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[b said:
Quote[/b] (SydneyNeps @ Oct. 11 2005,4:55)]Bottom right looks like lowii x veitchii.
I think it needs to be N. truncata x lowii
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Quote[/b] (TyFone @ Oct. 10 2005,5:19)]You think it will do good in lowland? 30C day and 23 night?

Sry lybrand for stealing of your topic ;)
I have been growing mine outside in Atlanta all summer long so I would say it can take lowland conditions too. Pretty bomb proof in my experience.
 
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OK then I add this lybrand  
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I just realised that I cant get it here cheap :p so here is some other hybrid I can get.

do you think think one of this hybrid will do fine with the lowland temperatures I mentioned before?

N.lowii x ventricosa
N.lowii x truncata
N.lowii x veitchii

I can get this for about 30$ and I have some birthday money to spend ;)
 
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N.lowii x ventricosa (wish I had it!), both of its parents are highlanders so I dont think it could survive for very long in lowland environment.
The crosses with truncata and veitchii )which are probably their lowland forms) make the plant an intermediate so these plants could survive for some time(probably quite long)in lowland temperatures of 23C by night and 30C by day.
 
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Yeah, I got a real cheap one, TyFone. Dean only had a couple left, and I got one! Otherwise, I couldn't afford it. In fact, it was still pretty expensive. Just cheaper than most.

-D. Lybrand
 
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