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By StephenB200+
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Burbidgeae, Izumia (finally forming pitchers), Diane and Nepenthes spectabilis x robcantleyi CC
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Nep Photos! N. Sanguinea, N. Vivid Machine, Nepenthes (lowii x veitchii) x boschiana (Love) F2
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By Bluefire
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Not the most exciting pitchers in the world, but they're pitchers.
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By Hedonista
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I really like the pitchers in the top and bottom photos, @Bluefire. Will the ones in the last photo stay pale like that, or do they get more color? They are really pretty the way they are.
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By Bluefire
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Bottom is N. graciliflora variegated. The color will stay as is, though the lip reddens over time. Top is N. jamban.
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By DeadlyCarnivore
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Newest pitcher just popped open on my N. Platychila x Veitchii hybrid. Decent size difference from its last pitcher. Also a very pretty peristome, too.ImageImage

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By stephenboss2000
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Izumiae and spectabilis x robcantleyi CC
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By Bluefire
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Camden wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 2:24 am
Bluefire wrote: Fri May 31, 2024 10:09 pm Not the most exciting pitchers in the world, but they're pitchers.
Yooo, sick. The bical is looking amazing.
Thanks. I have had it since February 2020, it's my oldest lowlander. It needs a repot since its brittle pot is falling apart and roots are coming out the bottom. But it has been outdoing itself with every pitcher this spring. Maybe I'll finally invest in a heat mat so it doesn't pout all winter.

Yours isn't looking half bad. If you keep it warm, it will grow very fast! Mine looked like yours about a year after I got it. And it started as a 4 inch baby with paper thin leaves and pitchers less than an inch tall.
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By Panman
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Some of my plants growing in intermediate conditions.
Nepenthes edinensis x bicalcarta
Nepenthes edinensis x bicalcarta
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Nepenthes sanguinea
Nepenthes sanguinea
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No I'd likely ampularia
No I'd likely ampularia
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Nepenthes rafflesiana
Nepenthes rafflesiana
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