Here are a few larger shots of some of the pitcher plants from this Fall. The Cephalotus are slowing their growth a bit and now beginning to produce their "vegetative" flat leaves; and the Heliamphora are growing more rapidly with the arrival of colder weather -- yet another reason why I largely prefer them to Sarracenia. No phyllodia , no dying back to the rhizome, no assumptions from family and friends that you've killed half the garden . . .
Cephalotus follicularis cv. "Hummer's Giant"
Heliamphora heterodoxa x ionasii (a naturally-occurring hybrid)
H. nutans (Tramen) x ionasii (a naturally-occurring hybrid)
H. heterodoxa x minor (the ever-expanding)
H. ionasii, H. sp. "Angasima", and a young first pitcher of H. chimantensis
H. sarracenioides (developing its first adult pitcher -- finally)