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Hi there,

 

some time passed since I posted the last pictures.

So, here are some new ones...

 

H_pulchella_Bluumlte_zpsqpjoqedq.jpg

 

N_singalana_burkei_zpskenf44cu.jpg

 

N_singalana_burkei_I_zpsvzemgywg.jpg

 

H_heterodoxa_ionasii_zpsorea1vm4.jpg

 

N_ventricosa_ovata_zpsh6hayj5i.jpg

 

N_ventricosa_rohmbicaulis_zpsgotgytdq.jp

 

N_ventricosa_rohmbicaulis_I_zpsvaxh9wks.

 

 

N_ventricosa_zpsejeexgmy.jpg

 

N_eustachya_zpsciy4gof5.jpg

 

N_ovata_zpsof0raa1v.jpg

 

N_sanguinea_I_zpsyzknk0if.jpg

 

N_sanguinea_II_zpse8cgjuzq.jpg

 

Enough for today.

 

Have fun,

regards,

Christian

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Nice plants and pictures !

 

About your H. "Tequila" in your previous post, as far as I can remember, the point is that's the name given by EP of a batch of seeds resulting from a specific crossing made a while ago (can't remember the species involved at the moment). As a matter of fact, different clones were released, all called H. "Tequila" but labelled with letter (A, B, C....). That's why sometimes, one can stumble upon a different clone than the "classic" one, more widespread.

Just my 2 cents.

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Hi Vince,

 

interestings statement, I just didn't know that they released different "Tequila"-clones.

But I think, that my plant is very far away from what everyone knows as H. 'Tequila'.

If the same parent plants are involved, there should be at least a minimum of similarity.

It nevertheless is a beautyfull plant, whatever it realy is... :wink:

 

A few more pics today.

This time not taken inside the terra, but in front of the "black wall"...

 

H_Tequilla_zpseihcvdt7.jpg

 

H_heterodoxa_nutans_zpsrg6pwryl.jpg

 

H_heterodoxa_ionasii_zpsryazlgji.jpg

 

N_maxima_trusmadiensis_zpsg0taptyk.jpg

 

N_maxima_trusmadiensis_I_zpsv8f1nxzx.jpg

 

N_veitchii_mira_II_zpsisngchxy.jpg

 

N_veitchii_mira_III_zpszkq5zrcb.jpg

 

N_spathulata_glabrata_I_zpsvb0qjunb.jpg

 

N_spathulata_glabrata_II_zpsp6fkgfif.jpg

 

N_spathulata_glabrata_III_zpsp9qk0iew.jp

 

N_spathulata_aristolochioides_I_zpstskfz

 

N_spathulata_aristolochioides_II_zps1ujk

 

H_spAkopan_zpsjlb40fju.jpg

 

H_neblinae_I_zpspwowzw1q.jpg

 

H_neblinae_II_zpsoyuyax7e.jpg

 

H_neblinae_III_zpsgokg0ahu.jpg

 

N_glandulifera_burbidgeae_I_zpsroml9wmm.

 

N_glandulifera_burbidgeae_II_zps9ss7zpmq

 

N_glandulifera_burbidgeae_III_zps1fsker9

 

N_glandulifera_burbidgeae_IV_zps8zpqpcti

 

N_sanguinea_III_zpsqxaj91re.jpg

 

N_macrovulgaris_zpseqrrccv7.jpg

 

N_macrovulgaris_I_zpsq4xo8amx.jpg

 

N_burbidgeae_platychilla_II_zpscwsg0ii5.

 

N_burbidgeae_platychilla_III_zpspbkxbhuo

 

Have fun,

best regards,

Christian

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If the same parent plants are involved, there should be at least a minimum of similarity.

Well, if it's really the same pod which gave this variety of H. "Tequila", then, you'll be surprised. I found the link I was looking for. Have a look, you'll find it enlightening hopefully ;) :

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Hi Vince,

 

yes, that's realy surprising. What a mass of variations.

Interesting fact, that there seems to be only one variety, that stayed in mind as what we know to be a H. 'Tequila'.

So, maybe mine's one of the others, but I'm still not very sure... :wink:

 

Back to the pitchers, here are some new pics:

 

N_jacquelineae_I_zpsmlqloiyr.jpg

 

N_argentii_armin_zpsssthe07g.jpg

 

N_ventricosa_I_zpsiypoyp7a.jpg

 

N_burbidgeae_zpst1n4tfgf.jpg

 

N_maxima_LakePoso_zpsmxgrahsd.jpg

 

N_attenboroughii_zpsl3r7goqu.jpg

 

H_spAkopan_II_zps6id4fwsj.jpg

 

H_purpurascens_I_zpsgjneazld.jpg

 

H_purpurascens_II_zpsntdjmsob.jpg

 

Best regards,

Christian

 

 

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Hi there,

 

and again, I can show some pics of my Nepenthes and Heliamphora.

 

Here they are, starting with some heli-shots:

 

H_spAkopan_III_zps357ipwdc.jpg

 

H_neblinae_VI_zpsxw4tp0lv.jpg

 

H_elongata_Tramen_zpsbd1qw4y1.jpg

 

H_exappendiculata_Amuri_I_zpsweodcwc6.jp

 

H_sp_Angasima_II_zpswkdtpnf6.jpg

 

H_heterodoxa_ionasii_III_zpskebrfb7c.jpg

 

N_inermis_II_zpsdyjakmj9.jpg

 

N_singalana_diatas_I_zpskblp21t6.jpg

 

N_singalana_burkei_III_zps3zidjuqp.jpg

 

N_talangensis_BillB_I_zpsv2jmqppi.jpg

 

N_ovata_II_zpsekkf9mjw.jpg

 

Thanks for watching,

best regards,

Christian

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Hi there, 

many time passed since I posted some pics of my highland plants. I regularly did on the german forum, but completely forgott to update this thread. So I will post some up to date pics again. 

Have fun!

N_densiflora_robcantleyi_zpssahp95rp.jpg

N_hamiguitanensis_IV_zpsgono8d5c.jpg

N_ampullaria_mirabilis_dubia_zpsngfegxv2

N_spathulata_glabrata_V_zpspwhdxfqs.jpg

N_talangensis_glandulifera_II_zpsotynm87

N_spectabilis_aristolochioides_V_zpsi8wi

N_ampullaria_aristolochioides_V_zps4mmzm

N_spectabilis_veitchii_IV_zps9krmqs1t.jp

N_tenuis_V_zpsaqv6nhf4.jpg

N_boschiana_glandulifera_I_zpsgjhnj4sr.j

N_campanulata_maxima_I_zpsl4zemkib.jpg

H_elongata_Tramen_zps2atqnvpt.jpg

H_tatei_Huachamacare_zpsshrfltnz.jpg

H_exappendiculata_Aprada_II_zpsqicujxgc.

N_spathulata_dubia_IV_zps1atxq8ts.jpg

N_pulchra_IV_zpswnqcyuer.jpg

N_maxima_trusmadiensis_II_zpsao0sbxox.jp

N_dubia_Malea_zps3i8bhenr.jpg

N_lavicola_I_zpsdcgwv95h.jpg

N_sumagaya_I_zpsyksgrfia.jpg

Best regards, 

Christian 

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Great plants!!! Spettacolo e basta: non ci sono altre parole per descrivere quello che vedo;-)

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Hi there,

first of all: Thanks for your likes and your kind words.

The Neps and Helis still grow very well, as the night temps are still low enough. When summer realy starts, the'll slow down a bit,... but just a bit. :wink:

So, here are some fresh pics of the plants:

N_jamban_II_zpsewra7ygc.jpg

N_burkei_III_zpsojsi67os.jpg

N_copelandii_V_zpszzgprigc.jpg

N_spathulata_III_zpsilnkqcbb.jpg

N_spathulata_clipeata_I_zpstfwbq9mp.jpg

N_gymnamphora_dubia_II_zpss5ir2pqe.jpg

N_boschiana_Meratus_zps96v73pkw.jpg

N_spathulata_glabrata_VII_zpsmczjqwci.jp

N_sanguinea_VI_zps7obcefga.jpg

N_ventricosa_IV_zpsobo1e3gz.jpg

N_ventricosa_V_zpskuajq1iz.jpg

N_maxima_burbidgeae_II_zpsgjir6rz6.jpg

Enough for today,

have fun,

regards,

Christian

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What minimum temperatures do you achieve in summer?

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sorry, double post, not sure how to delete

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Hi there,

and thank you!

 

@AKR

The terras are located in my basement with tilted window all year round. In the winter, the day temps are raised by radiator.

Temps in Winter (min/max): 13-15/23°C

Temps in Spring/Autumn: 16-18/25°C

Temps in Summer: 18-20/up to 28°C

 

Best regards,

Christian

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