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    Hey,
    OK, first is the odd N. x Petra Giant. This is the biggest pitcher yet, a whopping two-incher:


    And here's a nice new pitcher on my N. x Wrigleyana:


    Here's my second N. hamata pitcher on my plant from Tamlin. Another little guy, but better teeth on this one:


    And finally, this is the first pitcher from a cutting given to me by emesis. I'm very happy with this one! It's a N. x Ile de France.


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    Very nice Caps.

    Is there N. mirabilis in that last one?

    Aaron.

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    Very nice Capslock love the hamata.

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    I've been ripped off! (over a year ago)

    I knew my "xPetra Giant" was not anything more than a yellow Ventrata! Now I have confirmation!

    Anyway,s nice pics and I really like the N. x Petra Giant!

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    Hi Capslock
    You sure have some great looking plants.The Ile de France is stunning,mind you the Wrigleyana,s colour and shape are amazing ohh what am i talking about i just love them all
    The one id love to get is Dyeriana not many seem to grow it,and getting it in the UK is like getting Rocking horse Dung.
    Dream on i guess

    Bye for now julian

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    Thanks! Aaron, the N. x Ile de France is [(mirabilis x thorelly) x (northiana x maxia)].

    Josh, that sucks! Hey, if this thing gets big enough, I'll put you first on the list for cuttings.

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    Nice pics! I love the shape on that N. x Petra Giant!
    I am back..

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    Is there such a thing as a "Petra" regular -size?

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