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Veitcheii 2014

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from the undulation of the leaves to the vivid "come get me" around the pitchers that is one lovely plant, can you walk by this without a second glance or do you pause every time?

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from the undulation of the leaves to the vivid "come get me" around the pitchers that is one lovely plant, can you walk by this without a second glance or do you pause every time?

Paul, I cant deny this is one of my all time favourite nep species and this my favourite clone, so far, vetchiis just make really nice plants.

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That really is very impressive... where did you find such a beautiful clone?  And grown superbly. veitchii isn't the easiest of species, so extra kudos there.

 

(*Bursts into tears of envy*) 

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we should run a plant of the year compo, different classes etc etc, I will supply the prizes 1 st prize 10 d capensis, second prize 50 d capensis 3 rd prize all the d capensis, that should make everyone really put some effort in.

kudos due manders, you can grow

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Happiest N. veitchii ever?  Wow Manders, that is amazing!!!

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just stunning Manders,a truly awesome plant,and one of the best clones i have seen,what no fog machine?what kind of humidity and temps is that beauty experiencing ,

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I can only echo what others said, that is a fantastic plant! Not only a great looking variety, but the way you have grown it is even more impressive.

 

Regards,

 

Christer

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what no fog machine?what kind of humidity and temps is that beauty experiencing ,

Humidity is between 60 and 90%+ day to night. No need for a fog machine, although i do run a domestic humidifier for about half an hour around dawn. Winter min is 10C and summer max is ~40C. Theres no heating in summer so it just depends on the weather, 15-30+C would be typical probably.

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