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    Dustin, your inermis is inspirational!

    Is that the one you put in an ephytic hangin basket?
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    Very cool stuff, Dustin.
    I assume the N. spathulata just opened? Otherwise the peristime would be red(unless you have some kind of all green clone). If I can every obtain or borrow a camera, that would be the first pic I would take of my plants.
    I would agree you have the happiest inermis around.

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    Some more pics:
    For Jess!

    N. merrilliana red


    N. merrilliana typical

    Dave, uh, nope thats in a typical plastic pot...only things that are in epiphytic baskets are highland truncata and an N. veitchii that is getting ridculously large! lol

    Joe, yes that N. spathulata takes a good few weeks to color up...the top, if you look back at the pic is just starting to get that metallic red hue to it, I have an older pitcher is is fabulously colored, but smaller than the big one there.

    And for fun, guess this one! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]





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    Hi Dustin
    Wow that merri red is bright,does the pitchers also go redder than the typical one?Out of all my neps i find the leaves hug the pot so closley that its hard to get water round it sometimes. Any photos of pitchers on the merrilliana?
    Bye for now julian

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    I like the way that all red merriliana looks, I'm going to have to pick one of those up some time.



    I'm going to say that pic is of a N. macrovulgaris
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    Dustin,
    Fantastic as always! Your inermis is the standard by which I measure them, and your N. ovata is the largest I've seen. Keep it up!!!

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    which merriliana is a faster grower? the typical or the red?

    My typical is amoung my fastest pitchering neps.
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    Arrow

    Your very lucky Flip_Side_the_Pint, my merriliana hasn't pitchered yet, although it has a basal shoot ^_^ Nevertheless, I'm proud of my non-pitchering merriliana!
    Mom says: "Its stupid to collect plants that all look alike! Get a new hobie!"

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