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Thread: N. maxima 'Lake Poso'

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    Yours is a lot darker than mine. Mine is a lot more pastel colored, and much less curvier.

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    Very nice plant Cindy!
    I acquired this plant as "N. eymae", but as everybody know, almost no-one have the real deal. My plant looks very different from yor maxima, but I would like to know your oppinion...
    ¿What do you think, eymae or maxima?


    A saller but more colorful pitcher


    Regards

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    I'm familiar with that plant, and it's definitely maxima, and a big one at that. N. eymae has squater, rounder lower pitchers.

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    Thanks, Wire Man!

    Tuuagso, I do not grow any other highland as my conditions are lowland year round with warm to hot nights (being in the city)...so I can't tell the difference between highland species.
    Cindy

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    Here's what mine looks like.

    N. maxima 'Lake Poso' by Wire Man, on Flickr

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    It looks very similar! But it is also very different from Cindy's Lake Poso, I guess they are not clones.

    Thanks for your answers

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    Mine is seed grown, I believe. The name come from the region they come from. From what I recall they're all dwarves around the lake.

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