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    N. albomarginata:


    N. albomarginata. Red form from Gunung Jerai:


    N. peltata:


    Pinguicula reticulata, with a strange, deformed flower:

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    Angraecum didieri. Such a slow grower. The bud started as a tiny nub months ago and could have been either a new growth or a flower. After much waiting and ang-xiety (ha! I'm here all night...), it turned out to be the latter and really took off once it reached a certain size. This has a nice fragrance at night. Like hyacinths, but spicy.



    Angraecum distichum, also very fragrant for its size.

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    Neps are just gorgeous, man. Especially the max x aristo and the albomarginata. Great stuff!

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    It's been a while, but here are a few things looking good at the moment:

    N. vogelii. Not the best picture but you get the idea:


    N. maxima x mira:


    N. veitchii x burbidgeae. This is one of my favorites but also one of my slowest growers.

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    N. tobaica


    N. tobaica x aristolochioides


    N. glandulifera x burbidgeae, still one of my favorites


    A variegated seedling?

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    Variegated plants are so much fun! At least, if they survive. I've had 2 show up for me, only one surviving (lost a supposedly red albomarginata that was variegated, still have the lingulata).
    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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    Really nice collection!

    I like that ceph and the pot you have it in.

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