Last year I made my first attempt at propagating Cephalotus via leaf pullings, and had success with one leaf out of two, from an immature 'Hummers Giant' and just a week ago, that pulling opened its first mature trap. They grow up so fast
Here is one of my Typical cephalotus that seems to like to stay green...
and my other typical
H. 'Tequila' from Butch, was completely red when it arrived, but since all of those pitchers or most were damaged or have died off, here is one it has made in my care... one of many, this thing grows quick.
new trap on N. truncata QoH x KoS
N. clipeata x ventricosa trap about to pop, and getting a nice waist on it
new N. macrophylla BE clone trap
Drosera graomogolensis, ive had this one for a little less than a week now and its really taking off..
N. tentaculata Murud
D. scorpioides i think these plants must be atleast 3 years old now... infact all of the pygmies in the same pot are the same age, i dont remember exactly what that is though lol.
and of course, my baby boy