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    Got a couple more to share:
    N. Viking #19 x (maxima x trusmadiensis)

    N. x mixta upper pitcher (for those who have pollen from me, here's the parent)

    N. 'Miranda' lower and upper
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    I love that last picture, you got a massive miranda pitcher and in the bottom left a little tiny baby pitcher.

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    man you have some happy looking nepenthes. good work.

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    Lovely neps and did I spot some sarrs? I have about 85 sarracenia seedlings that are around 6-7 weeks old

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    I like the N. Viking #19 x (maxima x trusmadiensis), looks like N. Viking #19 has been the proud mother to many offspring hybrids
    I love the smell of nep pollen in the morning..........smells like victory

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    That baby in the corner is a ventricosa seedling batch. And yes, lots and lots of baby Sarracenia, though it'll be a while before they get to any size.
    As for the Viking cross, definitely a winner. The thing is nearly 2 feet across and grows constantly, and all the pitchers get this deep maroon color. Interesting thing is, you can still see even darker stripes on the peristome in the right light.
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    Couple more shots:
    N. izumiae x truncata, or, by the grex name, 'Black Dragon'


    N. x ventrata

    N. Miranda finally put a pitcher in a somewhat accessible location

    And to top it off, the weirdest of the weird: mutated N. spectabilis "Giant" pitcher




    Compared to a normal pitcher
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    More pics!
    8 1/2" N. Miranda pitcher

    Glabrata x ? (either maxima, or possibly even pure maxima)


    Old pitcher followed by new: N. spathulata x jacquelineae


    N. ventricosa "red": here we see the difference between pitchers in high and low light conditions
    high light

    Low light

    New N. 'Rokko' Exotica pitcher

    N. 'Black Dragon' coloring up

    first home-grown pitcher on merrilliana x campanulata

    new BE sp. #1 pitcher: this thing grows really fast

    Seedlings I'm keeping from my N. rafflesiana "dark brown parent" batch

    N. talangensis happy in its moss

    N. clipeata x (clipeata x eymae) getting more colorful as peltate leaves finally show up

    New ampullaria 'Harlequin' pitcher


    And, last of all, 'Rebecca Soper'


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