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  1. 5 points
    Thought some of you might like to see this old advert I've just found in a comic from 1971. Anyone actually managed to train theirs with a pencil?
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    N. Truncata n.hamata has plenty of pitchers n.burkei , I thank manders for the cuttings , have three that took and n. Robcantleyi has a flower on the way , also thanks manders that's the n. Copelandii upper in the background:-)
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    Nepenthes Bloody Mary Nepenthes veitchii Golden, Highland (Bareo, Borneo) Nepenthes ventricosa (Philippines) Nepenthes boschiana (Borneo) Nepenthes Ventrata grown in highland conditions Nepenthes bicalcarata Nepenthes Miranda Nepenthes maxima Nepenthes maxima i Nepenthes maxima Lake Poso (on right)
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    Here's a bed of S. leucophylla Hurricane creek white from Baldwin Co, AL. The original site is about 100% altered and 99% destroyed. There aren't any outstanding clones left in the wild like we have in cultivation (well, there are nice ones still there but they don't compare), but there's still a relic patch of plants alive today, here's a link to the story: http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=51000 There's still a bunch of traps have yet to open, so these plants are not at their fullest potential, but they're starting to look nice! Photos taken 8/29/16:
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    Seedlings growing submerged,
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    To give the best chance of survival to the plant at the top, my advice would be NOT to cut the stalk (yet), but bend it over slightly and use something to pin the plant down against a pot of Sphagnum or (peat/Perlite). The technique is called Serpentine Layering and keeps the plantlet connected until roots develop, at which point you can snip the main connection and be happy that it has a strong root system of its own.
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    Or just go full with live sphagnum
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    I agree that is not anything special (but I'm well known for not being a fan of VFT cultivars). For the record though should you insist in spreading this plant: not 'Antares' but "Antares". Unless you want to go to the proces of making it a registered cultivar. Code says informal names between " " and registered cultivars between singles ' '.
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    I thought I could share here some pics of my neps. One of my favorites is this Jamban, I really enjoy seen how the pitchers are getting more and more Jamban like Some of my neps showing nice pitcher jumps And the last one of the day is my Burkei x Hamata, easily another favorite Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
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    I've been advised to move my photos out of my growlist thread and into the correct section of the forum, as not many people check growlist threads and so other nepenthes enthusiasts may then be missing my shots. Point taken, but you're not missing much yet as all my plants are still small. So here goes, you will be able to track the progress of my plants in this thread...
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    PC200002 by Atomium, sur Flickr PC310003 by Atomium, sur Flickr P1060003 by Atomium, sur Flickr P1140003 by Atomium, sur Flickr P1180001 by Atomium, sur Flickr P1190006 by Atomium, sur Flickr P1210002_1 by Atomium, sur Flickr P1130006 by Atomium, sur Flickr P2060004_2 by Atomium, sur Flickr P2120001 by Atomium, sur Flickr P2120002 by Atomium, sur Flickr
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    PA230001 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA270002 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA290004 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA310001 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA310002 by Atomium, sur Flickr PB020001_1 by Atomium, sur Flickr PB020002 by Atomium, sur Flickr PB120003 by Atomium, sur Flickr PC100004 by Atomium, sur Flickr PC090002 by Atomium, sur Flickr
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    Some pics from this summer until now :) GYPSI by Atomium, sur Flickr XMARCIANO by Atomium, sur Flickr coccinelle2 by Atomium, sur Flickr P9020003 by Atomium, sur Flickr P9100001 by Atomium, sur Flickr P9100005 by Atomium, sur Flickr P9150002 by Atomium, sur Flickr P9190001 by Atomium, sur Flickr P9210001 by Atomium, sur Flickr P9260022 by Atomium, sur Flickr P9280002 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA010005 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA050003 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA050003_1 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA110003 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA180001_1 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA180002 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA180005 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA180007 by Atomium, sur Flickr PA200003 by Atomium, sur Flickr
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    Winter is conducive to staining plants ;) Cephalotus follicularis Cephalotus follicularis 'Big Boy' Heliamphora nutans Heliampohra heterodoxa x ionasi Heliamphora exappendiculata "Amuri Tepui" Wild Seedgrown Growing up Heliamphora uncinata "Amuri Tepui" Heliamphora purpurascens "Ptari Tepui" Heliamphora tatei var. tatei "Cerro Duida" Heliamphora ceracea "Cerro Neblina" Heliamphora parva "Cerro Neblina" Heliamphora neblinae x hispida "Cerro Neblina" Heliamphora huberi 'Bonnetia forest' Heliamphora elongata x ionasi "Tramen Tepui" Heliamphora heterodoxa x minor Heliamphora neblinae "Cerro Neblina" Heliamphora exappendiculata "Chimanta Tepui" Heliamphora folliculata x neblinae - Clone 1 Utricularia quelchii "Auyan Tepui" Heliamphora pulchella "Churi Tepui"
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    Hello Carni grower thanks For a long time i was not here. Last created in my second terrarium. Thanks to that terrariums stand in the basement and by lowering the temperature plants have a nice color. Heliamphora neblinae "Cerro Neblina" Heliamphora elongata x ionasi "Tramen Tepui" Utricularia quelchii "Auyan Tepui" Heliampohra heterodoxa x ionasi Heliamphora heterodoxa x minor Heliamphora neblinae x hispida "Cerro Neblina" Heliamphora pulchella "Apacapa Tepui Heliamphora parva "Cerro Neblina" Heliamphora exappendiculata "Chimanta Tepui" Heliamphora pulchella "Churi Tepui" Ɓukasz
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    Thank you for your kind words ;) some new photos to watch :) Enjoy ;)
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    Very nice :) You are talented !
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    Oops, almost forgot about these shots...