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Thread: Let's dedicate a thread to the smaller, less flamboyant neps

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    Truncata getting progressively larger

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    I have a bunch of small ones, but this one is definitely my smallest! Pitchers are less than an inch tall
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    here's an intermediate pitcher on my Ventricosa x Pectinata
    and Ventricosa x Dubia
    Last edited by vdub804; 09-08-2013 at 05:55 PM.
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    why is there a truncata in this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylesG View Post
    why is there a truncata in this thread
    Isn't N. truncata one of the "smaller, less flamboyant" species??!

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    Yeah Myles, can't you tell that's clearly the dwarf form of truncata
    I love the smell of nep pollen in the morning..........smells like victory

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    Took a quick glance through this thread earlier - expecting to see it filled with pics of N. argentii. After all, what's smaller & less flamboyant than N. argentii?

    To quickly end this miscarriage of omission, here are quick morning snaps of an AW clone...

    .... nestled in the leaves of N. izumiae


    .... and sunken in a sea of moss


    The younger BE clone is buried under a cluster of other Neps at the moment - so no current pics.

    Is no one else growing this species?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    Took a quick glance through this thread earlier - expecting to see it filled with pics of N. argentii. After all, what's smaller & less flamboyant than N. argentii?
    Is no one else growing this species?
    Sadly, I do not have N. argentii yet. I'm watching for it, but it doesn't appear to be available stateside. Beautiful plant, Ron.

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