upper right the body of a N.x 'Song of Melancholy' pitcher, center is N.ventricosa x x trusmadiensis, and on the left is N.vent x x tm making a new pitcher
upper left is a little bit of a N.platychila pitcher, the right big one is a N.stenophylla pitcher, and the plant in the center is N.campanulata x maxima AW
N.jacquelinae BE with a blurry N.jamban pitcher in the background
N.ventricosa x hamata working on a new pitcher *already* even though the bigger one just opened!
N.adrianii the last pitcher I had open (the peristomes start green then darken up to cherry ) with the lid of an N.platychila lower in the lower left
N.ampullaria x sibuyanensis
N.peltata who I barely saved this winter and nursed back to health
N.petiolata messed up pitcher from growing into the metal
the last N.lowii x truncata 'wide peristome' pitcher I had grow in. The peristomes start striped but then just darken the whole thing.
N.faizaliana MT to compare to the AW one (bought the AW because it was a nice red color... bought the MT to compare the two when they grow up because rumor has it MT is the 'true' on and AW might be an imposter? time will tell... but this one is pretty too!)
N.x triffid pitchers. So big in comparison to the other plants, that they could practically eat the N.hamata to the right behind the plant
N.alata variegata. Had basal inducers (bugs) is why that second node activated imho..
Sarracenia leucophylla vs. the SoCal setting sun.
My view through the balcony
S.purpurea var montana
the same S.purp montana from the front
S.flava ornata black veins semi-dwarf. Still a seedling but WOWZA is it pretty!
aand the whole Nep.petiolata pot because it's such a good grower with pitchers on every leaf.