Purplish flowers yay! Nice pitchers too
Excellent cyclosecta. It's never been a strong grower for me, but yours looks amazing.
And everything else is awesome looking too. Also, great shot of the hamata cutting. Hopefully this will help people understand that you don't need 3 nodes of plant to propagate something.
"There is no pain as great as being alive,
no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
loving the burbidgea and spectabilis,real nice
Exo I love your N.burbidgeae*
I see why it is called spectabilis. It is showy. I hope my N. diatas looks as good as yours someday.
A cold one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - SB
Now.....a study in huge and tiny......
N.spathulata......nearly the size of a pepsi can....I really should have found a pepsi can for a comparison...but still....
N.glabrata intermediate pitcher....the size of my finger tip.
funny you posted that glabrata, mine just made its first pitcher and it is near identical in size to yours beastly looking things arent they
good stuff am patiently watching my spathulata its first pitcher in about 12 months is on its way
Time for more!
A look at my bog in the morning sun.
Cephalotus living outside this year
S.purpurea ssp montana, lime variant
S.leuco "hurricane Creek white"
S.pstch x minor
N.sanguinea "orange form"
Bedroom intruder, N.truncata
Welcome to the jungle....
Homemade Helis.... [heterodoxa x minor] x folliculata
New N.rajah pitcher.
N.jamban about to open
N.ovata upper forming
N.jacq....biggest one yet
Last but certainly not least....Seedgrown N.hamata
Last edited by Exo; 08-02-2012 at 02:00 PM.