Ooh they're all nice! And your dubia is sooo much more colorful than mine
nice looking singalana.. Can't wait to get some size on mine so it can look as hawt as yours!
Trusmadiensis front and back:
Ventricosa x Trusmadiensis. This cross is commonly known as "Sabre" - It is a hardy beast that puts out very colorful, long lasting pitchers. I have a very large basal that I'm planning to keep but I'm willing to trade the mother plant for other TM crosses or Briggsianas if interested.
Izumiae x Trusmadiensis. In keeping with the TM theme... this is the first pitcher in my care. When it fully opens, the pitcher and peristome will darken to a near-black color while the inside remains green-grey. This is one of the most spectacular TM crosses.
Thorelii x Trusmadiensis. The uppers on this plant are amazingly beautiful and resemble those of wide peristomed goblet shaped plants like jacquelinae. Just gotta wait a few years.
Maxima x Trusmadiensis. I'm not sure what to expect from this. Right now the pitchers looks nice enough - but not spectacular. They do feel woody to the touch and are long lasting. The leaves look very TM like.
Muluensis x lowii - this is a slow plant, but one that has extreme pitcher longevity. The two darker pitchers have been on this plant for the better part of 6 months and a third one just recently joined them:
Last edited by Brokken; 05-28-2011 at 12:02 PM.
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Very beautiful Brokken!! You are right, that izumiae x TM Is truly spectacular, great job!
Amazing...and that Izumiae x Trusmadiensis is absolutely beautiful.
Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.
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what's wrong with your TM? it's mouth looks normal...doesnt seem to have a conflict of pedigree. very strange, very fortunate. i hate contorted mouth pitchers....
looks like you have a fixation with TM and TM hybrids...not a bad choice. i cant wait to see your puppies mature and produce those spectacular pitchers.
They just keep getting better don't they Brokken!
Maybe we aren't seeing the conflict because it hasn't gotten to the uppers yet. I believe that may be where the "special" pitchers come in to play.
Regardless, they all look really nice!