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    N. chaniana BE


    N. chaniana x veitchii


    N. bongso


    N. mirabilis Sajingan -- not much to look at, but it's growing as an ultrahighlander without much trouble.


    N. sanguinea


    N. tentaculata G. Murud -- there are a few pitchers on the way. The main growth point found a nice shaded spot and is finally starting to grow. There is also a nice basal shoot beginning to grow.


    Nothing much to look at with N. villosa G. Tambuyukon. It got scorched in the fall with too much direct light, but it seems to be recovering well after being moved to a shadier spot.
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    N. chaniana so hairy!

    It would be awesome to see chaniana x glandulifera for maximum scruffiness.
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    Growing the mirabilis as a highlander? Well, there are populations known at 1500 meters so I guess it's not out of the range of realism... also, there seems to be three rather distinct color forms showing in them: green, red, and then a red-lid form, looks like you got one of the latter
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    N. chaniana BE -- now roughly 30 cm across


    I repotted my old MT N. chaniana back in January; it was tough because the Pteris species growing with it had its roots in a stranglehold and I lost most of the root tips in the process of removing the fern. This new leaf is the first growth in several months and I'm happy to say that the growth point looks healthy.


    Can I call this N. glandulifera a plant yet?


    N. boschiana seems to be one of those species that gets big quickly.


    This is by far the nicest and most normal N. faizaliana N. maxima Borone pitcher I've ever gotten. The key seemed to be moving it into a slightly smaller pot with fresh media.


    In ten years I may have an N. vogelii worth showing...


    N. bongso is a pretty easy species


    I'm tempted to cut off the main vine off of this N. tentaculata Murud because this basal shoot is the only point making pitchers. Anyone interested in N. tentaculata cuttings?


    N. nigra


    N. albomarginata finally seems settled in


    The ever-rare N. sanguinea and N. ventricosa


    Still not vining but it looks like an intermediate pitcher; N. 'Peter D'Amato' x maxima
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    Is the N.glandulifera from BE or EP ? My EP plant hit 10" in a year while the one from BE has maybe put out 2 pitchers in the same amount of time. Great looking plants by the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    Is the N.glandulifera from BE or EP ? My EP plant hit 10" in a year while the one from BE has maybe put out 2 pitchers in the same amount of time. Great looking plants by the way.
    Thanks Johnny. The N. glandulifera is from BE. Here it is the day I got it (7/31/14):
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    Very nice Clue! And since you asked.....I'm always interested in tentaculata! Lmao

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    Those bongso pitchers look almost exactly the same! Really nice. Do you grow Nepenthes faizaliana as a highlander?

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    The last one looks really nice, will be interesting to see what it develops in into. I am not particularly fond of lowii x ventricosa, but seems to work well with some input of maxima in it. My BE glandulifera grows pretty well, not as red pitchers as yours though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB_OrchidGuy View Post
    And since you asked.....I'm always interested in tentaculata!
    I'll start a few cuttings then.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    Do you grow Nepenthes faizaliana as a highlander?
    Yeah, all of my plants are grown as pretty strict highlanders. Day temperatures up to about 80F, night temperatures are mid 40's to 50. I have a few lower elevation plants around (N. albomarginata, N. clipeata hybrids, N. mirabilis, and a lowland (?) N. truncata that might be from EP) that are small but grow rather well.
    Last edited by Clue; 07-03-2015 at 11:08 PM. Reason: "lowland list" edited; campanulata no longer grown as a highlander
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