you D. regia is amazing
whats that plant in the mid right of the first photo? looks like a baby D. regia on a stick
ur macro is hilarious
Correct Luca. It's a Roridula I just got in this month. Had to clip the lower leaves as they were a tangled mess. It's putting out some new growth though, so I'm happy.
VILLOSA! VILLOSA! VILLOSA!
No snazzy lenses, no fancy stacking.. just a few plain ol' quick pics.
N. x leessii upper getting a drippy lip.
Tough to see, but there's actually 5 growth points on the N. eppiphiata front row center there.
I love this section. From front to back.. N. eppiphiata, N. singalana 'Tujuh' (left), SG N. diatas x mira (right), N. 'Sabre', SG N. (x tiveyi x veitchii H/L) x (northiana x veitchii H/L), and N. burbidgeae x edwardsiana in the back left next to the regia pot.
Looks like them 'Sabre' boys are teaming up on the N. veitchii 'HL' (Heath Forest, Pa'Umor) seedling.
Lovely veitchii pile. SG veitchii HL getting some peristome finally. All of the rest are from the same veitchii K
Speaking of veitchii K.. here's an interesting development. Veitchii lovers.
Everything is finally coming together in here. I just love this view. Again from front to back. Just a leaf of my SG N. spectabilis x mira, then SG N. lowii x truncata (Wide Peristome), and N. truncata x veitchii 'HL' . ~ out of view in the corner ~ SG N. macro, 2 N. aristo, and N. truncata x x TM. Then it's a large N. truncata x veitchii 'Batu, Buli' and SG N. lowii x truncata (Squat) up on the hill. Along with what appears to be an albino N. platychila pitcher coming up on the left there.
With prolifera, D. graomogolensis sprouts, D. schizandra plantlets, D. schizandra parent, and D. ascendens leaf sprouts in the cups along the wall. That's.. a mouth full.
Noticed this up top. First pitcher all year from my SG N. albomarginata ‘Red’ (Gunung Jerai).
Found this fresh N. spectabilis x aristolochoides hidden below in the jungle.
This be the jungle.
So.. is this legit variegation on my N. x splendiana x (‘Rokko’ x stenophylla)
More companion plants. A couple ficus and a ginseng bonsai.
An extrema chillin' on a young rubricorpora.
Redwood Burl getting ever taller. Anyone want to take a guess on what I paid for this octagon mirrored tank from MSU salvage?
Peperomia incana getting big..
Almost forgot my sexy looking D. admirabilis. Do these propagate easily from leaf cuttings? Anyone?
And last but not least.. Some of the prized few that made the cut for Cephalotus row.
Lovely plants as always dude..
carnivorous plants of the world -- unite!
Some nice shots and very nice plants, Travis. I'm particularly envious of the cephs. I've tried them twice now and killed both. Longest I kept one alive was 6 months. Major bummer.
"Blessed are the cracked….
For they are the ones who let in the light."
Looking amazing man, you've inspired me to add N. Veitchii to me want list
take 2 veitchii and call me in the morning..
Originally Posted by CreatureTom