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    Been a while so had a play with the camera today. A couple of these plants are quite small but you'll get the idea:

    N. spathulata:


    N. sanguinea (orange form)


    N. ramispina:


    N. 'Predator':


    N. lavicola:


    N. glandulifera:


    N. aristo.:


    AJ

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    looking good

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    very nice. Are you growing your N. aristo under typical highland?

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    Mach,

    Highland/intermediate conditions for all in the glasshouse.

    By the way. I did think the colours looked a bit off/funky once I posted! Just found out I hadn't reset the camera's colour balance after taking shots of my marine tanks. Hence the high contrast, blue tint, over exposure, etc, etc.

    AJ.

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    ha, I was wondering what kind of lights you had on it. I dont know why I like that plant so much (aritso). I am afraid I will kill it if I buy it. I have a few hybrids and a couple of bullet proof plants. I would hate to lose a plant because of putting it in wrong conditions.

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    Very nice! Aaron
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    As the sun shine's through the clouds above the table top mountains,nothing more can be seen then a beautiful landscape of glowing Heliamphora's

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    Hi Aaron
    Great looking plants as always.you dont see Lavicola on show much and the Glandulifera is showing off its hairyness and glands nicely.The Predator is going to be a monster funny how it looks like the Spathulata at a quick glance.
    Keep them coming,bye for now julian

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    never a disappointment
    https://www.instagram.com/hull.jess/ (I post pics of my plants there)

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