Just wanted to update on some of my plants. Hope everyone enjoy. This is prob less than 1/2 of my collection. I got tired of taking pictures........ ^_^
Some of this plants were just ravaged by a recent California rain, so there's still recovering.
King Henry - The traps near the soil is super cute
S. 'Judith Hindle' = my very first Sarracenia
S. 'Adrian Slack' x 'Judith Hindle' - Luckily it produced one trap and a new division at the bottom.
S. catesbaei "Sunrise" x flava var. rugelii - the name could be wrong because I won this from my first giveaway. This plant got invaded by ants and the S. won
Sarracenia mysterious random seedlings
D. venusta - From a giveaway, glad it's giving me tons of seeds and new growth points. I think flowering took much of its energy and now that it's stopped, it's resuming growth
D. aliciae - It was pretty much dead for the first 2 months. It's coming back strong with tons of D. capensis around the pot.
D. hamiltonii - This little guy has doubled in size after I sprinkled close to dead ants from the Sarracenia pitchers
D. capensis "Alba" and regular seedlings - Giveaway from Victoria and it's my "coral reef" pot
D. capensis and red - the white background was a mistake since you can't really see the dew, oh well
H. heterodoxa - Very first new pitcher
P. 'Tina' - the new pink is really pretty
P. 'Pirouette' - It's really amazing how pings change color in winter, love the pink though
P. laueana - the leafs are finally cleaner now that it's moved inside
N. veitchii x platychila - the biggest pitcher grew when this plant was outside
N. "Caesarion" - it came with the smaller pitcher, the other pitchers developed inside the terrarium and on a windowsill.
N. muluensis x lowii - this plant was really cute because the tendril buried itself inside the sphagnum when it was outdoors and it developed this beautiful pitcher
N. talangensis - it never developed a pitcher outdoors, and now that it's inside a terrarium 4 new growth point has developed ^_^
N. maxima x spectabilis - This is my strongest growing smaller size Nepenthes