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    Here ya go!

    N. boschiana


    N. vogelii
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    wow
    when will I be able to get the N. vogelii? It is awesome!

    thanks
    Jeremiah

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    Malesiana recently released some cuttings. I would estimate next Spring/Summer before any propagation from them would begin to circulate further. Bad news is supply will be very slim for a long time and demand high. Good news is it is in cultivation and in time will be available.
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    Dear Tony:

    Those are beautiful plants. I have a crazy idea. Please if it is stupid, please forgive me. I am getting so excited seeing these pics that my imagination is flying high!!:

    I wonder what would happen if you cross N. aristolochiodes with N. argentii, would you get a vogelii??

    If you cross a N. rajah with N. edwardsiana would you get a villosa-like Nepenthes?

    What if you cross a Northiana with a Fusca, would you get a boschiana??

    Food for thought or imagination.

    Gus

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    I wonder what would happen if you cross N. aristolochiodes with N. argentii, would you get a vogelii??
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    Gus,
    Funny you should say this...I was just wondering what a cross between vogellii and aristichioides would look like...

    I was also wondering about crossing the vogelli with capanculata and also ventricosa....Interesting pitcher shapes...
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    I knew about the N. boschiana but you never told me about the N. vogelii! Ohh boy gotta save some buckeroonies for it. And for that other beaut!

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    Wow...interesting and beautiful plants. That vogelli is an eye opener!

    Nice plants and photos Tony. Thanks.

    Suzanne
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