Wow, beautiful plants as always. Thanks for sharing!!!
In the H. sarraceniodes (Wistuba) picture, what is the Heli on the far right? It almost looks like a Sarracenia flava.
"I may be on the side of angels, but do not mistake me for one."
If we are looking at the same plant it is H. nutans
Ron, LOL..... I hear ya
Good to be back and thanks all for the kind words
Great plants as always Butch...
Good to see you alive and kickin, ; )
Thanks Brian.... those recent helis pics of yours are stunning mate
The red clone's adult pitcher showing the waxy looking interior, water even beads on it.
Immature pitcher of the same plant showing a pubescent rim to the waxy interior.
Older Wistuba clone showing a heavily pubescent interior
Exterior is basically devoid of hairs except for the top of the nectar spoon and front seam.
woah! a chrome interior on the last one!
Very cool. That new pitcher is magnificent!
Geez Butch, as usual, terrific plants! You really seemed to have dialed in the ideal conditions for them.