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    Hi Folks,
    I have searched and searched the internet for cultivation info on a couple of neps I am attempting to grow from seeds. I found some good stuff, but there are a few remaining species I need some info on. Can anyone fill me in on their experience with the following neps? Any tricks I should be aware of?

    N. Alata, N. Sanuinea and N. Vieillardii

    Thanks in advance!
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    i believe the reason you didnt get any info on N. Sanuinea is because you spelt it wrong it is. N.sanguinea.
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    DOH!
    Thanks sar0!

    I'll try THAT one again...
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    My Nepenthes Sanguniea goes through warm days and cool nights; the humidity varies throughout the day (65%-90%). The plant is currently in a mix of peat and perlite.

    That's my experience.

    Here's a pic of it.

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    I have an N vieillardii, but I can't give much advice since mine is struggling to survive multiple bird attacks. I believe though that this particular species prefers higher humidity than most. Other than that, give it warm temps.

    I also have a N alata "spotted" plant as well as a N sanguinea and they grow fine in lowland/intermediate conditions.

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    I ave a N. Snguinea also only I grow mine in lowland reather then highland and it producesses way bigger pitchers than it used to. The pitchers size is about 3inches I will post a pic up whenI gt a chance. N. Alata on't use the tray method water when soil is dry, it is very fast growing. Havefun growing them
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    Thanks folks!
    I'll bear all this in mind....IF any of my seeds sprout!
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