    Anyone else flowered N. 'Red Leopard'?

    I have a N. 'Red Leopard' coming into bloom. I'm grow it as a HL. I have had luck growing it as a LL also. I'm curious if anyone else gad flowered one. I currently don't know the sex of mine yet. I kinda peeked in the opening leaf ladt night. Didn't want to disturb it too much. I will be looking for pollen or ovaries once the sex is known.
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    Budgies are best Thagirion's Avatar
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    Cool is that the same plant you sent me a cutting of? If so I'm very curious to find out what it is. Mine's still rooting.

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    Yes it the same one i sent you. I will let you know.

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    You know the sex yet JB?

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    Mine flowered years ago and was a male.


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    If it is the Exotica Plants specific selection N. 'Red Leopard' then it is a male. However, I understand that all plants from ventricosa X maxima are often referred to by this name, as if a recognized grex. This is most unfortunate when there is a select cultivar already assigned that name.

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