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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    Voila...


    N. thorelli x truncata. This is a wonderful hybrid! Certainly likes warm conditions.


    N. hamata...yeah its a male unfortunately. But hey it flowered!


    N. glabrata pot o moss and pitchers!


    N. glabrata and I.....you can see it likes to crawl around.


    N. macrophylla

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    Nice! The live sphagnum is a beautiful complement to the glabrata.
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    Very nice that N.glabrata is very pretty.

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    great pics!
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    Cool N. thorelli x truncata, nep G! I like the N. glabrata as well, and wish I could grow moss like that!

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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    Hi guys, the moss takes a while to really get a move on. That stuff is german moss from Tony.....my most vigours moss in the greenhouse although I do have a nice ball of native stuff sitting where water lays and it is going bonkers as well with no dormancy.

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    Very nice plants, Dustin.

    The Glabrata looks amazing.

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    Hi Dustin
    Stunning plants as usual,love the Glabrata complemented well with the lush moss.

    Bye for now Julian

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