So this last Monday was my first vacation/day off for the year so far, so on a spur of the moment, guess where I went?!?
I bought a few plants AND managed to stay within my budget (didn't think that was going to happen lol).
So without further delay, here are my newest members of the family......
I saw this one from the distance amongst all the others, such a beauty!
Got a few babies, pinks always win me over so I could resist but getting two.
And last but for sure not least, the one I've been trying to get my hands on......
I keep staring at them! Is that normal?!?! hahaha
Also a few updates....
Finally got my first pitcher from the second female N. maxima. She's finally starting to perk up a bit
Hey another Big Islander! That is unless you island hopped here... You picked out some wonderful plants, I need to make another journey to mecca, um... I mean Sam's ;-)
Wow was I overwhelmed! It was actually my first time visiting despite being there so often. Its a good thing I had my friend there, he talked the whole time while I tried to act normal hahaha
The last three plants of my spending spree came in this week
Update on the others....
Had to do a full shot, the pitchers are huge compared to the plant.
First pitcher on this guy. The leaves on this one are pure red
Truncata is showing some signs of coloring.
Looks like I'm getting a flower off of this guy soon
nice update,love the look of st hedwig
yeah, thats a really nice colorful St. Hedwig! I got mine a year ago when I really had no idea what I was looking for, still love it but its all green.
Thanks guys I'm loving the St Hedwig as well!
I'm super sad. I was really looking forward to this N. ventricosa x ephippiata cutting. It was doing so awesome and now it looks like it'll in a downward spiral and probably not going to make it any suggestions on how to save it? It was very perky (newest leaf straight up and solid) and now it's sagging and withered.
In better news, check out the N. sibuyanensis x Lady Pauline. It's almost doubled in size since I got it. Seems to be pretty happy