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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    Hi all,

    After losing my largest and first nepenthes I found a picture of the EXACT plant I had.

    http://members.aol.com/shortym....her.jpg

    http://members.aol.com/shortym....39;.jpg

    That is the same plant in both photos. Has ANYONE seen a particular variety/clone of this nature? If so PLEASE POST OR MESSAGE ME. Thank you all very much!

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    Nep G.
    Where did you get it (or are you asking 'cause you can't remember)?

    The leaves look almost exactly like my x Judith Finn, but my plant is way to immature to compare pitchers.

    Anyhow, I got mine from "little pot of horrors" in the local nursery.
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    got mine right here from the guys at PFT early last year. It's currently exactly the same as your picture - same color, same shape, same pitchers, same leaves, even the same size. Leo

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    Dustin, i beleave josh has a plant that looks like that if ya look at the picture he posted of his N.hamata there is a pitcher sitting in the back ground of one but that is all that is there no leaf or anything else. maybe he will be able to tell ya where her got his from
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    Thanks all! I will wait for more replies. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

    Schloaty, I got it from "Botanical wonders" about 3 years ago. I just wish I can/could replace it, it's such a beautiful plant!

    Leo, can you post a picture of your plant? Thanks!

    George, thanks for the hint, I'll check out that pic.

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    He he, I have a N. x jusith finn from the same place. It too was my first Nepenthes. It has put up with my blunders for the past three years, but unfortunately it has been abused, and is among my smallest Nepenthes. Quite the champ though [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] .

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    Hey Nep G, what's so special about this variety? Is it the red peristome? I thought it looked pretty typical since mine looks like that.
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    Nep G it's a "little pot of horrors" variety Judith Finn. I have one that's 14" across with 6" pitchers (latest) and dark purple peristome. It is not yet climbing but when it does a cutting will surely be yours for the asking! one thing to note is I am growing it in the highland tank next to the hamata and rajah so it's used to 50-60*F nights, it grows slower in there but it's progress has been astounding since placing it in the highland conditions.
    One funny thing about my J Finn is it has a tendancy to clasp it's leaves on the pot and this is keeping it from growing up so it's growing across the pot horizontally because lower leaves are bending around the top of the pot and seems to be holding the plant down. This must be the N. veitchii charachteristics?
    Anyone else have this happen?

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