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    I like the merrilliana x camp and vogelii. Very nice pitchers. And yes I think that amp is a hookeriana too. I'm also considering getting mer x camp, glad to see how the pitchers turn out.
    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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    Wow that giant spectabilis is awesome. I always wanted to grow one of those.

    And what is that BE-88?? That peristome is brutal. Perfect coloration and viper too column.

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    The spectabilis giant is really easy actually. And raff BE-88 is one of their two famous "giant" clones. My plant is a little restricted in its growing environment, so the pitchers don't get as big as they could, but leaves are easily 2 feet in length.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    The spectabilis giant is really easy actually. And raff BE-88 is one of their two famous "giant" clones. My plant is a little restricted in its growing environment, so the pitchers don't get as big as they could, but leaves are easily 2 feet in length.
    So wait.. the BE-88 is just a clone of the spectabilis giant??

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    No, read what I wrote again. BE-88 is rafflesiana "Brunei Giant Red"
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    OH. haha sorry man, my eyes really messed up on that one. Absolutely spectacular hybrid. The teeth and peristome color is just spectacular.

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    Not a hybrid. That is pure rafflesiana.
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    So, the glabrata seems to like my conditions enough to pitcher with every leaf, but hates them enough to make small, yellowish leaves with damaging black dots. This one is confusing...

    SG mirabilis "echinostoma" clones, one stays green and the other has cherry lips. These are the biggest of my 6 "keeper" seedlings

    merrilliana x campy is keeping that hourglass shape so far, and the inside of the pitcher is blushing faint pink

    New arrival, boschiana BE-3448

    just to show size, Viking #19 x (maxima x trusmadiensis)

    and, while not my longest plant, it may be largest by mass: N. ampullaria 'Harlequin' sporting 3 main vines, the largest at over 5 feet, and uncountable basals

    And another new arrival, with notable teeth at only an inch high, burkei x hamata BE-3594
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    That viking is a monster. Also, those mirabilis pitchers have the same lips my king tiger x Mirabillis do.
    I was wondering what plant those genes came from

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    A lot of lowlanders have lips of that shape when young, though these have rather wide ones. Hopefully that means they're the right form...
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