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    If it doesn't get too wide I may sign up for cuttings of that one.

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    I'd say its about 15 inches wide at the base, the climbing stems have slightly smaller leaves, maybe a foot wide. You can see the whole plant in the post about my grow chamber here.

    It's quite the climber though. The three stems that are pushing against the top grew those 4 feet since September 2012.

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    Hi All!

    Here are a few updates I snapped today.

    N. glabrata


    N. alata


    N. tenuis, this little guy is a wistuba clone I got last summer. It's still pretty small.


    N. fallax, another young wistuba clone, this is the first sizable pitcher it's produced.


    N. lowii x talangensis


    N. robcantleyi


    Cheers!
    Matt

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    Great stuff! The coloration on your plants is so pronounced, it's incredible.

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    Very nice!!

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    Some really beautiful plants.

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    Snapped a few photos today that I thought I would share!

    My largest N. glabrata's newest pitcher is about twice as large as all of its previous pitchers. I love this plant.


    Here's a full plant shot of N. glandulifera


    N. sibuyanensis x (spectabilis x aristolochioides) starting to show some color.


    N. spectabilis


    N. spectabilis 'giant'


    Nothing special here but I thought this was a cool shot with a cluster of N. x ventrata and an N. x 'Miranda' pitcher all hanging together.


    I just got this plant so the pitcher wasn't grown under my care but it was very shapely nonetheless so I wanted to show it.. N. aristolochioides


    This new pitcher just opened today on N. ampullaria x sibuyanensis


    I think the peristome looks really cool on these before they expand and it flattens out.


    Cheers!
    Matt

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    glandulifera... not seen everyday, and a very nice specimen indeed.
    loving your highland plants as well. thanks a lot for sharing! glabrata and aristo look beautiful! since glabrata is doing so well for you, there's no doubt that aristolochioides will do well for you also.
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