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    Wow-wie!
    So THAT's what I have to look forward to.
    I got a very nice & healthy little one from Jeremiah, about 2.5" diamter or so, and it has developed one pitcher with another on the way. The pitchers are jeuvies, but even as a jeuvenile, the one that's been open for a while is a nice, deep red.
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    Mine is also the MT clone. I'm glad you mentioned it's slow, SidneyNeps, because I wasn't sure if it was just mine. Every leaf pitchers, and is bigger than the last one, but it just moves at a snail's pace. A couple months per leaf/pitcher minimum. I have it in pretty classic highland conditions; about 75-80 during the day, and 50-60 overnight, with 50-90% humidity, and it's in good strong artificial light (t5 fluorescents).

    I'll get a whole-plant picture tonight.
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    *starts drooling and creates puddle on floor*

    That is one amazing plant! My N. bongso does the same thing, it turns black when pitchers age.
    Update: Parents convinced to allow me to keep greenhouse heated over winter. Most species will not be lost. Too lazy to update growlist.

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