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    Been a while and folks seem to be in a photo posting mood so figured I would hop on the wagon.

    N. jacquelineae


    N. sibuyanensis x trusmadiensis seedling


    N. Tiveyi x aristolochioides Posted in another thread but figured I would add it here also. I like it more and more the older the plant gets...


    N. burkei AU clone.. finally got a pitcher to photograph. Guess its intermediate/upper


    N. diatas meadow form. This one is orangish/red while most appear red red red


    N. rajah.. 6" pitcher


    N. macrophylla 5"?pitcher. Measured it but forgot what it was exactly.


    One of these days they all might have nice links and whatnot on my website!

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    Great plant photo collection all round! Where did you get that N. sibuyanensis x trusmadiensis seedling from? Quite a defined peristome for a seedling!

    A few questions, my diatas has only begun to pitcher since I added sphagnum as a top dressing. Any tips on how to get the pitchers going? I.e. temperature, humidity, soil and do you fertilise with an orchid fertiliser?

    C

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    all of those are amazing Tony. I really like that meadow form of diatas.
    https://www.instagram.com/hull.jess/ (I post pics of my plants there)

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    O.....M.......G!!!!!!

    Tony, are you trying to KILL me with that jacq??

    Is THAT what I have to look forward too??

    HOLY CANOLI!!

    I can't WAIT! Mine is making pitchers barely 1/2" (macro lenses make them look quite big though, hee hee). That monster is AWESOME! Really diggin the macrophylla, diatas and rajah too.

    How tough a grower is the macrophylla? I've heard conflicting reports. Some say it's dang near impossible, and others say it's of medium difficulty.
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    Jeez. Now I have to get a N. diatas. DO YOU SEE WHAT YOU'VE DONE??!

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    NICE! NICE ! NICE!
    Of course the macrophylla wins the prize! Man that's nice Tony! I'll second schloaty's question. What temps are you keeping him at? Great color.
    The jaq, raja, and diatus are huge!
    The hybrids are fun to look at. You can see the parents in all of em.
    Thanks for sharing!
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    Your plants are very great ! Good looking plants, and what a huge Rajah you've got !
    Truly nice.

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    Hi Tony
    amazing photos [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img] The sibuyanensis x Trusmadiensis is fantastic.you are spoiling us.I have a Diatas and a Rajah which are coming along but hey not even the same league as yours and that Macrophylla [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img] Im awaiting arrival of one so a few tips please.purs LFS to put it in or any free draining mix ?and normal highlands do the trick and do you find it responds to higher or slightly lower light levels?
    cheeers Julian

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