Really like the regia Luca. The robc and glandulifera x boschiana look particularly nice as well.
I'm only 17, so I don't know anything about Nepenthes, but these are well grown plants!
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The Drosophyllum is supposed to sulk during winter months. They're temperate plants.
The veitchii lineage is really visible in the developing pitcher.
@Graham oh so am I doing something wrong? D:
I think it should be called Nepenthes truncveitchii var. geoffmansellii
Winter temps in Andalucia, particularly Rhonda, Spain are around 60 during the day and 40 or slightly lower at night.
Last winter I had it on my windowsill where it got little light and room temps but in the growroom it gets HL temps, high humidity, and lots of light.
It's hard to recreate the intense light and winter temps over here. Once I get my photos processed you'll see just how good the light quality is over there. Bluest skies I've ever seen, and really freaking bright. Humidity is fairly low, though.
Yeah I can imagine, my drosophyllum does great during the summer. Its goes on my roof so there is no shade at all.