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Thread: Noa's Winter Pitchers 2012

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    whoa amazing. Do you think you can share a full body shot of the Eddie and the Rajah? that would be awesome!
    "Be quiet! The plants will hear y... noooooo!" 'chomp - burp!'

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    Raaajaaaahhhh...

    Those are incredible looking plants!!!

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    Those are amazing! The eddie and rajah are of course very nice, but that truncata is just a monster!

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    amazing plants

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    Thanks for the compliments everyone! It's the plants that do all the work really.

    If any are interested, I've got a few plants up for sale on the pitcher plants forum. Some are cuttings of the plants pictured here.

    http://pitcherplants.proboards.com/i...d=11767&page=1

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    I'm so tempted to get half of those cuttings.... that N. copelandii looks so nice! And spectabilis x truncata.....

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    They are both great plants. The spectabilis x truncata was a limited cross and some of the bigger plants are looking spectacular. You can't go wrong with either

    If anyone on here is interested but doesn't have an account on the other forum, my email address is noa_n_f@yahoo.com (I actually prefer email to pm haha).

    Wasn't hoping to turn this thread into an advertisement, just thought I'd share an opportunity.

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    I appreciate a good opportunity. Paul's spect x truncata looks amazing, and I'm kind of addicted to the cross.

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