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Hello everybody, I'm new here and I wanted to show you some of my pictures, I hope you like them.

lowii
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jamban
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jamban
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N. jacquelineae
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N. sibuyanensis
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clipeata x clipeata x eymae
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N. hamata x platychila
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talangensis
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N. Judith Finn
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sanguinea
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ventricosa
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burkei
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villosa
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maxima x x Trusmadiensis
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ovata
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flava
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truncata
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aristolochioides x ventricosa red
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Regards
Claudio
 

Nepenthesis

Formerly known as Pineapple
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Saw this on another forum, still jealous of your jamban! :p

Does your hamata x platychila grow fast for you? It looks like it has lots of pitchers. Both of mine just froze in their growth. All of the other neps are growing fine... I don't know what's up. The pitcher it was making when I got it (two months ago) hasn't grown a single millimeter, nor has it died... It is like frozen in time. This is happening with both of my specimens...
 
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Thanks for your comments!

Pineapple: My hamata x platychila is by far, one of the most vigorous highland plants I have, it started pitchering just a month after I got it and it produces 1 pitcher every month, so I think yours is not very happy, try to change the soil or drop the temperature.

uphwiz: Thanks you. All of my plants growing under the same conditions. Natural sunlight. Temperature is about 50~60°F at night and 78°F or below at day. Humidity 85%. Soil mix: 1:1:1:1:1 peat moss, coco fiber, perlite, lava rock and silice sand and a pinch of garden's soil. This conditions work best for most of my highland plants.
 
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wonderful collection you have :) and your talangensis seems to be soooo happy! well done
 

Wire Man

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You are at the perfect elevation to grow highlanders! The all look so good! I've been to Mexico City for a study abroad program and loved it. I need to get back down to there to see the Tlaltecuhtli monolith.
 
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Thank you so much for all of your comments!
Dexenthes: yes most of my plants are new, I just began my colection of these beauties 2 years ago.
 
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