A day in the nursery

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A day in the nursery

by TS 1989 » Thu Dec 10, 2015 4:41 am

I recently got a lowii hybrid (suspected to be lowii x campanulata) from this nursery for only $14 usd. Today I went again and snapped a few photos.

Try IDing these plants if you can!

Nepenthes costs $14 usd regardless of rarity. All imported from Cameron Highlands so there are some highlanders in it.

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2) This is HUGE!
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The leaves look like this:
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6) Beautiful red coloration
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9) That peristome...
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22) Striking upper pitcher!
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26) Uppers!
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32) Lowii hybrid again?!
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Biodomes... It costs 12.80 usd (the small one at the bottom) and 15.60 usd (the bigger lady luck).
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Overview of the nepenthes area...
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Now to other plants!
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Their aliciae is huge!

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Beautiful flytrap
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Flytrap costs $7 usd, sarracenia costs $9.20 usd, pinguicula and drosera also cost $7 usd.
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Re: A day in the nursery <PICTURE HEAVY>

by Benurmanii » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:07 am

Man why can't my local nurseries be like that? :lol: They can't even keep a capensis alive.

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Re: A day in the nursery

by TS 1989 » Fri Dec 11, 2015 1:08 am

Benurmanii wrote:Man why can't my local nurseries be like that? They can't even keep a capensis alive.

Shift here next time!

This nursery mainly gets loads of nepenthes from many major distributors like Borneo Exotics, YG nursery (the one in Cameron Highlands) , etc. Greatest thing is that all species cost the same! Hopefully I get to see a truncata like how I did last month.


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Re: A day in the nursery

by Benurmanii » Fri Dec 11, 2015 7:37 am

I think the U.S. is a little more restrictive on imports compared to other countries. All of the European online nurseries have WAY more selection. Lucky that you have the climate so that nurseries can grow so many Neps

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Re: A day in the nursery

by ruruanta » Fri Dec 11, 2015 11:20 am

Waaawww ..where is it?


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Re: A day in the nursery

by TS 1989 » Fri Dec 11, 2015 4:31 pm

ruruanta wrote:Waaawww ..where is it?


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Some major local nursery in my country.


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