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    Four nice new pitchers

    N. adrianii - this one's just getting better and better!


    N. eymae x spectabilis - first pitcher for me, tank-grown from a small cutting with only two leaves


    N. ventricosa x (x trusmadiensis) - actually much nicer with than without flash


    N. macfarlanei - a very nice surprise from this tiny seedling! After killing one last year, I think this one's now acclimated enough to survive the summer.

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    Wow! Those are really lovely. I especially like the N. eymae x spectabilis.

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    I like the ventricosa hybrid.

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    Great pics. are those grown in lowland or highland conditions?
    I like the N. adrianii. should look even better when it grows up
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    Lovely N. macfarlanei! Very tough plant to settle in I've found.

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    Beautiful as always Hans!
    The Ventri x (trus) is a champ

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    Thanks for the nice comments, muchachos.

    I grow them outside, 100 miles north of the tropics, so in winter they have highland and in summer lowland conditions.

    I really hope I'll get the macfarlanei through the summer...

    I don't kow how grown-up that adrianii is; this pitcher measures about three 1/2 inches. The plant is enormously vigorous and sports some of the healthiest and crispy-greenest leaves in my collection. (Maybe the bugs an fungi just haven't found it yet :-) )

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    The N. ventricosa x (x trusmadiensis) is way cool!
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