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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (seedjar @ Mar. 15 2005,4:19)]My first Nep is, too, a mutant (also from Fred Meyer's.) It alternates between vigorous, healthy growth and boiling plant tumors. I keep it around for sentimental reasons, but even if I didn't feel particularly attached to it, I'd probably keep it because it's pretty interesting to grow. I haven't had any strange lids like that; mine most frequently produces failed shoots that have tiny, filiform tendrils about an inch long bristling from the tip.
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    interesting, mine does the same exact thing. It will produce a pitcher that is quasi-decent then its next one will be horribly mishaped.
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    Yes i have the same freaky nep but it has had a lid on a pitcher before. Its waking up from its winter slow down so there should be more odd growth again this year.I should get rid of it really but it is a nep [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (seedjar @ Mar. 16 2005,1:19)]My first Nep is, too, a mutant (also from Fred Meyer's.) It alternates between vigorous, healthy growth and boiling plant tumors. I keep it around for sentimental reasons, but even if I didn't feel particularly attached to it, I'd probably keep it because it's pretty interesting to grow. I haven't had any strange lids like that; mine most frequently produces failed shoots that have tiny, filiform tendrils about an inch long bristling from the tip.
    ~Joe
    hahahahah
    \"Nepenthes, the Devil's Cup\" - Santos
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    Does anyone have a TC mutant to trade? PM me if you like common Drosera!

    -D. Lybrand
    Check my growlist! Nothing currently available for trade...

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (dlybrand @ April 15 2006,7:30)]Does anyone have a TC mutant to trade? PM me if you like common Drosera!

    -D. Lybrand
    hahaha! wow now it seems to be popular!
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    N. 'sphincter'
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    Contrary to popular affection for this plant

    I love it...

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    and i have one!
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