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Old 21st June 2010, 07:09 AM
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not necessarily, spectabilis leaves turn deep red in good lighting
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Old 21st June 2010, 12:16 PM
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wow, very nice spectabilis you have there!

mine after a sticky start on lowland condition......notice the wobbly outline of the pitcher, however i am proud to have these little 'true gem' so cway, get one for yourself.....
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wow, very nice spectabilis you have there!

mine after a sticky start on lowland condition......notice the wobbly outline of the pitcher, however i am proud to have these little 'true gem' so cway, get one for yourself.....

Wow, does this cause you an arm or leg? or both arms and legs

btw, where do you get them?
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Old 21st June 2010, 01:03 PM
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thought i would share some pics of my young spectabilis pangulobau as well, the mature representations of this form show a much more tubby pitcher, and not near as extreme peristome...but we will see


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Very nice spec there SK... Hope you'll be able to do a species breesding in the near future

Kevyn,
Good job .I gave up on growing spectabilis in LL condition after they died eventually.... however those spectabilis hybrids is doing well for me
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Old 21st June 2010, 03:25 PM
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NepNut - spect hybrids are great, i only grow two currently though, spectabilis x aristolochioides and spectabilis x talangensis...

i really do hope to do some species breeding between my two mature plants, and hopefully the pangulobau plant will catch up so i can use him/her for more genetic variation and interesting species forms in the future
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Wow, does this cause you an arm or leg? or both arms and legs

btw, where do you get them?
don't cost an arm or leg lah......got it from YG...

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Very nice spec there SK... Hope you'll be able to do a species breesding in the near future

i agree!!

Kevyn,
Good job .I gave up on growing spectabilis in LL condition after they died eventually.... however those spectabilis hybrids is doing well for me
should try again.....mine not doing well too at the beginning.....but after trial and error.....managed to raised a decent pitcher...

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thought i would share some pics of my young spectabilis pangulobau as well, the mature representations of this form show a much more tubby pitcher, and not near as extreme peristome...but we will see


its so nice.....!!
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Kevyn,
I tried twice.... and both time encountered the same fate... it won't die right away but eventually mine just gave up...
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I tried twice.... and both time encountered the same fate... it won't die right away but eventually mine just gave up...
since YG is having sale...why dont you angkut a few to try again.....?

they have 'sinabung' and 'sibuatan' varieties in stock...
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If you willing to sponsor then I will try again...
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