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    Hello

    Well to be honest the last pitchers have not looked very good. The next pitchers should be a little better.

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    I`d like to see how that D.m.'clumping cultivar' is doing for you Jerimiah. Also did you get my sase for those nep seeds?
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    Hey pond boy.... can you use the Private message function if you're going to ask questions that pertain to matters of only you and one other member? you post doesn't even remotely have anything to do with this thread, I mean come on now? have some respect for others threads... You're not even talking about neps, of all things the VFT the least closest thing to nepenthes... Any ways this is just FYI
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    N. macrovulgaris an atypical lowland or relaxed lowland, because it grows well under intermediate conditions, high humidity, but a slow grower.

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    I also agree with Flip. please have respect for one another and add information that pertains to the topic at hand.

    Now, with that bit out of the way, I grow it as well. Its only a small plant but it seems slow and reasonably easy as long as its humid and warm. It is a very frail plant I think, the leave are awfully thin and fragile.

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    My N.tomoriana is thriving in my room temp. 100% humidity tank. Would N.macrovulgaris grow there. I also want to try N.belli.

    Most people say N. tomoriana is difficult. I think it is very easy under normal house conditions in a small tank under lights. My plant is a small 8 inch plant, but it is growing very rapidly and making new traps on every leaf.

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    Thier thin leaves are probly why they need it so humid. Thats how my N. philpinensis is, the slightest drop and its leaves droop. Slurm I'm not sure since I don't have my plant yet but I would think so. How do you like your N. tomoriana? I like that plant too, its been on my back burn "to get" list for quite some time.
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    Sorry Flip.
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