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

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

    Forget nasty teeth, forget uber wide peristomes, forget pitchers big enough to wash a kitten in. We need a thread dedicated to the smaller, easier to house, more elegant nepenthes species. Species that show beginners that yes, they too can grow these plants without investing in a walk-in grow room. That tells beginners that yes, not all species have to rival Las Vegas show girls to deserve our attention. And that yes, in some cases small can be even more beautiful than large.
    Ladies and gentlemen, peeps of all ages. I shall start off our show with one of the most beautiful, yet elegant of all nepenthes species, N. Glabrata.

    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
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    N. ventricosa x dubia



    N. spectabilis x talangensis



    N. alata 'Spotted'



    N. ventrata





    N. ampullaria



    Hopefully those count lol...

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    Beautiful neps, but nope, don't count. They all get too big. LOL
    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
    My Grow List http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=123776

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    I hope these ones be small enough

    N. aristolochioides


    N. dubia


    N. villosa


    N. flava


    N. rajah


    N. glabrata


    and the very first pitcher of a N. ventricosa x aristolochioides cutting...

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    Gorgeous plants everyone!
    Just out of curiosity Pineapple, did you get your alata off of Ebay?
    Good Growing,
    Kenny

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    Quote Originally Posted by EntHerptology View Post
    Gorgeous plants everyone!
    Just out of curiosity Pineapple, did you get your alata off of Ebay?
    Good Growing,
    Kenny
    No, I didn't. Got it from a store.

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    Ah the mystical store you mention in your videos.

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    I like the idea of this thread
    Are you going only for small species, or just for small specimens, or both?
    Anyway, here's a couple I have. Most are older photos, but will have to do for now:

    Since glabrata seems popular on here:
    037
    030

    spectabilis x aristolochioides
    033

    N distilatoria
    028

    N. mikei
    045

    N. inermis
    184_2609

    N. gracilis...I need to get a pic of my spotted form too!
    053

    Maybe borderline for this thread, but the pitchers on this plant don't get very big (...at least not with my clone. This is about as big as they get. plus its a very compact growing species)
    N. ventricosa:
    066
    Da' mishu
    Provo, Utah.

    My Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...29#post1089429

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