gabgabinou

Gabgabinou's Nepenthes

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Hi everyone, 

 

I start a new topic to show you some of my nepenthes.

 

Here you go !

 

 
N. lowii x veitchii
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N. izumiae x truncata
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N. burbidgeae x veitchii
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N. 'Predator'
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N. veitchii (northiana x veitchii)
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Cheers !
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Great idea to show your photos in that way, it's interesting to see how the pitchers develop and colour up. Thanks for sharing, and i look forward to seeing more photos of your plants :good2:

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OMG!!!

You put my collection to shame...  :banging:

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Nice collection and I agree it was a very creative way to show them.

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Thanks mates,

 

Yes, of course I will update this topic as soon as I can ;)

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Stunning plants, like the way the photos show the progression of a pitcher opening

Mark

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Hi, 

 

Here is 3 new openings from my GH...

 

N. maxima x trusmadiensis

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N. glandulifera

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N. ventricosa x boshiana upper
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Cheers ! ;)
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Very nice indeed, please keep them coming :good2:

I'm a sucker for a colour graduated pitcher, so i think your glandulifera is really nice !

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Thanks mate, 

 

The thing is I think that plant (glandu) is really nice grower. Grow fast, but i expected bigger pitchers compare to leaves sizes.

Can't wait for uppers ahah, and finger crossed for this one to be a female... 

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This is my tiny glandy which i only acquired 5 months ago.

 

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This was the latest pitcher and is only about 5cm tall. If it ends up with colouration like yours, i'll be very happy (the colour of yours reminds me of albomarginata 'Penang' to look at).

Is yours BE3613 by any chance ? How old is it and how tall are those pitchers in the photo ?

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Great, please keep making these great photos, love seeing the transition as pitcher opens!

Mark

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Is yours BE3613 by any chance ? How old is yours and how tall are those pitchers in the photo ?

 

Unfortunatly, I have no idea if it's from BE, and I don't remember when I bought it... I'd say the plant is 5 or 6 years old.

Pitchers are around 15cm tall.

 

;)

 

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You have some (all) beautiful plants! Please keep the photos coming!

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Really loving the way you displayed the plants through the stages of development (as many have already said).

The striped peristome N. veitchii (northiana x veitchii) is amazing!

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That's true, 

 

I just did one time this way of showing my nep, and I liked it. 

Sooo, let's continue ahah

 

Thank you :)

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Thank you for your comments ! :)

 

These two new openings at the end of very rainy month of July ...

 

First upper of my N. bokorensis 

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N. lowii x campanulata Can't wait for this one get bigger !

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Cheers !

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Good evening everybody,

 
Having started my training in horticultural production, I will not have much time to share my things (although I was already not much now ...)
 
I made you a new small series, despite my absence, I'm lucky to have my parents that water from time to time, and I thank them because my plants are growing big and beautiful!
The proof in pictures!
 
Certainly the most beautiful pitcher of my greenhouse right now!
N. ventricosa x spectabilis
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So here is a plant which I have no identification, it was generously given to me by a friend few years ago, was like nothing when it formed young pitchers, but it begins to thrive.
It grows with all my other Neps, given the fairly elongated appearance and a fairly developed peristome, I would say N. mirabilis x veitchii.
Any ideas?
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That one continues to grow in its own way, I call N. (lowii x veitchii) x campanulata !
I look forward it prepares me a flower stalk to determine its sex ...
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And this is the last that really suffered from the last repotting in february but shows me its first new pitcher of the year. (a bit distorted but still pretty)
N. singalana x diatas from Cedric's carnivores.
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Good otherwise, that, studies come back after a gap year, it's hard, but it's so interesting!
I'll have to make a big folder with 50 sheets of very detailed plants (name, genus, family, species, varieties, climate and so  ...) you will doubt that I chose Nepenthes!
With my small collection, I think I can make a little herbarium to present at my examination next year, we'll see :)
 
See you soon !
 
Gabin
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Lovely plants, your ventricosa x spectabilis is an impressive size, i was taken by surprise !

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Hello everyone,

 
Here is the first pitcher of a recent acquisition from Australia: Plant Exotica, many others are now also form their first pitchers ..
 
I present N. ventricosa x TM !
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I can't wait to see later what this plant holds for me! :P
 
Gabin
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That peristome :O

The Ventricosa x Spectabilis is from Borneo Exotics? If so do you know wich code it had by any chance?

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Ok thank you anyways. I'm looking to buy one but they made crosses with different forms of the parents. Yours is gorgeous :)

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Good evening everyone,

 

Go for a new serie of my plants, I do not get enough!

 

N. hamata x platychila

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N. ((lowii x veitchii) boschiana) x ((x veitchii maxima) veitchii)

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N. maxima

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N. x 'Miranda'

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N. naga

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They all appreciate the Norman climate, I believe that a small eco system is installed in the greenhouse, I do not practically take care, but do not seem to blame me .. :P

 

 

Cheers !

 

Gabin

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