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    Any updates? Also, clear your inbox!!

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    I'll be posting some updates. This weekend. Growing plants in a box makes it tedious to take pictures and such so I don't do it often. My in box is now clear ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip_Side_the_Pint View Post
    thats quite disappointing if its true. If that is ever confirmed I'll have a few peltatas for sale....
    At least the single clone from BE is suspected to have some N. justinae or N. hamiguitanensis (which itself is a stabilized hybrid between N. peltata and N. justinae) parentage in it, even large plants of the clone are pretty elongated but IMO rather beautiful. Here's a picture (not mine) of a larger BE plant. I think we'll have to wait a while to be sure but once there are some flowering sized plants of BE's clone, it should be more obvious since both N. justinae and N. hamiguitanensis are viners. To my eye the BE plant looks like mostly N. peltata in any case; there are some pictures of wild plants that look more like primary crosses on Wikipedia.

    Nonetheless, I really dig the BE clone, too bad they only have the one.
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    I just saw a BE peltata posted on eBay yesterday and it's being listed as N. peltata x hamiguitanensis. I agree it is quite a nice-looking plant.

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    Perhaps They should have waited to release it, to see if it was what they were selling it as. I agree Its a lovely and great growing plant, I love mine. I have several of the BE ones and they're great. I just wish I could get my hands on a "pure" version that has that famous squat shape.
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    Flipside , Wistuba has them in stock I was thinking of ordering myself one as he says they are easy growers, and I agree the squat one looks fine
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