A few newer pics:
N. distilatoria with basal shoot
Green N. albomarginata
N. ampularia 'harlequin"
S. purpurea 'venosa' I think
S. 'red velvet'
S. 'red velvet' and S. 'ruby throat #14'
More of the N. sanguinea
Newest Ceph. photo
Newest ventricosa pitcher
And... a couple other random photos for good measure
Provo, Utah sunset
Me and my monster main coon, Cassie.
You main coon is huge....
I like the color on N. distillatoria, very unusual. Gotta love the way Ruby Throat looks in the fall.
As a side note, while my bicalcarata grows moderately quickly, I'm slightly disapointed at its growth rate. I'm keeping it warm and humid 24/7 , and put it in a much bigger pot, and still it hasn't bolted like so many said it would under those conditions. The ampularia has actually grown more. Maybe the bicalcarata will have a growth spurt one of these days, but perhaps it's good it hasn't grown enormous though, for space reasons.
Looks great, Rich! Your ceph is outstanding.
Indeed. Most indeededly. Phillip J. Frye
Nice plants!!! I love the glabrata