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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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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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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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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,


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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Amazing as always Krzysio! I love seeing your plants, thank you for sharing! I don't know if you remember, I was in awe when I saw some images you posted of your Nepenthes Rob x Hamata, I'm glad to say I have finally managed to get some small plants of it, and loving them so much, and really only jumped in to get them due to your amazing photos. My plants are still very small, but can see their traits coming out now, still needs a year or two before I see some great pitchers, but again, thank you for sharing these spectacular images of your collection. I'm not sure if you seen some of BE's latest creations, one I'm craving, but don't have the setup for it as yet is - BE-4079  N. Villosa x Robcantleyi, that will be a beauty! Take care and glad to see you still tempting us beginners with these amazing shots from your collection. Do you use coffee or have tried feeding them coffee? Any success?

Thanks again for keeping us inspired!

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On 11/9/2021 at 7:42 PM, NewToNepzCam said:

Amazing as always Krzysio! I love seeing your plants, thank you for sharing! I don't know if you remember, I was in awe when I saw some images you posted of your Nepenthes Rob x Hamata, I'm glad to say I have finally managed to get some small plants of it, and loving them so much, and really only jumped in to get them due to your amazing photos. My plants are still very small, but can see their traits coming out now, still needs a year or two before I see some great pitchers, but again, thank you for sharing these spectacular images of your collection. I'm not sure if you seen some of BE's latest creations, one I'm craving, but don't have the setup for it as yet is - BE-4079  N. Villosa x Robcantleyi, that will be a beauty! Take care and glad to see you still tempting us beginners with these amazing shots from your collection. Do you use coffee or have tried feeding them coffee? Any success?

Thanks again for keeping us inspired!

Thanks,

I wish you success in growing rob x hamata
Mine grows very slowly, but pitchers live a long time

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On 12/13/2021 at 10:52 PM, Tim L. Heller said:

Hey Kryzsio,

What a stunning and well-grown collection!

I'm especially intrigued by that beautiful northiana of yours! Was it a seedgrown specimen or do you remember the clone? Larger specimens of this species are rare in Europe.

 

Best Regards,

Tim

Hi Tim
Thanks

N. northiana (Bau, Sarawak, Borneo, Malaysia) - Borneo Exotics clone, plant bought in 2013

Regards,

Chris

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