Let me know if I can help you out come spring. I'll have a few things ready to... distribute. ^.~
Everything looks REALLY happy. Very nice..
The plants look like they are doing well. However:
The N. rafflesiana isn't N. rafflesiana
I think you said it came from someone else? Might want to see if they have some still and what theirs look like as well as the source they got it from.
As for the other one I have no idea either. Did you have an ID on it when you got it?
Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?
I look at all your pics, and you have some very good plants and pictures!
Tony, when I received it it was labelled N. x 'splendiana', however, it never pitchered for them. So, they never got a chance for ID. The popular opinion seems to be that it's an N. maxima hybrid. As for the "N. rafflesiana" I'll contact them. Thanks for the help.
Recent ceph pic
D. dielsiana, recently repotted
lots o' D. capensis 'alba' needing separation
Group shot of this side of the terra
Darlingtonia babies in need of a repot...damn moss...
My N. eymae has been making gimp pitchers.
But my trunc x vent looks to be making it's first good pitcher for me.
And some random sanguinea "green" cuttings.
Last edited by Monkey; 01-16-2012 at 03:16 PM.
wow I love that ceph! Way to go Chris! Those cobra lilys are also ******* awesome! Did you germinate them yourself?
Yeah, I think I sowed them in june or july, need to check my records.
wow... impressive. I dont think I have seen sg cobra lilies before.
They are slooooow growers.