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New collection for an old timer

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After about a decade of having to live without CP’s in my life i am back at it with a very small collection. I got most of these within the last month. I have looked through the site a bit and see a few old friends are still around :)
N. macfarlanei x ramispina
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N. Miranda with a basal shoot (i think i gave it a bit to much light lol!)
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N. burkei
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N. ventricosa x hamata
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N. densiflora x rafflesiana made a nice leaf jump after settling in!
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N. flava
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N. aristolochioides x ? (open pollinated)
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N. ventricosa x aristolochioides
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N. ventricosa with basal shoots
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Misc cp’s
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Other than that i have some D. binata leaf pulls that have started to strike!! Also some no ID ping leaf pulls that look good. I also have a bunch of sundew seedlings that are about 2 weeks old so to small for my old phone to capture a very good pic yet.
Hopefully i can continue to add to my collection...man prices sure went up since ive been out of the scene 😬
 
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Got some new goodies ��
N. ventricosa “denver” x spectabilis “giant”
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N. spectabilis x talengensis
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N. singulana
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N. spathulata x jaquelineae
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Hmmm well i have no idea why they are sideways or how to change it so sorry about that.
 
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Very nice. Spathulata x Jacq is one of the best spath hybrids around in my opinion. It really brings the jacq features forward while being easy to grow.
 

adnedarn

I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az
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Very nice! Welcome back to the hobby :)
Your sideways photos is probably because you have an iphone and it records photo orientation in a way that this forum doesn't correct for. I'm going to be converting to a new forum software and hopefully it doesn't have little errors like that. It's annoying, but the only thing you can do is open them on a computer and change the orientation and then save them. Not really worth the effort, most of us are pretty good at tilting our heads. :p I did read that there is a trick, if you rotate your phone a specific way when you take a landscape (vs the other) it will come out right. But I don't have an iphone, and I don't remember which way they said to go.
Andrew
 
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I totally agree grey moss! I love all the jaq that comes through in that hybrid!!
Thanks adnedarn its good to be back!! I was really excited to see terraforums was still up and goin as well as some familiar members :)
Sangricks, back in the day when i originally grew neps a jaquelineae Was one of my most wanted so i was super excited to see this hybrid available.
 
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