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Natale last won the day on December 24 2019

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About Natale

  • Birthday 09/01/1971

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    Italy - Puglia - Trani
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    Gym, sea, nature, bicycle, sarracenia's plant.

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  1. the authentic one is from Chris Rawlings, he sold several divisions on ebay at a fair and reasonable price.
  2. Many thank's The plant is really blooming for its growth and its pitchers.
  3. Hi at all, every year this plant amazes me more and more, in this session the pitchers are becoming white, the green veins are disappearing and some picthers have a pink brushed on the edge of the hat: Ch Natale
  4. Hi Fabrice, many thank's, you are right, it is call Morella plant too. Tomorrow I throw it. Many thank's Regards Natale
  5. Hi, I've been growing this plant for a year, initially I thought it was a tomato plant, now I don't know what it is: Can you help me? Many thank's Regards Natale
  6. Hi Alexis, I agree, I also like it very much, I prefer it
  7. Hi at all, this is another clone same batch: Regards Natale
  8. Hi at all, here some my plants: two clones waiting to go white ...: Cheers Natale
  9. Hi, many thanks to all, as soon as I'll put some pics of other clones of the same batch. Cheers Natale
  10. Hi, a small update with comparison of another clone of the same batch
  11. Hi at all, this is my cross: S. Leucophylla ''Helmut's Delight'', L81 MK X S. Flava var. Rubricorpora ''Black Tube''. I hope you like it.
  12. When it grows up we will have clearer ideas, I will update later with new photos making macros
  13. I'm sure it's not a succulent plant or something like that because it was born and currently lives with the conditions of a sarracenia, now in the sfagnera with high water levels
  14. Hi at all, a few years ago, I sowed some seeds of sarracenia obtained from crosses of my old plants. In the midst of these seedlings, this strange plant has grown and I transplanted it to the sfagnera last year. It is a very strange plant, with a hard consistency and in the upper parter this year it is giving birth to something. Does anyone have any idea what it is? Regards Natale