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    I Just got the "Nepenthes News" from Malesiana Tropicals. They have a new plant for sale N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana for $20.00 (I wish I could order it but I would have to go thought all the hassle of importing a plant)! Dose anyone know any thing about this hybrid? Dose any grow this plant? Dose anyone sell this plant in the USA? I think this would be an amazing plant any other thoughts?

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    My lots of questions in there!

    No (although it is a natural hybrid. I have no clue on the origin of the plant/plants they are releasing. Nor have I been able to find a picture on the natural hybrid)
    Not me yet
    Not yet but soon
    Yes it sounds like an amazing hybrid. I will have to verify with them it is N. edwardsiana and not N. macrophylla but in either case I think it will be really nice. Keep in mind though that most likely the radical peristome will be reduced significantly by the N. burbidgeae.

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    ok thanks

    Do you think you might sell N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana in the near future?

    Dose anyone know any thing about N. x trusmadiensis (N. macrophylla x lowii) or N. alisaputrana (rajah x burbidgeae)

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    My turn. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]

    N. trusmadiensis is very very rare in cultivation...or if you are fortunate to find one for sale it will be a pretty penny. N. x alisaputrana is not in cultivation as far as I know.

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    If Malesiana has it(I am supposed to gett that news, too, but I didn't [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/mad.gif[/img] ) ,it is probably the real thing. Chien supposedly had edwardsiana coming along in cultivarion, and it probaqbly ended up as a hybrid(just like clipeata x rafflesiana that he sells very cheap-nice hybrid though).

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    I have sent a letter to the folks at Malesiana. Hopefully I will get some more information on the plants.

    You may see them from other vendors within a few weeks time. It takes that long or longer to get paperwork in order and receive packages from overseas. I have an order in but not sure how many I can get. Depending on how they handle the transit and reestablish it would be at least a couple months or longer before I would release any.

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    Reply from Malesiana:

    "Referring to your questions below, seed was collected from one N. burbidgeae and the seedlings are now big enough to determine that it is a hybrid N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana. It grows in the same habitat as N. edwardsiana. It is definitely not a N. edwardsiana or a N. macrophylla. It is a single clone."

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    Too bad they didn't snag some N. edwardsiana seed too!

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