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    A couple of jamban clones, post yours as well please

    Well i have 2 N. jamban now, both clearly different clones and i was wondering how the others out there looked now since its been...oh id say 7 months since the big release of quite a few of these lovely plants. i have a lighter colored clone and a darker colored clone(which i just received from a member, who sadly, is having to stop highlanders so i will be taking care of his plants until he is ready for them again if he comes back into highlanders)

    first off is a pitcher from my first clone of this plant, a lighter clone which i really have grown attached to.

    And a pitcher from the plant i received, its darker which i absolutely love the color on this one. i hope that the two are different genders, as i would love to make species seed with the two


    So how are your guys' N. jamban clones? Both of mine appear to be rather lanky growers, is this proving to be true with everyone elses as well?
    Very vigorous it seems as well.
    Please people, by all means share your thoughts or comments on this species and your experience with it as it is quickly becoming one of my favorite species, and would love to know how everyone else grows it.
    Mine is enjoying ultrahighland conditions up here.

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    Perhaps I should save up for one. They seem like forgiving growers.

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    I have one of those clones released around that very same time. Here is mine!

    Recent picture and pitcher


    Plant a few months ago


    Some of the earlier pitchers



    P.S. Yours is looking great!

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    mmm Jamban sound likes a deflightful little plant. Maybe someday... when I have more money to burn.
    LOOKING FOR: N. (argentii x bicalcarata) x {[(lingulata x edwardsiana) x (naga x hamata)] x [(klossii x undulatifolia) x (aristolochioides x rajah)]} Growlist: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124586

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    Very nice. I love miniature Neps.
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    Ok, here's my clone. This is its most recent pitcher. As you can see, the lid is non-existant. It's currently adjusting to a lower humidity environ. The plant is about 4" high, hard to tell with the moss. Mine is somewhat lanky also.




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    Here is my Nepenthes jamban, taken a short time ago. It has been grown outside as an ultra-highlander, along with N. macrophylla, N. hamata, N. jacquelineae, and N. villosa; and it is a vigorous grower, though a bit on the lanky side. I obtained the plant in a trade with another Terraforums member -- thanks again, aaddaam -- earlier this year and it has since also become a favorite . . .

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    Honestly, I like it better without a lid, haha.
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