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    It's been quite a while! Time for an update!

    Overview by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    Overview by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    Overview by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. robcantleyi SG BE by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. robcantleyi SG BE by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. petiolata TC BE by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. peltata BE TC by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. veitchii (Maliau Basin) SG NE by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. spathulata SG SBT by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. dubia (Malea) TC AW by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. pulchra TC AW by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    H. parva TC AW by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    Quite happy with the progress on these two!
    N. RHH (ronchinii) SG JH by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    N. macrophylla SG JH by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    And as always, a few nice orchids in bloom!
    Phrag. besseae ('Bleeding Heart' x 'Colossal&#x27 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    D. cuthbertsonii by Mike Fallen, on Flickr

    D. cuthbertsonii (Red) by Mike Fallen, on Flickr
    Good Growing!
    -Mike Fallen

    My Growlist: http://highlandtropicals.blogspot.co...-growlist.html

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    That pulchra is stunning! I didn't know it could get so dark.

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    That pulchra really is great. Is it an easy grower for you? How fast is it?

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    The pulchra was a nice surprise. I was expecting it to look like petiolata coloration-wise, but it's obviously it's far darker. It seems to be an easy going plant for me, it really didn't even show any signs of shock after traveling all the way from Germany. It's on the slower side in terms of growth rate, but the pitchers last a very long time.
    Good Growing!
    -Mike Fallen

    My Growlist: http://highlandtropicals.blogspot.co...-growlist.html

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