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same plants..new pics

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had to spray some fungicide recently so not too many pitchers lately. here are a few good ones though.
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hope ya like ;)
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The macrophylla is quite nice, although it appears to be sitting on one of its friends...

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You gotta warn people to put on their shades before looking at that N. lowii, you might blind someone! Niice plants!
 
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Wow...just wow. Amazing looking plants rlhirst!

That hamata is hypnotizing. I really need to get one soon. That's an upper pitcher, right? How old does a N. hamata have to be before it starts producing those sadistic looking upper pitchers?
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Est, I think you'll find that that plant is lowii x ventricosa.

Hamata doesn't take too long to produce uppers, as it starts to vine not too long after reaching the mature rosette stage.
 
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That is just a spectacular N. hamata upper. The N. macrophylla is always a winner, too. Can't wait till it gets into greater distribution.

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Gorgeous plants, Robin.  The N. macrophylla is a real beauty and that upper pitcher on N. hamata looks ready to bite!
 

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Great looking pitchers.
I would think it should not be long before my hamata starts to make upper pitchers.
 
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Nice plants.  I like the veins in the front of the N. hamata pitcher.  The lowii x ventricosa has a vivid coloration.  I like the violet reflection on the inside of N. marcophylla.
 
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[b said:
Quote[/b] (schloaty @ Jan. 22 2006,9:24)]SHA-WING!  Wow!  Fantastic pitchers!
Bravo!
I laughed out loud at your Wayne's World reference
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glad you guys liked them! Thanks for the compliments!
i forgot this one..He was hiding!
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this is one of Andreas' clones. I have another one from him that looks a lot more like anormal macrophylla, but it's a bit smaller.

Lets see. I grow them 50 - 85 degrees with about 65% humidity about 550 Fc.

Thanks Hamish..yep hamata starts to vine within about 4- 6 years of good growth..less if you get a large plant obviously.

lowii x ventricosa originated from exotica I believe.



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Those look very Nice!!! I;m still new with Neps. I have 3 in the GH. Grow them with the Orchids. THese are Highlands?? Since they take the cooler temps?
 

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[b said:
Quote[/b] ]Est, I think you'll find that that plant is lowii x ventricosa.

I was able to somehow ignore all the signs pointing to the fact that it's a hybrid: the way it looks (I thought it didn't look full lowii, but I know squat,) the title of the thread, the picture's name... Oh boy! Thanks you for the clarification, though.
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