Yay for some poopy pics of pleasantries.. !
N. "Effulgent Koto" pumping out uppers like some kind of machine.
N. truncata HL popped this fatty open a bit early. Probably due to a repot, fert, and seat change in the GH.
Finally! Been waiting for this N. chaniana x veitchii HL to do something.. anything.
D. prolifera and Stylidium debile coming up nicely.
The regia sprouts are starting to show some dew..
Think the veitchii K is about done folding back..
Looks like this first thing in the morning, and again at lights out.
Nearly done arranging the intermediate area. Everyone seems to like the change so far. The water jug you see there makes a nice soft drip off water running off into the tray below. Was supposed to fog, but I like this better. The sound of running water in the GH is soothing.
This N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana hasn't pitchered once in the year I've had it. The yellow leaves makes me worry. But they have been turning red over the last few days. The growth point has also lifted itself off the leaf. "Until then I didn't know if you were drunk or dead." ~ Anyone..anyone?
This is another plant I've been having issues with for over a year now. Seed grown N. (x tiveyi x veitchii H/L) x (northiana x veitchii H/L). Which is a bummer because I was super excited to see what this cross was capable of. I think it'll do better without a live top layer in it's pot. But it's splitting open a new leaf, so good sign already.
Newest from my seed grown N. albomarginata ‘Red’ (Gunung Jerai). Hopefully the new spot will help produce larger pitchers.
A MESS of N. sibuyanensis x (northiana x veitchii H/L). Can't WAIT for these suckers to grow up!! The main stalk from this plant is probably about rooted now.
A couple D. aliciae snuggled in with N. albomarginata 'Kuching Spotted' and N. albomarginata 'Green'. Hoping they perk up as well. The albo's I mean..
Up last is the diningroom seedling tank. Raised everything up to the lights a bit. Already seeing more germination and color on seedlings. As you can see, the ivy is starting to spread outward rather than upward. Grows quite fast..
Hope the LFS doesn't mind less light.. oh well.