Cephalotus follicularis - Typical
Cephalotus follicularis - "Hummer's Giant"
Genlisea lobata x violacea
Drosera menziesii ssp. menziesii Recovering nicely after the freeze.
Heliamphora sp. nov. Angasima
Heliamphora nutans - "Giant"
Nepenthes singalana x hamata "Red Hairy"
Nepenthes lowii x ephippiata
Nepenthes eymae x (stenophylla x lowii)
Nepenthes hamata - BE #3495
Nepenthes stenophylla - Bareo
Nepenthes edwardsiana - Seed Grown - Mt. Tambuyukon
Nepenthes tentaculata - Mt Kinabalu
Last edited by Cthulhu138; 03-09-2014 at 08:00 AM.
Great update how come you use stenophyla and falax
Because one came to me as a seed grown N.stenophylla and the other as a tissue cultured N.fallax.
Really curious to see how the N. fallax compares to the stenophylla in the end. Great update all around, Johnny. After seeing a petiolaris dew in person yesterday, the hook is dangling ominously close..
Truth as Circe. Error has transformed animals into men; is truth perhaps capable of changing man back into an animal?
There are already some noticeable although not dramatic differences between the 2. So far the fallax is much more hairy and less glanduliferous than the stenophylla. Could just be normal variation or the age of the plants, time will tell.
Is the fallax a wistuba clone?
Oh ok i thought it was a name change and stenophyla was now fallax