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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Amateur_Expert @ Nov. 12 2004,12:25)]Where do you grow all these plants? Outside in NY weater or do you have a climate controlled greenhouse? What happens in the wintertime?
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    1. Greenhouse

    2. Spend alot of money on heat.

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    N. veitchii is fairly fast growing in terms of leaf production. However there seems to be an age factor with this species. Even though they can get fairly large at a good rate they take a long time for the pitchers to really show their stuff. So it's a combination of age and size.

    I should also mention that striped ones are uncommon. Typical colors are green pitcher with golden peristome with perhaps a red flush.

    Robin - thnks;>

    More huh? ok one more.. you can hold this in front of your plant for positive reinforcement.


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    How did you get the jaquelineae hybrid?

    Is it a natural hybrid?

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    Yes Max they popped up in the batch of seedlings from the collected seed. My sample size is not huge but 3 out of 12-13 were the hybrid.

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    Thanks Tony!
    Its a nice hybrid!! And I forgot to say: Nice pics [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] !!

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    Tony:

    Beautiful photos of beautiful plants. Congrats, again!

    Your image of the presumptive hybrid between Nepenthes jacquelinae and N.izumiae AGAIN reminds me of that very dark N. "singalana" that I grow from Gunung Talamau that we discussed some time back. I was not aware, or have not paid attention to the fact, that there had been documented natural hybrids between N. jacquelinae and its neighbors. Clearly, a number of the plants originating in that region are getting even more confusing to the layman....

    Peace,

    Jay

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    Oh thats not fair!.... ooh thats too cruel!... It hurts to look at.....
    Thats what I get for asking...heheh! How big is the pitcher/plant Tony?
    Any more pics of that plant?

    Itching with jelousy [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]


    ps. Do you have any like that available?

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    Robin- Plant size when that pitcher was produced 6", pitcher 7cm. Currently 9". Sorry I only have one plant that size.

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    very nice, now lets get some aristo photos! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]
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