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    Here's the latest pitcher on my N. maxima x ventricosa. This is always a crowd-pleasing plant for me, you can see the red from across the room:



    And here's my cutting of N. x Splendiana that's forming a nice basal shoot to go along with these neat upper pitchers. The lowers are apparently much redder and colorful, so i can't wait to see them! (Disregard the humidity reading on the monitor there. It's never read above 30%, cheap piece of...)


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    The red is brilliant! Nice pics man.

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    wow! awesome neps!

    Do i see 21% on that hydrometer?

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    That N. maxima X ventricosa is one of the top plants on my wantlist. Beautiful!

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    Nice job! You have a great display there.
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    Spec,

    I think that is why he said "disregard the reading" below the pictures, lol.
    The splendiana is very nice. Something about a green pitcher with a red peristome(or the other way around, like neps N. merilliana) that is pleasing to look at.
    Isn't splendiana a lowland hybrid, or am I off on that? It looks like your aristolchiodes hybrid is sitting right next to it.

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    Thanks all! Joe, N. x Splendiana is N. maxima x kampotiana, so it has lowland and highland. The aristolochiodes next to it is a hybrid with thorelli, and both plants are easy growers in my intermediate/highland conditions. It's kind of wierd, but one of my fastest growers is another aristolochioides hybrid, that one with ventricosa. I like any nep with aristolochioides!

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    Great pics! It seems like you have a lot of interesting hybrids.

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