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Hi,

I haven't been there for quite a long time. Actually there were some changes for me me the past 6 months. The major one is that I now live in a house with... a greenhouse ! :)

My plants needed a period to adapt to their new conditions but they seem to grow well now:

N. stenophylla,

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n. spectabilis

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Inermis X bongso:

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A true n. sanguinea:

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Hello, we are the little surprises amongst the neps :

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I lied when I told you I haven't found any red n. reinwardtiana. I grow one :

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(love his cute eyes :JC_cupidgirl: )

But I still search for any other variants, especalially the "Pasia red".

a small, lovely n. tenuis :

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n.adnata uppers :

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Npectabilis X aristolochioides, an amazing hybrid. Pitchered and grew really fast even during the hottest summer days:

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ramispina forever! :e112

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(to be continued)

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next ones :

n. burbidgeae:

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another clone:

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A green n. reinwardtiana (still with cutty eyes...)

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n. alata and n. ephippiata:

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n. sanguinea vines (probably a sanguinea hybrid)

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small but cute n. talangensis:

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n. tentaculata:

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(so erotic... )

n. fusca (with a beautiful flared peristome):

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First uppers for this unknown hybrid (might be n. ventricosaXsibuyanenis, but not for sure)

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I love this hybrid: n. inermis X singalana

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That's all folks

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  • 3 years later...

Hey folks,

I have been too foolish to post any pics for years (and have no excuses for that). Of course these plants are older and bigger now :

Stenophylla :

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aristo (I believe I bought it long time ago from Simon Lumb. Almost lost it, but eventually I found a place where he managed to grow better)

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Long awaited first n. albomarginata upper pitcher. Produces a lot of them now :

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N. tenuis,now climbing but still cute :

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Eating slugs. I was quite happy to find them in a pitcher as these bit**es often eat my orchids flowers !

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Do you want to be my friend ?

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vogellii :

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Eyes, eyes and eyes :

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Beautiful photos :woot: , simply wonderful. Thank you for sharing the photos on CPUK :tu: .

Note: I love the photo of your Ceropegia woodii, tell if its cultivation is very difficult?

Best Regards

Rodrigo

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Note: I love the photo of your Ceropegia woodii, tell if its cultivation is very difficult?

Hi Rodrigo,

Very easy plant. We don't take care of it, it grows in the veranda, not in the greenhouse (Temps. from light freezes to 35°C) in a generic soil. Few watering during winter, maybe 2 times a week during summer.

laurent

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Hi Rodrigo,

Very easy plant. We don't take care of it, it grows in the veranda, not in the greenhouse (Temps. from light freezes to 35°C) in a generic soil. Few watering during winter, maybe 2 times a week during summer.

laurent

Thank you for the response.

Best regards,

Rodrigo

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  • 4 weeks later...

I wish my girlfriend would agree that I build a MUCH bigger terrarium in my living room to have such a wonderful collection!

congrats!

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