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    Just a few shots from my modest collection. Sorry for the poor photo quality, my photography skills are not what someone would describe as "up to par".

    D. scorpioides gemmae sprouting - many thanks, jonnyq!




    N. ventricosa looking quite robust.


    N. ventricosa - different clone


    Baby ventricosa from seed


    D. dichotoma 'Giant' with prey


    N. spathulata x platychila - older pitcher


    N. spthulata x platychila - newly opened pitcher with nice striping



    N. spathulata x glabrata looking colorful


    Older N. spathulata x glabrata pitcher not looking quite as colorful - curious indeed.


    N. spathulata x glabrata newest pitcher


    Happy D. capensis seedlings


    Unhappy D. capensis seedlings - I ran out of space to put these


    Thanks for looking, more to follow later!

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    I may be wrong, but your "ventricosa" looks more like a ventrata or plain alata.

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    Those are ventricosa. They don't get the famous hourglass pitchers until they mature.
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    I'm pretty sure it's pure, but I could be wrong about that as well. I'm positive that it's not an alata, the peristome has teeth that alata doesn't have and does very well in highland conditions that would have slowed down lowland/intermediate N. alata. The internodes also seem shorter than what is standard for ventrata. It was given to me as a ventricosa, so that's what I'll call it for now.

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    I haven't updated this in a while, thought it would be nice to post some more pics:

    Huge mound of ventricosa basal shoots - I'm hoping to turn this guy into a nepenthes bush.


    talangensis x robcantleyi - I love the distortion effect of the condensation



    capensis quite happy among the pond slime.


    Absolute monster leaf jump on the spathulata x platychila - I now have a newfound fondness for french roast coffee

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    Ventricosa hanging out.


    A very colorful and tubby complex hybrid - (ventricosa x sibuyanensis) x mira


    burkei x hamata - I can't wait to see the teeth on this guy once he gets larger!


    fusca flared peristome finally decided to throw out a new pitcher. It seems to have perked up now that the days are warming up a bit.

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    D. burkeana germinated on peat/sand


    D. burkeana germinated on sphagnum


    singalana x aristolochioides - the newest pitcher hasn't colored up yet


    boschiana x glandulifera - more colorful than the glandulifera x boschiana from Malesiana Tropicals, in my opinion

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    Never heard of D burkeana until I read your post. Googled it and I have to say I love how the adult plant looks! Eager to see how your seedlings grow up. Will have to keep an eye out for one of those beauties.

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    spathulata x platychila newest pitcher:

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    boschiana x glandulifera nectar globules - I guess this plant takes after the glandulifera more than I thought!



    The sarracenia are now in full bloom.


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    Very nice! I like your use of yogurt cups

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