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    who is this Andy you speak of?

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    N. alata is also a good starter, but also a fairly large plant and very vigorous.

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    do pitcher plants smell bad by any chance? it would make sense if their pitchers had some sort of distinctive odor? but i hope not...

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    They don't usually smell but you sure don't want to dump the fluid from a well fed pitcher on yourself. That can get to stinking.

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    right i would never want to do that haha!

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    Nepenthes sanguinea is also a very easy specie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    They don't usually smell but you sure don't want to dump the fluid from a well fed pitcher on yourself. That can get to stinking.
    Yep, definitely don't want to do this. I have a N. rafflesiana pitcher with a hole in the side, and it hangs at just the right level on the side of the greenhouse....... smelly pitcher fluid running down your neck is not pleasant.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Newman View Post
    who is this Andy you speak of?
    Andy is the owner of flytrapshop.com, the site that also owns/hosts terraforums.

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