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    Wow outstanding collection of plants.The lowii x camp. are definitely one of my favorites.I too got one of the lowii x jac. but I will have to wait a few more weeks to receive it.Your plants are great!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    Marc's collection reads like a who's who of EP's catalog!
    Paul, that's precisely the purpose of the thread think of it as the EP equivalent of BE's Catalogue Page

    Thanks corky and The large!

    Some more to keep the momentum going....




























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    Can anyone guess what is the makeup of the following two samples of leaves?

    sample a




    sample b


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    Glandulifera!

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    Glandulifera of course !

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    Quote Originally Posted by gabgabinou View Post
    Glandulifera of course !
    Sample a is....

    Sample b produces these pitchers.....


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    Now can someone explain where the glands are coming from??




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    Jealously doesn't even begin to describe my feelings for these pictures..... oh, how I wish my biggest plant wasn't just a simple 'Miranda'.......
    That truncata x ephipp is incredible looking!
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
    There is far more to everything than meets the eye.
    Growlist

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    :O

    Strange situation...

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    Dude that LxVxB clone is absolutely incredible! I love the shape! Definitely gives Paul's a run for it's money haha.

    Also, that trucata x ephip is out of this world too! I can't wait to find one of those stunners at some point!

    Shwing!

    P.S. About that glandular hybrid in question. Do you think it could be a mixup? The leaves/growth tip and even nodes look very glandulifera like to me. Even without all the hair they would still bear resemblance to glandulifera. I'm don't think I would have immediately called any of the pitcher features out as glandulifera-like off the bat, but the pitcher colors and the lid are also reminiscent of the plant in question. Looks like it should be cool either way!

    Do you have any of EP's glandulifera hybrids (besides this one if it does for some reason have G as a parent)?

    Everything else looks great too! I'm with everyone else that thinks the maxima x spectabilis is awesome! I don't understand why that's not more commonly grown.

    Peace!
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    Too weird to live, too rare to die.

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