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    burb or burb x eddy?

    This irks me a bit, but it appears I may have two burbidgeae x edwardsianas. I'd just like to hear the opinions of others as to whether or not I've got a burbidgeae.


    From the burb x eddy:




    From the plant labeled burbidgeae:







    At this point, they look like the same clone to me.

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    Yup your Burb appears to be burbeddie. Sorry

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    But I never realized how nice that nep is, sorry if you're disapointed though
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    I could go either way. The pitcher body says burb, the peristome says burb x eddy.
    May need a larger pitcher to make a better call on the matter.

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    Mato, definitely looks like you have a couple of brand new bouncing baby burb x eddie plants.

    Congrats on the new arrivals.

    dvg

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    I suppose there's a slim chance it could turn out to be what it was purported to be, but all I'm seeing is the cross. I've gotta make room for newcomers anyway, so it's not a big loss, just an onion in the ointment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvg View Post
    Mato, definitely looks like you have a couple of brand new bouncing baby burb x eddie plants.

    Congrats on the new arrivals.

    dvg

    Thanks dvg, but I've had them since last year.

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    I've heard they can be slow growers...still very nice plants though.

    Best of luck with them.

    dvg

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