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    Um.N.hamata is very closely related to N.tentaculata so if N.muluensis is related to N.tentaculata then it`s also closely related to N.hamata Right?
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    Very nice looking plant.


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    SJ Have you spoke with OL in Minnesota about the Rhododendrons? They carry some, I don't know if they have the exact one you're looking for. That was my plan as well once my plant got some size and I had a new larger grow chamber!

    Anyway, that's a really great looking N. muluensis! Mine is so slow to perform. Does the deep red color of the whole plant come with age?

    Mines growing in, foggy, bright and cool conditions for about a year now but still only colored in the pitchers and tendrils. But it is young, only about 8-10 cm in diameter.

    Does it increase it's growth speed once it reaches a certain size (like N. hamata who seems to really take off once it reaches about 15 -20 cm in diameter)? Or does it continue to grow slow until it finally begins to vine?

    Psst... If you have any pics of the uppers from your N. muluensis that would be great to see![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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    wow! i havent seen that before
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    Looking nice ;> Is that one of Wistuba plants?

    N. muluensis is not the fastest grower for me either although once it starts to vine it will get pretty tall pretty quick. Nor are they really big plants. Off the top of my head I would say 5" diameter or so. Coloring will depend on the clone Swords, along with the temperature and light levels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (swords @ Aug. 17 2004,9:09)]Anyway, that's a really great looking N. muluensis! Mine is so slow to perform. Does the deep red color of the whole plant come with age?

    Mines growing in, foggy, bright and cool conditions for about a year now but still only colored in the pitchers and tendrils. But it is young, only about 8-10 cm in diameter.
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    very nice plant SJ!

    @Josh my clone from Wistuba only colours up like this during summer when light levels are very high. During winter the leafes are more green in colour.

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    do you have a picture of its uppers?
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    Hi SJ:

    Now i know where to go when I leave Australia. Actually, the South American Andes may give a similar climate to grow these highlanders.

    Tony:

    This muluensis is all dark. Much different from the one you showed us a couple of nights ago

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