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    A small update - The N.boschiana x campanulata was slumping because it's just such a stocky, beefy plant, so it was time for a re-adjust/stake
    -=before=-

    -=after=-


    and its one pitcher


    The N.robcantleyii made a huge leaf




    And I fished out the N.campy x max






    S.umlauftiana flower


    N.dubia


    This N.inermis


    ..turned into this



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    The bosch x campy pitcher is wonderfully shaped!
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
    There is far more to everything than meets the eye.
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    Nice plants!

    Can i ask you what is the relative humidity around your neps collection?

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    I love the inermis! It fits so nicely with the jamban behind it. And those robcantleyii leaves remind me of truncata leaves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maiden View Post
    Nice plants!

    Can i ask you what is the relative humidity around your neps collection?
    Whatever it is in San Diego. Sometimes it's 10%, sometimes it's 90%. Their leaves and pitchers are pretty hard.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    I love the inermis! It fits so nicely with the jamban behind it. And those robcantleyii leaves remind me of truncata leaves.
    N.rob used to be called truncata black, or royal truncata, but there was a re-name because it was found to be sufficiently different to warrant a separate species listing. There are toooonnnns of colourful debates about it if you search the archives of various plant fora for posts about a year or two ago now.

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    LOL! Your finger nails are way too clean!

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    very nice and that is one hell of a leaf size jump on the robc

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    LOL! Your finger nails are way too clean!
    Right?! It's cuz I've been diving. Cleans all the peatmoss and perlite chunks right out

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