These are a few plants that I have raised from seed that I produced by self pollinating my plant.
I have 3 of these for trade and they are of blooming size. If they do not start to spike this year then they should spike next year. I have seen spikes on two of their siblings already. They should look very similar to the mother plant since it is just a selfing. This is a pendulous flowering orchid. Meaning you have to hang it for the spike to dangle beneath the plant. It is a fragrant orchid. It is not the standard sweet smell, but one that I like none the less. It is different.
Here is a picture of the mother plants flower.
And here is a picture of the mother plant.
This plant likes to be planted in a loose LFS. It likes to stay most but not sopping wet. I had the small plants potted in a plastic pot with a layer of orchid bark on the bottom with a loose layer of LFS on top and they loved it. This is a thin leafed orchid so they do not like too much sun. I grow them in my GH under 50% shade cloth over the summer. The leaf tips get dark, but that could be because of my water.
I am mainly interested in Nepenthes. I am not interested in sundews. Feel free to make offers.
Thanks for looking.