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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    I thought I'd show ya'll new photos of my N.Truncata and N.Ventricosa "Red" newly opening pitchers! Enjoy! Feedback appreciated!


    The one on the right is the new one and is just about the same size as the largest one on the left. (About 5 inches)


    LARGE! N.Truncata pitcher opening. It is 6inches tall and 1 and 1/2 inches wide. The peristome is still unfurling.

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    very nice, those are BIG!
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    Those are big pitchers you got there. Hmmmmm... hopefully mines could be like that within a couple of years. See you don't use the bag method, anymore. Have your plants fully adapt to the enviroment in your house, N.G?

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    Your truncata is just like mine, exept it's even better! The one I got a week ago adjusted to my windowsill within a couple of days. I didn't even haveto use a bag or terrarium, though I do use a humidifier during the day. You use a humidifyer too don't you, nepenthes gracilis?

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    Hey everyone, I went back to the bag method as I would like it to grow more fastly and pitcher more. I may HOWEVER try to adjust it back to the windowsill as summer is finally here I guess and relative humidity in the house is now 70% WITHOUT humidifiers running for whole day! That s almost like it being in a plastic bag with the same humidity or hihger so maby since humidity is higher I'll take it out of the bag right now. Hey, I got an idea! Why don't eveyone that comes here vote whether or nto i should leave it in the bag.

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    I vote you buy it its own terrarium to provide the perfect conditions.

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    That's not one of the choices pat. But anyhow, I COULD do that but no, it would require a monstorous terrarium and monstorous sum of money! I have taken the bag off completly now and the humidity is at 73%, Is this OK for Good pitcher production? Thanks!

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    did you get those at PFT if so how old are they and really cool pitcher

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