Holland Hybrid

Andrew Flostrand (flostran@sfu.ca)
Tue, 28 Nov 1995 15:52:03 -0800

Hello all,

I was recently traded a Nepenthes plant which is only known by the guy I
got it from as a "Holland Hybrid". I'm wondering if anyone on this list
has any idea what the breeding of this plant might be. I'm hoping that it
was someone on this list who may have created the first one and coined the
name, and who knows what it's made up of.

Are there any other ways of sourcing the makup of a plant than knowing its


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