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    Flowering Ping

    P. laueana flower It's here! And another bud on the way.
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    Multiple pings in a single planting with different winter growth timing

    Thanks for the description of your conditions, Jeff! I live in Colorado, USA, where the winter time overnight temperature is usually 0°C or lower and the year round humidity is quite low, but I may try moving my pings outside for the summer and see if they like it better than the sunny...
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    Flowering Ping

    Dang those are great! Love the tiny droplets on P. lusitanica.
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    Flowering Ping

    I wish ANY of the rest of mine were blooming. I think P. laueana and P. "libelulita" would make a cool hybrid, but no dice. But hey, if you want to make a trip down to Longmont with ANPA A you're welcome to the laueana pollen!
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    Multiple pings in a single planting with different winter growth timing

    It's a month later and so far so good!
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    How to Embed Photos in Your Posts and where to host them

    I had a hard time getting images from Google Drive to embed (things on Google Drive have changed since 2014, shocker), so here's what I did to get it to work (thank god for people who make youtube videos on how to do this): 1. Upload the image to google drive 2. Double click on the image 3...
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    Flowering Ping

    P. laueana Sooon! (Please excuse my terrible background, I pulled it out of my terrarium to give it a little spritz of foliar fertilizer)
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    rosette-on-a-stick syndrome

    It hangs in a south facing window with no obstructions other than a bit of shade from some aspens in the summer, so it's getting at least some direct light basically as long as the sun is in the sky. One of the newer leaves has a little bronzing on it. I don't have a humidifier, but there's...
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    rosette-on-a-stick syndrome

    I know it's been a while since this thread had an update, but I was having issues with my nepenthes losing leaves quickly, and I stumbled on this thread at exactly the right time. As the posters suggested, I gave my nepenthes 1/4 strength epiphyte fertilizer. Two days later I gave it a deep...
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    Multiple pings in a single planting with different winter growth timing

    The laueana's parent plant has been basically backwards for years- it enters summer growth in late summer and enters winter growth in spring some time... looks like its baby is doing the same thing. Its winter rosette survived the wet conditions it experienced this summer since I put it on the...
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    Multiple pings in a single planting with different winter growth timing

    Back in the spring I started four pings ( P. laueana, emarginata, gigantea x ehlersiea, moranensis "Libelulita") and a maidenhair fern on a piece of pumice. For the most part, they've grown well through the summer on the tray method with occasional overhead watering, but now that we're...
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    Hi from Northern Colorado!

    Hahaha I wondered if I'd run into you on here!
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    Hi from Northern Colorado!

    Hi everyone! I've been growing carnivorous plants since I was in middle school along with a variety of "normal" houseplants. Right now I'm obsessing over my pings, some of which I've transitioned to growing on a piece of pumice on a south facing windowsill. I've also got one nepenthes hybrid, a...
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