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    I had room but all I have to say is look what I found at my local Frank's Nursery! It cost me $30. However Frank's Nursury is about to go out of business so I am going to be heading back to check to see if the others are on discount. They had about 5-6 of equal size. It's a Nepenthes x Miranda and it is most definately a beautiful plant. Anyone know of how to take care of this? I can't find it in the Savage Garden.[img]http://home.**********.com/users/allosaurz/Miranda.jpg[/img]

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    Whoops forgot about the size. My image viewer automatically shrinks everything down 50% I will edit my pic to make it smaller in a bit.

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    Looks like a very nice find.


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    Just treat it like a typical highlander I hear mirandas are very vigorous. Btw looks like a nice plant [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Looks like what i got from here. They are very nice plants. I have had mine outside and it was staying alive but missing something.......hmmmm........pitchers, thats it. I finally put it in a tray of water and within a day BINGO, new tendrils began to swell and it is growing very nicely now. Mine came in a 8" pot with 12" or so pitchers, about 6 of them.
    Nice find, man. We don't have a Franks here but i have heard several people stopping at their local Franks and finding nice plants. We need a Franks here. We have Mulhalls but they are very pricey, more of an upscale greenhouse for well-to-do folks.

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    Hi, mine is growing very well as a lowlander next to n.ampullaria so I'm surprised that pondboy said it grows well as a highlander too!

    Perhaps it can grow under a wide temperature range and even pitchers at those temperatures! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]



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    I am thinking it is a lowlander also.
    Dustin has one and he is well-versed on all altitudes, I think.
    What say you, Dustin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (superimposedhope @ Sep. 13 2004,2:59)]Looks like what i got from here. They are very nice plants. I have had mine outside and it was staying alive but missing something.......hmmmm........pitchers, thats it. I finally put it in a tray of water and within a day BINGO, new tendrils began to swell and it is growing very nicely now. Mine came in a 8" pot with 12" or so pitchers, about 6 of them.
    Nice find, man. We don't have a Franks here but i have heard several people stopping at their local Franks and finding nice plants. We need a Franks here. We have Mulhalls but they are very pricey, more of an upscale greenhouse for well-to-do folks.

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    so this type of nepenthes it is ok to use the tray method with?

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