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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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    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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