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    villosaholic Heli's Avatar
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    Looking good Ron and Mato! Mine is a bit behind yours because of the growthpoint but it has made a leaf and is already working on a new one. Moving my plants to the growroom probably slowed it down too but now its growing quite quickly.

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    wow mato great colour,glad you got a pure burb and what a plant,the markings on ron and your plants pitchers is so good

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    Dude, that red pitcher is gorgeous! I'm definitely going to get one once I have the 55 set up and optimized!

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    Mato,
    I seem to recall a reddish cast to either your or Heli's pitchers (or both). Very good to see that I wasn't imagining the color and that the pitchers continue to be drop-dead gorgeous. While mine is very attractive in it's own right (even ignoring the slight false-greenish cast in the pics), it doesn't have the same extent of great red color that yours is showing (at least not yet) - likely some SG variability.

    It does appear that the seeds Rob started have come from a wonderful population of N. burbidgeae.
    All the best,
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    Here's the last pitcher my BE clone put out. It's been a while since I've seen a new one, the plant has been sulking and is just starting to perk back up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mato View Post
    Glad to see yours is doing well, Ron. With the cooler nights, the plant I received opened the first pitcher in my care last month:


    N. burbidgeae Tambuyukon sg

    I have yet to repot mine, as it seems to be growing more or less steadily. However, I am curious to see what he uses as a mix.

    Each of our plants seem really unique and quite different from the other burbidgeaes in cultivation. Heli suggested they were from Mt. Tambuyukon, which would explain the variation from the norm. I don't know that I've been happier with the appearance of any of my plants more so than this one. Thanks again for coordinating everything.
    This has great color mat! One of these might be going in with my order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    In the fall, three of us got together & ordered some SG plants from a nursery. All three of us got SG N. burbidgeae (& I added a N. fusca & N. veitchii). Since I coordinated the order, the plants were shipped to me. While the plants were healthy, they were less than perfect. After evaluating the plants, I kept the weakest & sent the others to their new owners. My plant had one decent pitcher (& another older one) & it was on a small, deformed leaf. Thankfully, the plant has responded well to a repot with new media and it's first new pitcher since arriving finally opened last week. I included an overhead pic of the plant to show the new leaves vs the older ones. The white arrow shows the deformed leaf with a pitcher & new leaves since arrival are at 4 & 10 o'clock.



    Before posting, I did a quick search and the 1st N. burbidgeae was Jeremiah's way back in June. I know some are probably in threads up in the discussion section - but I cannot imagine why this species isn't more popular.
    Agreed, It has such great color and you don't see enough of it around. Great growing Ron!

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    It's always nice to see pictures of people's N. burbidgeae. A super gorgeous species always
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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