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    I am new to this website and i am also pretty new to cps. i recently received a nepenthes spathulata x spectabilis, and i am wondering if any one has any experiance groing this hybrid and if they can give me any information on it, such as the size of the pitcher and groing conditions.
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    I'l help you out. It should be an easy hybrid, considering the N. spathulata parentage. Pitchers should reach a little less than a foot when mature. Grow it like most highlanders. Do you know how to grow Nepenthes?

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    yeah, i already have a N. maxima, N. ventricosa, N. spathulata, and N. alata
    Paradise found is paradise lost
    -The Future Of Life
    The world is just big enough for us to not realize how small it really is.

    Change is the only thing constant.

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    Then grow it as you do for N. spathulata [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] .

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