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  • thank you for replying Dex!
    I saw your hybrids and decided to get the eymae jacquelinae! it just seems to be beautiful when matured. I have lowii and truncata and robcantleyi, So I wanted to change things up a bit :)
    Hello Favian. My N. eymae x ephippiata is doing fine at the moment. Both these crosses are quite beautiful in their own right, and they offer different qualities. I have noticed that N. eymae x jacquelineae is a slightly faster grower, however I would say that N. eymae x ephippiata is a sturdier plant over-all. It has slowed it's growth in comparison, but it continues to grow. In my opinion the pitchers of N. eymae x ephippiata are much more impressive.
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