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Thread: Nepenthes x edinensis for trade

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    I have 2 potted healthy and growing nepenthes x edinensis plants to trade that have tendrils on them.and i am looking for nepenthes ampullaria, lowii, rajah, bical. Also would trade for a ceph.
    Looking especially for
    nep ampullaria
    lowii
    rajah
    bical.
    but will trade for any nep species that i dont already grow.
    drosera regia also

    The nepenthes x edinensis hybrid consists of
    Nepenthes rafflesiana x (rafflesiana x gracilis)x (rafflesiana x ampularia)

    It grows in almost any condition and is really more of a lowland but it tolerates anything. IT will develop really nice red leaves to purple color.
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    my current nep growlist is

    sanguinea
    alata
    ventricosa
    truncata
    x miranda
    x rokko
    x edinensis
    x ventrata
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (carnivorkid @ Mar. 22 2005,4:59)]The nepenthes x edinensis hybrid consists of
    Nepenthes rafflesiana x (rafflesiana x gracilis)x (rafflesiana x ampularia)
    Not according to the ICPS database. It is
    Nepenthes (rafflesiana x ((rafflesiana x hirsuta)x (rafflesiana x ampularia)))
    http://www.omnisterra.com/bot....rch=all

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    Yea, I think the hybrid N. x edinensis was made by crossing a rafflesiana onto a N. x chelsonii.
    By the way, that pic does not look like edinensis, which is much more squat and raff-like. Also, a clone of N. intermedia(hirsuta x rafflesiana) was used to make chelsonii. It is often erroneously listed as dominii instead. Dominii, as originally made in 1847(if my memory serves me correctly), was the first man made Nep hybrid, and it was gracilis x rafflesiana.

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    Found this in BobZ's photo site, there were only 3 links for this plant.http://www.nepenthesaroundthehouse.com/nedinensis.htm

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    yeah i seen some like that and some like the one i said. Its confusing with those inside hybrids.
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    Inside hybrids?
    Well, where did you get your plant? We might have a proper id for you.

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    i ment like the chelsonii has hybrids that are in that name etc. i got it from frederick meijer gardens.
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