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Thread: N. veitchii x lowii Photo

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    Jeremiah, I LOVE your plants! You keep surprising me with more and more stunning ones every week...Keep them coming!

    This one is really gorgeous...

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    lovely! Is it clone 13 by any chance?
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    Would you people stop it already with the out-of-this-world hybrids? It's making it hard for me to maintain my species snobbery.

    Incidentally, why does the leaf look so truncated in the photo? Is that the way they are - like a truncata?
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    N. veitchii does inhibit some degree of truncatation:

    (older photo- N. veitchii "Bareo Highland")


    N. lowii also does too but not nearly as exaggerated as N. veitchii, which probably leads to the more trucated leaves with both parents having some sort of it:

    (older photo- N. lowii "Mt. Kinabalu")

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    Ah. Interesting. Thanks.
    There's no 'a' in perlite.

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    EEEWWWWWWWWWW AAAAHHHHH! Pretty colors!! That is wonderful, looks like I always thought it might, but I never have seen a mature one before now... THANKS FOR SHARING!!
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    How large are your lowii pitchers? Mine are nearly 1.5" !

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    The plant has grown since that picture indicated by the "older pic" and now the pitchers are presently at 6cm tall, around 2.5 inches. 2 more pitchers are on the way tho so who knows if they will be bigger or not.

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