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Thread: N. robcantleyi x hamata

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    Oh wow those wings on yours is crazy!
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    N. robcantleyi x hamata-robcantleyi-hamata-20150713-jpg

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    Hi everyone I'm new to this forum. Wow stunning plants, at the moment I grow fusca x robcantleyi, densiflora x robcantleyi and ventricosa x robcantleyi, out of the robcantleyi hybrids I also had two young robcantleyi a couple of years ago and when I went on holiday my friend forgot to water them and all my other plants, lucky or unlucky the only dead plants were the robcantleyi which cost me 45 each, aaaaaah. The pants that survived are just getting back to there former glory.


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    First pitcher it's grown for me. Not bad, and it has an even better one forming.

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    This hybrid is amazing! Can't wait to get my hands on one
    Experience is a great teacher, but she sure does cost a lot!!! --Butch

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    Quote Originally Posted by vdub804 View Post
    This hybrid is amazing! Can't wait to get my hands on one
    And to top it all off, it's a pretty easy plant to grow; It's not as finicky as N. hamata nor is it as slow as N. robcantleyi. It's a combination of the best of both species.

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    I grow two different plants of this hybrid and they are both very variable. one is very hairy and toothy like a hamata and the other is much more robc like. Both grown in the same conditions and the one thats more hamata like is a bit slower.

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