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    Thanks! It is a really hardy plant from EP. Keeps some lid hairs from Ephippiata but has more size and a peristome that turns golden over time like Veitchii.
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    Loving all the pictures and the beautiful Neps!

    I like to tell people that my favorite CP is a Nepenthes. But that is like saying my favorite part of science is the Periodic Table and then confessing I only really know 12 elements....

    Watching all your guys' replies on this thread has been intimidating! Casually throwing out specific knowledge and even RECOGNITION of some of those hybrid Neps and their parentage is truly inspiring! I need to go to Nepenthes school and learn all the varieties and parent plants so I can join in on the fun in a thread like this someday!

    15 years later and still a newb to several parts of the Carnivorous Plant world!

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    Some updates on plants that have been on this thread before.

    N. Robcantleyi x (Aristolochioides x Spectabilis)

    N. Robcantley x (Aristolochioides x Spectabilis)


    N. Truncata x Talangensis

    N. Tuncata x Talangensis ('Titanic Triumph')


    N. x Trusmadiensis

    N. x Trusmadiensis (Wistuba clone 1)


    N. Lowii x (Lowii x Truncata)

    N. Lowii x (Lowii x Truncata) EP. -- This one has been the slowest plant ever. 1 pitcher every 3 months...


    N. Platychila x Vogellii

    N. Platychila x Vogellii


    N. Hamata

    N. Hamata
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    Recently finished a major project in moving all 100+ neps to a grow-tent setup. Some casualties, but I am hopeful that most of the plants will start to flourish in the new stable conditions.

    N. Platychila x Lowii

    N. Platychila x Lowii (Christian Klein)


    N. Burbidgeae

    N. Burbidgeae (BE)


    N. Aristolochioides x Spectabilis

    N. Aristolochioides x Spectabilis (BE)


    N. Ramispina x Reinwardtiana

    N. Ramispina x Reinwardtiana


    N. Truncata x Ventricosa

    N. Truncata x Ventricosa


    N. Undulatifolia x Hamata

    N. Undulatifolia x Hamata


    And finally a picture of part of the new setup. Not pictured is another another table for the larger plants and a rack for the baby plants.

    Tent
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    wow thats a big undertaking! glad most made the move safely and can now settle into their new home

    the N. Undulatifolia x Hamata is beautiful!!!
    lover of toothy species and hybrids

    Growlist

    highland tent

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    Quote Originally Posted by nepenthesl0ve View Post
    wow thats a big undertaking! glad most made the move safely and can now settle into their new home

    the N. Undulatifolia x Hamata is beautiful!!!
    Thank you! I forgot to mention that this all happened during a snowstorm
    I couldn't have picked a colder weekend to transport everything, but at least the plants got to experience their first snow!
    Have a wonderful day!
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    must have been a bad and sudden change to have to get them out so fast! I lost about 150 neps to a building fire so very glad your situation had a happier ending
    lover of toothy species and hybrids

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    Quote Originally Posted by nepenthesl0ve View Post
    must have been a bad and sudden change to have to get them out so fast! I lost about 150 neps to a building fire so very glad your situation had a happier ending
    Oh no! That is really sad to hear. I hope you have bounced back! I am not sure what I would do if they all died suddenly... I have had nightmares
    Have a wonderful day!
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