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    This morning

    I got up, went to look at my nep (which as some people know i salvaged from the brink of death last year, and got a killer deal in the process.) and i spotted the start of a flower. Im excited, as in the last year it has gone from almost dead, to pitchering like none other, and now finally has a flower. quite the surprise, sorry the picture is small.

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    What is it? Thats great news!

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    its a nep miranda.

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    Congrats!! Must be a happy plant then.

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    Congrats!

    And envy! I've had my N. miranda for two or three years now, it's huge, and hasn't flowered yet. Way to go!
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    Congrats! There's been a lot of confusion to wether N. X Miranda is sterile or not but if you want to take the chance I'd suggest looking for some females out there. I hear there is a few Miranda hybrids out there so you may get lucky and get some seeds .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Stinkpot View Post
    Congrats!

    And envy! I've had my N. miranda for two or three years now, it's huge, and hasn't flowered yet. Way to go!
    Thanks, i didnt think i would ever even be lucky enough to see it pitcher, let alone flower

    Quote Originally Posted by lance View Post
    Congrats! There's been a lot of confusion to wether N. X Miranda is sterile or not but if you want to take the chance I'd suggest looking for some females out there. I hear there is a few Miranda hybrids out there so you may get lucky and get some seeds .
    I will try to find some.

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    It must be rewarding you for saving it's life

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