Krzysio

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do you also sell hamata, robcantleyi, veitchii, bongso, truncata and/or hybrids? 
(your links "nepenthes for sale" etc dont work anymore)

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Welshy thanks for your explanation
 

Pearl, Nepenthes such as Hamata rather not go to the Sales section, they are much earlier reserved and they go to the friendly growers.

 

 

 

My Nepenthes robcantleyi x hamata

October 2014
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December 2014
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January 2015
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May 2015
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October 2015
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March 2016
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Now
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Thanks,

It grows slowly but it looks very curiously all the time. It issues me that there is fairest largeness for Nepenthes, has small leaves but big pitchers,

as it will grow not be look spectacularly so, but maybe pitchers will be else larger and teeth will be larger too.

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I am such a friendly grower, you wouldn't believe how friendly i am  :laugh2: joking! 
Those nepenthes look beautiful! I like robcantleyi x hamata best! 

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other hybrids of Nepenthes hamata


Nepenthes sibuyanensis x hamata
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Nepenthes ventricosa x hamata
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and Nepenthes hamata (Gunung Lumut)
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Hamata and its hybrids are really amongst the most popular and intriguing nepenthes. What do you think about sib x ham? I've heard it's a rather dull looking hybrid.

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In fact it does not look spectacularly, but compared to my other hybrids and pure hamata is the fastest growing

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Nepenthes Bloody Mary

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Nepenthes veitchii Golden, Highland (Bareo, Borneo)
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Nepenthes ventricosa (Philippines)
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Nepenthes boschiana (Borneo)
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Nepenthes Ventrata grown in highland conditions
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Nepenthes bicalcarata
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Nepenthes Miranda
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Nepenthes maxima
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Nepenthes maxima i Nepenthes maxima Lake Poso (on right)
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Nepenthes pitopangii (Ivory Colored Form)
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Nepenthes burbidgeae
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Nepenthes reinwardtiana Red form (Bareo, Kelabit Highlands, Borneo)
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Nepenthes spathulata x veitchii
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Nepenthes murudensis (Gunung Murud, Borneo)
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Nepenthes spectabilis x veitchii
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Nepenthes (veitchii x lowii) x spectabilis
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Nepenthes ampullaria x spectabilis
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Nepenthes ampullaria Lighly speckled (750 m, Sulawesi)
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Nepenthes aristolochioides (Sumatra)
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Nepenthes suratensis
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Nepenthes spathulata x adnata
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Nepenthes rafflesiana Giant 99 (Brunei)
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Nepenthes rafflesiana elegans (Brunei)7_09_2016_023.jpg


Nepenthes mirabilis var globosa
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Nepenthes Linda
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Nepenthes khasiana (India)
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Nepenthes bokorensis (location C, Cambodia)
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Nepenthes petiolata
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Nepenthes ventricosa (Philippines)

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Nepenthes albomarginata Red
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Nepenthes albomarginata Green
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Nepenthes albomarginata Red Striped (Penang, Peninsular Malaysia)
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Nepenthes Ventrata
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It is this N. ventrata, which grows in highland conditions, low temperatures at night are conducive to intensive staining of pitchers.

 

Nepenthes thai

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Nepenthes platychila
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Nepenthes tenuis
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Nepenthes izumiae (Lusung Tungkut, Sumatra)
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Nepenthes veitchii Golden, Highland (Bareo, Borneo)
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Nepenthes jamban (Sumatra)
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Nepenthes longifolia (Kelog Sembilan, West Sumatra)
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Nepenthes eymae (Central Sulawesi, Indonesia)
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Nepenthes bicalcarata
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Nepenthes ? (inermis x singalana)
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Nepenthes ventrinermis
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Nepenthes maxima x ventricosa
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Nepenthes lowii (Gunung Trusmadi, Borneo)
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My new plant -
Nepenthes lowii (Gunung Murud, Borneo)
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Nepenthes muluensis x lowii
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In my case, it has a rather wet substrate, in the beginning it grew in the living sphagnum, now has substrate with a lot of coconut chips - pot is high, and it stands in water.

Also N. lowii grow at my place in a very damp substrate - in the living sphagnum and pot standing in the water (as soon as the water will evaporate I replenishing to about 0.5 cm).

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Thanks Tropicat,

 

Nepenthes rajah (Borneo)
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Nepenthes ovata
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Nepenthes burbidgeae x campanulata
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Nepenthes rafflesiana x mirabilis var globosa
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Nepenthes mindanaoensis (Philippines)
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Nepenthes petiolata (Philippines)
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Nepenthes Hookeriana Red
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Nepenthes sibuyanensis x talangensis
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Nepenthes spathulata x dubia
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Nepenthes reinwardtiana Red
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Nepenthes treubiana
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Very nice plants. Nepenthes is my top. I have question about  Nepenthes burbidgeae x campanulata. In picture have this plant orange strips in leaf. Is that some disease? Thanks.

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Thanks Jurkylius,

I think so, Nepenthes burbidgeae x campanulata seems to be very susceptible to fungi, grows along with several other plants, and only its leaves have such necrosis, and above all else in places where water is accumulated.

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Thanks for answer. I ask this question because I have this plant and have same problem. I want know how grow this. He must be in quarantine or can grow with other healty plants?

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I think that it is not dangerous for healthy plants and I cultivate N. burb x camp together with other Nepenthes for over a year, and nothing bad happens. This is evidently sensitive hybrid. Unfortunately I do not have an adequate air circulation (fan).

I will apply a fungicide and I will be posted if the situation will improve.

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