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By That one plant boi
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Hi y'all!
Just wanted to post some pics of my outdoor nepenthes collection. They really enjoyed summer here!

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By That one plant boi
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If where you're located is warm enough, I would go for it! Mine have been growing like weeds.

If you're talking about the bottom one, that's species #1, BE-3172. Basically it hasn't been named yet.



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By Ben Goudge
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What beautiful Nepenthes! I wish my climate was wet enough to put Neps outside.
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For perspective, I don't get much rain November-May, and the rest of the year is bone-dry. The only exceptions are extremely rare thunderstorms, which usually end up causing wildfires.
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Ben Goudge wrote:For perspective, I don't get much rain November-May, and the rest of the year is bone-dry. The only exceptions are extremely rare thunderstorms, which usually end up causing wildfires.
That sucks. Do you grow yours under lights indoors?

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By jiacheow
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They look great! Where do you live? Are most of your plants lowland plants?
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By That one plant boi
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jiacheow wrote:They look great! Where do you live? Are most of your plants lowland plants?
Thanks!
I live in Central Florida, and they're loving it! Most of them are indeed lowlanders.

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By Ben Goudge
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That one plant boi wrote: Tue Sep 15, 2020 5:49 pm
Ben Goudge wrote:For perspective, I don't get much rain November-May, and the rest of the year is bone-dry. The only exceptions are extremely rare thunderstorms, which usually end up causing wildfires.
That sucks. Do you grow yours under lights indoors?

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I keep them with my butterworts in a sunny south window.
By jiacheow
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I live in Malaysia, too bad I only have a small balcony for my plants. Maybe someday I’ll get some land for that...
By camsdad66
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Very nice plants! Im in central Louisiana, so I'm able to put them outside a good bit of the year, till it turns cold.....then inside the house they go!

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