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  • Red Lowii - N. (lowii x veitchii) x (truncata x (spectabilis x northiana))

    12 33.33%
  • catrus - N. possible NOID

    1 2.78%
  • duzu - N. maxima

    1 2.78%
  • carbonetc - N. merrilliana x xtrusmadiensis

    1 2.78%
  • Jasper Knight - N. pitopangii

    1 2.78%
  • dueoka - N. (ventricosa x sibuyanensis) x merrilliana

    12 33.33%
  • mass - N. hamata

    6 16.67%
  • Favian - N. burbidgeae x platychila

    2 5.56%
  • RL7836 - N. aristolochioides

    10 27.78%
  • tysneps - N. lowii x veitchii

    2 5.56%
  • Whimgrinder - N. xtrusmadiensis

    17 47.22%
  • corky - N. singalana

    4 11.11%
  • killerplantsguy - N. spectabilis x mira

    12 33.33%
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Thread: Pitcher of the Month January 2014

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    Ahhh pure perfection Paul!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tysneps View Post
    Do you give your plant fertilizer? If your plant has a well developed root system, some nutrients, good temperatures and strong light, there is no reason it shouldn't be strong and able to make new shoots (unless you have a weak clone). You shouldn't have to worry about the loss of one shoot killing the plant.
    This is a cutting from a SG plant. If there are no inactive nodes below the surface & the above-surface woody vine collapses - where would new growth come from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RL7836 View Post
    This is a cutting from a SG plant. If there are no inactive nodes below the surface & the above-surface woody vine collapses - where would new growth come from?
    Lateral buds aren't the only places new growth arises from. True basal shoots originate from the rhizome. A well developed root system will allow for more basals.
    -Tyler

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    N.singalana

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    Great entry corky! very toothy! nicely grown and great photo!
    I love the smell of nep pollen in the morning..........smells like victory

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    I really like the close-up of the peristome coming together at the top. I always thought the peristomes of most Nepenthes were smooth, except for ones like hamate, villosa, and edwardsiana. It's also interesting how the coloring for the top and bottom of the pitcher is really different.

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    oh good Lord.. whole lotta toothy goodness this month.
    Gorgeous start to the new year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lowii View Post
    Great entry corky! very toothy! nicely grown and great photo!
    thank you,i like the back lighting in the last pic ,quite Redlowii esque
    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    I really like the close-up of the peristome coming together at the top. I always thought the peristomes of most Nepenthes were smooth, except for ones like hamate, villosa, and edwardsiana. It's also interesting how the coloring for the top and bottom of the pitcher is really different.
    singalana is pretty toothy yes,so is my spathulata and most would not think it as been a toothy species

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