So, it's overcast... but stuff is finally growing, so I took some *slightly* blurry shots
Nepenthes hamata red hairy clone is actually quite a quick grower for me
Nepenthes tentaculata too - though that basal is really struggling to get out from under its mommy (Nepenthes veitchii tendril in the way)
Nep. alata variegata twisting in strange directions because I didn't turn it often enough
Sarracenia flava rubricorpora with the winter's only phyllodia left and a flower stalk
..just had to fish a bad little caterpillar out of the flower so it didn't get devoured!
Sarr. Judith Hindle from Trader Joe's... had it its second summer now!
Nepenthes sibuyanensis xx trusmadiensis finally has more than 2-3 leaves so I guess it likes it chillier? Either that or less intense light.
Nep. platychila finally inflating a tendril after sulking all winter long
Nepenthes ((veitchii x maxima) x veitchii) x campanulata finally inflating something too - I love how this particular plant has kind of a waxy, non fuzzy despite the veitchii in it, pink/orange/yellow color to it. The others... I have yet to see because they came without pitchers pretty much so I'm exited for this summer
A Nepenthes ventricosa red sulking in a corner admitting the fact that it looks weird...
Nep. adrianni inflating yet *another* pitcher... this thing is bomb-proof!
Nep. campanulata x (spectabilis x talangensis) opened pitcher on the right, sitting next to a growing tendril of the same plant on the left, in a Nepenthes burbidgeae x edwardsiana pot.
Nepenthes aristolochioides also enjoying the warmer weather by rewarding me with 3 pitchers
...to be continued..