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By Rusty-Shackleford
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Joined:  Mon Jan 07, 2019 5:11 am
#328084
I love the nepenthes densiflora x robcantleyi. Mine has really good coloration. Not sure if it was a clone or seed grown , it was about 4 years ago when I got it.

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By nepenthesl0ve
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Joined:  Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:33 am
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yeah I had one about 6 years ago and mine was also a beauty too! Had to get it again. :D

idk if you still have the code on your tag but the BE3573 is a mixture of 20 seedlings they put in tissue culture so there is variety but the plants customers receive are not truly seedlings anymore. Could you post a photo of yours? :mrgreen: thanks for stopping in
By nepenthesl0ve
Posts:  71
Joined:  Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:33 am
#328118
striped peristomes are great but when its a dark and medium color combo you have a great plant there!

more arrivals, more photos!

this guy opened up recently, think the plants are happy in their new home :)

ventricosa x spectabilis
ImageIMG_1718 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

baby robc
ImageIMG_1721 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

truncata seedling
ImageIMG_1722 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

ImageIMG_1737 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1738 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

ImageIMG_1739 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1740 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

spectabilis x hamata
ImageIMG_1741 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1742 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1743 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

ImageIMG_1744 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

getting full in here :mwahaha: i can hang at least 20 plants from the top when they get large and also good chance i make this setup bigger come spring or summer. god i love these plants, feels great to be back in the hobby!
By nepenthesl0ve
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Joined:  Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:33 am
#328496
some new plants came in today and also took a few shots of some hamata hybrids that have opened up recently :)

ImageIMG_1798 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1802 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1806 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1809 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

ImageIMG_1810 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1812 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1813 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1814 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

red hairy hamata
ImageIMG_1834 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

red hairy hamata x tentaculata
ImageIMG_1835 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

spectabilis x platychila
ImageIMG_1836 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1837 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

mirabilis x hamata
ImageIMG_1840 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1843 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

undulatifolia x hamata
ImageIMG_1845 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1846 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

thorelii x hamata
ImageIMG_1847 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1848 by myles geishecker, on Flickr


filling up quickly!
ImageIMG_1850 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
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By Rusty-Shackleford
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#328499
That looks very similar to my hairy red. Besides that my Robcantleyi x hamata died out of no where was 4 years old.

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By nepenthesl0ve
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Joined:  Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:33 am
#328508
not many sources for the red hairy hamatas, they may be cousins lol

sorry to hear that, did the whole thing just turn brown?
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By Rusty-Shackleford
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#328513
Yeah it did. Was nice sized and turned. I am guessing root rot or maybe disease.

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By nepenthesl0ve
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Joined:  Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:33 am
#329097
few more arrivals today!

Absolutely thrilled with this new Christian Klein briggsiana
ImageIMG_1963 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1961 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

inermis
ImageIMG_1964 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1965 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

glabrata x hamata
ImageIMG_1966 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
ImageIMG_1968 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

burkei x hamata
ImageIMG_1970 by myles geishecker, on Flickr

singalana x burkei i love the look of this one!
ImageIMG_1971 by myles geishecker, on Flickr
By nepenthesl0ve
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Joined:  Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:33 am
#329103
Thanks :) if you cant get true highland temps often times hybrids will be much more forgiving and can handle less of a day to night temp drop. We are blessed today with how many wonderful hybrids have been created and offered on the market.
By nepenthesl0ve
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Joined:  Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:33 am
#329108
highlanders love chilly, the tricky part is getting a large temp drop from day to night. ideally you would want to get the growspace to mid to upper 70s and then down to 50-55 at night. if you set it up just so, the light you use can supply heat to warm the closed greenhouse above temp of surrounding area. 60 is low enough to keep most highlanders happy, maybe just avoid the most picky like villosa. if you have any questions going forward just ask :)
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