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Thread: A couple of jamban clones, post yours as well please

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    to tell you the truth, i have no idea. the pot is a 4" tall pot though, just for scale.
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    "There is no pain as great as being alive,
    no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
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    HA! I've got you all crushed.. This beauty really takes the cake.


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    Damn... that spag really is beautiful...

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    Well I'm not gonna be outdone by MASS!


    Here's my N. jamban (s) in their foggy tank



    The leftmost tip cutting looks like should be making a pitcher soon!
    Dormant nodes on the other sections have poked out but not begun developing yet, so they're a toss up.

    My excuse why it's like this: I was lazy and I left it potted the way it had arrived and didn't put it in a nice open airy mix like I should have and the roots died. So I chopped it into 4 pieces and treated as vine cuttings and crossed my fingers, at least it looks like I'll still have the one plant.

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    I just got mine a couple weeks ago, so I can't take any credit for its growth. However, I will take credit for actually keeping it alive for the 2+ weeks





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    Let me join your party! Here is mine:

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    If you know other unique plants that can walk, can talk, can sing, or can eat people, please tell me and I definitely want to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    How big do these get? The pictures I saw online my the pitchers look massive, but I guess it was just the photos. They look awesome!
    I wonder this also. The uppers I hoped to be 6" across when I first saw them. But now, seeing how small the plant remains, I'd guess they might reach 3" or 4", if that, across. Total guess.

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