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    Pics for Flipside [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img]

    N. albomarginata purple/black Been dreary all year so color is kinda lacking..


    N. albomarginata rubra. Interesting the color difference. Top half of the pitcher was above the leaves while the bottom half was down below them. You can see the color of the leaf too across the top vs the normal green of the other N. albomarginata


    N. longifolia red clone from Malesiana. 3" pitcher so still a baby


    N. rafflesiana var. nivea.


    N. adnata


    The lower 2 are a little dark as the weather is dreary here again and they are in my heated grow chamber while the other 3 are out in the main greenhouse where the light is a little brighter today.

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    Nice! Diggin' the longifolia. Really nice color!
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    Yeah I second that.
    Pink leaves? Will it keep that when mature?
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    sure will, phyrex. alot of neps have pink/red/orange leaves in good light

    that adnata is AWESOME.

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    wow, how kind!! ! !

    I love all those photos and that red alobo looks just as nice as the one you sent me.
    That longifolia is very nice, I've been contemplating buying that one for along time.
    Also Tony, that N. albomarginata purple/black is still stunning. I hardly ever see those.
    that adnata is whats making me drool. Can't wait to eventually get one or two or three.

    Is that form of raff, as it matures more prodominatly green with a red peristome? thats very interesting.

    Tony, you know someday you're going to have to post piocs of those rowanae cuttings you have chambered up... =wink= =wink

    its nice to see a lowland pic thread... seeing as they're not as popular.....
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    I`m realy likeing that N. albomarginata rubra,but that adnata is real neat too.
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    Hi Tony
    Nice looking plants.I have Albo rubra and the spotted forms but alas not the black form which looks very nice.
    As David said the Longifolia is lovely and is it true that it is cool with a shady aspect??

    Bye for now Julian

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