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    I've always liked the intermediates best on 'Miranda'. They retain the mottled colors wings and the fat, deep peristome of lowers, but have that elegant upper shape

    intermediate on 'Rokko' Exotica

    truncata lowland SG jumped in size. The species is known for doing this, but it's still impressive to see. I can't wait to see what the pitcher looks like!

    ever-underrated: x ventrata

    more colorful pitcher on 'Lang'

    and, oh so many seedlings! 'Splendid Diana' x ventricosa finally hitting saleable size and showing a lot of variation,

    N. rafflesiana "dark brown parent, Sajingan, Borneo" reaching sale size as well and showing numerous colors

    And, turns out I have to get the true eustachya "red," as the plants I thought were are starting to match my true gracilis, so now I have gracilis from Sumatra and Borneo
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    I really like the truncata lowland and its leaf shape. My bellii x truncata is showing similar leaf jumps.
    Looking for N. Campanulata hybrids. Also would like to grow some nepenthes from seed. Growlist/pic thread: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...-Pete-s-plants

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    Viking #19 x (maxima x trusmadiensis)

    vogelii appears very temperature tolerant

    New pitcher on spath x jacq, the peristome just keeps getting bigger....

    And if the adult pitchers keep the color seen on this one, I may have a new cultivar

    A pitcher on one of the soon to be sale-size rafflesiana "dark brown parent," revealing already dark mottling colors

    There are 2 sumatrana "Giant, Nias" in ths pot, but the one is a lot more vigorous, and already showing stripes

    'Rebecca Soper' and its many basal vines

    And, ever elegant uppers

    Though I think this one takes the cake for elegant: graciliflora "Pink" uppers

    And, the ever-growing ampullaria 'Harlequin' carpet
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    Wow look at those Amp pitchers. They're huge!
    Looking for N. Campanulata hybrids. Also would like to grow some nepenthes from seed. Growlist/pic thread: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...-Pete-s-plants

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    Progress pics on 'Black Dragon': the peristome on the uppers starts out wide and green, and the mottling on the back is cool, but it darkens quickly




    Colorful 'Miranda' upper

    And one just after opening

    The difference between faint light and shade on ventricosa "red"

    Stripey cherry 'Lang' peristome

    merrilliana x campanulata pitchers are keeping the faint, blushed colors

    The leaves are only 3.5" and already the spath x jacq pitchers have peristomes like this

    khasiana is in a darker corner of the greenhouse, but it's doing alright

    This is the most mutant pitcher the spectabilis Giant has put out yet: no normal color except the peristome and one side of a wing


    Compared to the pitcher on the previous leaf of the same growth point

    N. copelandii may be transitioning to uppers, though the leaves haven't gotten any bigger

    adorably tiny, fat glabrata pitchers adorn every leaf


    compare that to the larger and more darkly colored glabrata x maxima

    great variation in shape and color is showing up on my raff "dark brown parent, Sajingan" seedlings: creamy colors, mottling, thin pitchers, and fat boys


    clip x (clip x eymae) getting bigger and more colorful


    And the raff "BE-88" has produced a pitcher with a wider peristome, taller neck, and thinner shape, so it may be transitioning to intermediates



    graciliflora "Pink"

    ventricosa x spathulata

    The so-called ventricosa x northiana I am getting suspicious of, because there's not a lot of difference between it and the above plant
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    Got some more to share:
    N. clipeata x (clipeata x eymae) is already a big plant, and not even close to full grown

    N. rafflesiana "dark brown parent" showing good colors and teeth


    gracilis nigropurpurea so far only showing color inside

    the best pitchers I've had in a long time on spectabilis Giant, and the largest yet on the bottom

    fully colored spath x jacq

    N. glabrata x maxima

    vogelii

    beccariana "red," largest of 5

    My personal clones of 'Splendid Diana' x ventricosa "red", went from 2 inches to 7 in about 2-3 months



    merrilliana x campanulata

    Viking x (max x trusmadi)


    'Rokko' Exotica
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    All looking great! I really love the Viking x (max x trusmadi) and the spath x jacq
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    I love your plants. My mirandas look just about the same - it's an awesome plant, isn't it. Loving your raff seedlings, I wish more people would cultivate this plant - I would totally buy many of them if I were in USA and if you were selling. I hope they all go to good keepers.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    N. 'Lang': the peristome alone is worth the plant

    Pic doesn't show it, but the new bigger merrilliana x campy pitchers are forming red markings deep inside the pitchers now

    "ampullaria green" certainly isn't turning out green. I also suspect this batch will turn out to be hookeriana

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    Wow, nicely done! I really like the Nepenthes khasiana, N. copelandii, and N. glabrata from a couple of updates back. Anything special being done with the N. khasiana? I had a BE clone a couple of years ago get to a good size only to shrink away (and I know a couple of other people who have had problems with that species), but it looks like it's doing quite well over there.
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