Karsty

Forcing Nepenthes to pitcher?

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Now i can see if i click on the links, beautiful pitchers!

Can you show a photo of the entire plant?

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Thanks werds 

It's pretty odd that you can't see the photos in the posts. Maybe you should let the administrators know, it might be a website problem?

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I just noticed that when I click on the links I consistently get a message saying I should sign into a Google account to view the pictures. Feels a bit like what happened with Photobucket.

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10 hours ago, carambola said:

I just noticed that when I click on the links I consistently get a message saying I should sign into a Google account to view the pictures. Feels a bit like what happened with Photobucket.

At least it is free!

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Wow that looks really great, It looks a bit like a lowland nep but i think you can grow it highland too? I looked up N. suki: its N. rafflesiana x sibuyanensis.
I have N. hookeriana (rafflesiana x ampullaria) and a N. sibuyanensis. I'm growing both in highland conditions.

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Hi Tropicat, I can see you're back in full force (~8

I've just been growing it in my flat, maximum 25 - 32°C in the summer, 19 - 25°C in the winter. It has just been growing like mad all the time, but has been very stingy with its pitchers!

I've recently got x hookeriana, you can see it on my thread "my latest creation".

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You might be right Jonathan, especially at this time of year. It's positioned so it gets sun starting about 2pm GMT, but we need sun in the first place! When I first got it from a greenhouse that was not especially sunny it had many pitchers. These 2 new ones are quite a bit bigger than the earlier ones.

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