here is my setup in Long Beach...
My camera's lens was replace and now am happy with the pics
Looks nice...I like the way your plants get toughened up by being outdoors; thicker leaves and more compact. I am starting to try plants on the windowsill with no plastic covering. It is still getting VERY cold here at night in San Diego, but soon I am going to try a selection of Neps outdoors. Enjoyed your pics,
I haven't seen your setup for a while. Looks like your gonna need a new table soon.
A day without Nepenthes is like a day without sunshine
well heres a pic after i organized some of the pots.
heres what i found while organizing, a maxima lowland pitcher. this one is towards teh rear of the table where it gets some full sun. along that edge there is sanguinea red, copelandii mt apo, alata(?)(possibly copelandii mt pasian), maxima x ventricosa, maxima, fusca crocker range, and truncata lowland.
Is that a sar I see in there with all the neps? How come you don't have that puppy out in full sun with the other two neps?
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YOU! Outta my gene pool!
Heres that new maxima pitcher. *the peristome always for some reason takes on a diffenert shape all the time...
and heres a new thing that i found when i was fertilizing all my neps today! *this is from that unknown hybrid that i have outside in a hanging pot
i guess that trick to let it hang over the pot works. could wind be a factor too? i know gravity is...
Nice setup! The unknown hybrid is great. I always like the look of Neps when the hang over the edge of the pot.