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Winter pitchers

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Hello everyone,

A few pictures of pitchers that have developed over the winter months:

N. macrophylla

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N. edwardsiana:

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N. peltata

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N. lowii & N. xtrusmadiensis

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N. jacquelineae

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N. spectabilis

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N. platychila

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N. mikei

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N. ephippiata

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Looking forward to the Spring!!

Wiser

 

 

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Those neps are amazing, the teeth on the macrophylla's and edwardsiana's peristome are spectacular!! Thanks for sharing these pics.

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Wow, such beauties!
In particular spectabilis. The "body" of the pitcher almost reminds my of burbidgeae. What is that clone?

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Absolutely stunning plants!

 

 BUT i too need the clone of the Spectabilis, it looks very similar to Spec x Talang

 

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21 minutes ago, elvis said:

Absolutely stunning plants!

 

 BUT i too need the clone of the Spectabilis, it looks very similar to Spec x Talang

 

Thank you! The  spectabilis is from Borneo Exotics;  I only know it as their 'giant' form.

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Very nice plants! Absolutely amazing! What are your growing conditions? (light/water/soil etc?)

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6 hours ago, Tropicat said:

Very nice plants! Absolutely amazing! What are your growing conditions? (light/water/soil etc?)

Hi Tropicat, & thanks! You should be able to find details of my growing conditions in a couple of previous posts, but they are basically: 12C min temp, humidity min 70%, artificial lights for 5 hrs a day in winter and rainwater only. I grow all my plants in 100% sphagnum moss. Of course, some species like these conditions more than others.

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