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    Hi
    Here are some more recently opened pitchers in my neps house. Enjoy [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]



    N. talangensis x maxima lower pitcher




    N. talangensis x maxima upper pitchers






    N. sanguinea x truncata




    N. ventricosa x inermis




    N. ramispina




    N. sanguinea. Recently opened yet to fully colour up.




    N. sibuyanensis




    N. villosa


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    Ohh Lord! Bill these plants are amazing! Ramispina and sibuyanensis are spectacular, I can wait to se mines producing pitchers like that.

    About the sanguinea, it is that an old plant? How old is it? That pitcher looks extraordinary and huge. I hope mine gets like that real soon.

    Well the truth is that all of them look really good. Congratulations!!!

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    nice sib. cant wait till mine starts making something other than its lil baby pitchers and starts producing some more mature. very nice pictures
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    I wish my sib would make ANY pitcher. It's one of the few that I am having trouble with. Your plants are great, bill! I love the maxima x talagensis lowers! And your N. villosa is extremely promising.

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    Ah love the villosa very nice!
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    Very nice Bill! Wonderful coloration on the pitchers. How long have you had your N. villosa? Is it recieving true ultrahighland conditions and what is your planting media?

    Regards and good work!

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    Awesome villosa

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    Hi Bill
    You are spoiling us with these photos,very nice.The sanguinea x truncata looks like its going to be a monster. Cant beat the good old Ventramis and how big is the Sanguinea?is that an upper,any photos of the whole plant?
    Thanx again Bill ,Bye for now Julian

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