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    That's the thing, it isn't a variety, but rather...

    That's the thing, it isn't a variety, but rather a complex hybrid that happens to remain extremely small thus far (producing its first intermediate pitcher at less than 4 inches in diameter). It's...
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    Ha, yeah, I probably have the only plant that has...

    Ha, yeah, I probably have the only plant that has produced intermediate pitchers that small, and it will be a long time before I can be sure that it'll remain small long term and to propagate it.
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    Poll: Hey, was that one from me? If so, I'd love to see...

    Hey, was that one from me? If so, I'd love to see how the other one has grown up as well.
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    Poll: Lol, 3 way tie for a thing that doesn't even have...

    Lol, 3 way tie for a thing that doesn't even have the hall of fame updated anymore.
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    I numbered your questions so I could number my...

    I numbered your questions so I could number my answers to them.

    1. That humidity should be fine, and I wouldn't bother misting the plants ever. Misting doesn't really do much.

    2. Never put...
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    It is very good that it has two bundles of...

    It is very good that it has two bundles of flowers and that one is not open yet! My friend's male flowers are currently ripening and will be good for harvesting soon, so hopefully he could get some...
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    Oh dear, I don't know if anyone in the US could...

    Oh dear, I don't know if anyone in the US could get pollen shipped to you fast enough with all the flowers already open. You gotta seek out pollen before that, heck, before any of the flowers are...
  8. The humidity in your area is so naturally high...

    The humidity in your area is so naturally high that I don't think you need to artificially increase it at all to get plentiful pitchers from most of your plants (bicalcarata and ampullaria might drop...
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    Sounds like a plan, dude.

    Sounds like a plan, dude.
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    I've grown it for a while. Not a hard plant by...

    I've grown it for a while. Not a hard plant by any means, but might need higher than typical ambient humidity at smaller sizes (might be a quirk of the BE clone I have). It does, however, grow...
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    It's only been a few days since you sprayed it;...

    It's only been a few days since you sprayed it; it'll be a while before the plant recovers, and as I said before, after another 3 days from today you'll need to spray again. You should also change...
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    Poll: I fixed it for you...

    I fixed it for you
    https://i.imgur.com/5rIreop.jpg?1
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    No, damage to the roots wouldn't make the main...

    No, damage to the roots wouldn't make the main growth point look like that; only sort of physical damage that could is damage directly to the growth point. I'd conclude aphids. Neem oil would cause...
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    It is possible if you weren't very gentle with...

    It is possible if you weren't very gentle with repotting that you severely damaged the plant. If it has basals which are entirely unaffected, feel free to remove some of them and root them away from...
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    I'd say that stress from repotting wouldn't be...

    I'd say that stress from repotting wouldn't be the cause of this. Ventratas are extremely tough to the point that you'd have to purposely damage it to get anything noticeable. Check the undersides of...
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    Poll: https://i.imgur.com/XIpKKs1.jpg Might as well...

    https://i.imgur.com/XIpKKs1.jpg

    Might as well put this here, my weirdly pinkish N. vogelii pitcher.
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    Nepenthes Pollen

    My ventricosa x (aristolochioides x thorelii) is blooming, and it turned out to be male. I am wondering if anyone would like to make a cross with it.

    https://i.imgur.com/YbGuJq7.jpg

    Pitchers...
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    Give Away 1.) tmurphy44870 D. Venusta thank you! 2....

    1.) tmurphy44870 D. Venusta thank you!
    2. Raistlarn- thank you
    3. Coursair - thank you !
    4. Grey Moss - Thanks for a very generous giveaway
    5. Plant Heathen - So generous! Thank you fore the...
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    From personal experience, this is correct. I will...

    From personal experience, this is correct. I will be eternally bitter about my grandmother's cat chewing off the growth tip of my N. dubia.
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    It's an intermediate/highlander that, from...

    It's an intermediate/highlander that, from personal experience, grows perfectly fine on a windowsill. In fact, mine never even had the delay in growth that most neps experience after getting into a...
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    Oh no, hamata is definitely fussy about nighttime...

    Oh no, hamata is definitely fussy about nighttime temp drops. That, and small ones are pretty demanding when it comes to humidity as well.

    I'd recommend vogelii as a species perfect for...
  22. Looking For (trade) In cultivation, female plants often flower a...

    In cultivation, female plants often flower a month later than male plants do, so be sure to store some pollen in a cool place.
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    No, in fact, rafflesiana is known to be one of...

    No, in fact, rafflesiana is known to be one of the easiest lowland species to grow. Is this plant new to your collection? What are the symptoms it is experiencing, aside from what I infer to be...
  24. Thread: Neps,pings

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    Looking For (trade) I PM'ed you a couple days ago, but no response...

    I PM'ed you a couple days ago, but no response...
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    Time for an update on these plants. The...

    Time for an update on these plants.

    The treubiana is looking amazing and has finished acclimating to ambient humidity. I have found this to be a very easy species to grow thus far. ...
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