My collection is starting to grow pretty well now. I figured I'd take some pics to help me document their growth. There pretty low quality and my camera skills are terrible (I was gonna post some pics of my capensis and binata too but I couldn't get the camera to focus and they were blurry) so don't tear me on picture quality, i already know i'm bad. The adlae was a lowes rescue along with both the flytraps. The highland truncata was more colorful but I moved it and now it gets less light. The one pitcher is just about to open. The fourth pic's a pic of my attempt at growing live spagnum moss. I found a couple small peices and I'm gonna see if I can grow them. On a side note is their something about sarrs that helps live spagnum grow? All of it I've found has been around sarr rhizomes. It grows better there than when i try and grow it on purpose. The fifth is a judith hiindle Lowes rescue. I've been groing it in the house and it's really taken off. It came with the small ones and has grown the big ones since I've had it. The sixth is my bellii and amp. the seventh is my bellii up close. It just opened that pitcher today while I was at school. Sorry about that pic I took it upside down. The eighth ( Tangent Alert! I just had to google how to spell eighth lol . And they call me an honors student. I must be more tired than i thought. At least I hope its cause i'm tired.) is a pic of my HL truncata photo shopped. I took it awhile ago but i think it looks kinda cool. The last is a sanguinea I got from Andy. It's great! Some ants found their way into the house and found it. I think I only saw three today. The pithcers are full of them. It's a beautiful plant and if you haven't got one yet you should. Well, hopefully more pics to come in the future.
Just to avoid making another thread does anyone know if it's normal/common for a capensis to send out a flower stalk diagonally ( to the point of almost being horizontal) instead of vertically? I hope my flower stalk makes it cause I'd like some more plants