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    Nice glandulifera! I'm surprised you have the actual species and not a hybrid.

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    That wavy leaf maxima is beaufiful. The spectabilis is amazing too. What locale is is it ? Very interesting structure.

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    Thank you all for the compliments! The spectabilis is a BE clone called 'giant'.

    Here's a second spectabilis I grow which I believe to be seed grown.


    The maxima is one of my favorite plants. Its pretty and grows like a weed. I'll be propagating it soon via cuttings so when they are well rooted and healthy I will put some up here for trade. Here's an upper pitcher from the plant:


    and another shot of a maxima lower:


    Cheers!
    Matt

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    The uppers on the maxima are nice! How tall are the pitchers?

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    They're pretty dainty. The maxima lowers average about 5 inches tall while the uppers are about 3 inches.

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    That's tiny! What about the leaf span? I have a Lake Poso form that's making lowers of the same proportions, but it's nearly a foot wide.

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    That is absolutely the nicest maxima upper I've seen. Don't usually see so much color in maxima uppers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    That is absolutely the nicest maxima upper I've seen. Don't usually see so much color in maxima uppers.
    I agree, they are very colorful! Mine goes from big dark lowers to boring green uppers...
    -Arthur

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