Krzysio

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Nepenthes veitchii BE-3646
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Nepenthes veitchii Golden, Highland (Bareo, Borneo)
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Nepenthes veitchii (Batu Buli - Batu Lawi, 1500 m, Kelabit Highlands, Borneo)
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Nepenthes northiana
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Nepenthes faizaliana
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Nepenthes stenophylla (Borneo)
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Nepenthes ovata (Sumatra)
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Hello, amazing plants but do you have any tips on how to get ampullaria to basal like that as even though I live in where they come from they still won’t or they will just not stay compact.

Thank you.

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Thanks,
Unfortunately, basal seedlings will retain their appearance only with the mother plant (with the main stem - with creeper), 
as we divide the basal plants, they will start to grow up and produce large leaves, there is no way for them to grow like this without a mother plant, because they must have an assimilation surface.
Basal seedlings can functioning only with the mother plant, with the main stem, without it it will not be basal.

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Nepenthes hamata BE-3380 
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Nepenthes mollis (Borneo) was N. hurrelliana 
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Wow what a breathtaking collection, I’m equal parts jealous and inspired.

on the first page, I notice your hanging pots are very tall, and just filled with sphagnum? Why is this?

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An awe inspiring collection Krzysio!! Lovely plants and work in your thread!

I'm hypnotized by your Robcantleyi x Hamata on page 10, I think it has to be the best cross I’ve seen yet, love the pinkish/red color, and that dark peristome! #Drool!  Where was this one acquired from may I ask, or is this one of your own crosses, or seed grown? I'm very new to Neps, a noob one would say :tongue:, but this weekend will be setting up a terrarium (4-Foot) for Highland Neps (First try!) and cannot wait! 

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On 7/29/2019 at 2:37 AM, Tanqueray said:

Wow what a breathtaking collection, I’m equal parts jealous and inspired.

on the first page, I notice your hanging pots are very tall, and just filled with sphagnum? Why is this?

In such high baskets several plants can grow, and Sphagmum I often use as a substrate for Nepenthes

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On 8/2/2019 at 11:29 AM, NewToNepzCam said:

An awe inspiring collection Krzysio!! Lovely plants and work in your thread!

I'm hypnotized by your Robcantleyi x Hamata on page 10, I think it has to be the best cross I’ve seen yet, love the pinkish/red color, and that dark peristome! #Drool!  Where was this one acquired from may I ask, or is this one of your own crosses, or seed grown? I'm very new to Neps, a noob one would say :tongue:, but this weekend will be setting up a terrarium (4-Foot) for Highland Neps (First try!) and cannot wait! 

Thanks,

In fact N. robcantleyi x hamata is one of the prettiest crosswords, it is a BE clone, purchased in Poland in the Roraima store.
I wish you successes in growing.

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Hi Krzsio, do you have a book or considered publishing? These plants are outstanding, your photography is superb sir. Thank you.

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Thanks Keith, now I am not planning a publication on carnivorous plants,

for now I am researching underwater plants

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Nepenthes spathulata
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Nepenthes spathulata x robcantleyi
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Nepenthes dactylifera
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Nepenthes maxima
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Nepenthes spectabilis x ventricosa
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thanks gabgabinou
I'm sure you've seen before because Nepenthes dactylifera is recently-described species from Sarawak, but formerly classified as a local form of Nepenthes fusca.

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Beautiful Krzysio! I saw earlier you stated you germinate your seeds (highland and lowland) in the lowland tank. How long after germination do you move the highlanders into the highland tank?

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Thanks,


young highland species I transfer to highland conditions after transplanting seedlings into separate pots, usually such seedlings are 3-5 cm and more, it is a very different time for individual species

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