As usual, you do a great job of cultivatin... almost as good as that Twoton dude!
Thanks, Jim. Yeah, that Twoton dude sure is a pain in the keister. Lives right next door and drives me nuts with his wiseass cultivation tips he hollers across the fence whenever I'm in sight. I swear, one of these days I'm gonna march right over and kick his fat, arrogant German rump all the way to Sarawak....
Then again, I love visiting his awesome greenhouse
Reminds me of Wilson Wilson, from Home Improvement.
i love your neps man! N. thorelli is such a bland plant to me...however just about every hybrid with it is startling!!
Everything is explainable. The seemingly unexplainable is but a result of our insufficient knowledge.- Hans Brewer
Congradulations on being able to grow Nepenthes.
Wish I could.
Thanks for the nice compliments, fellers.
Glider: thorelii bland? Check out this one. The washed out colors in this bad picture don't do the plant justice, the pitchers are almost all a deep, rich burgundy.
vraev: I'll go up later and see how that rajah pitcher is doing.
NeciFIX: what, they don't sell fishtanks in Wisconsin? :-) Seriously, everybody can grow neps, just check out that forum member from Alaska. An empty aquarium, two or three lights, and off you go. Space is not an obstacle either: there's many small-growing species.
I don't even really bother about a pitcher. I just want to see the plant growth especially since you can grow neps really well.
I guess I would be happy if my neps even start making leaves...let alone pitchers....although...I have enough humidity to stimulate the pitcher growth as the other 2 are doing great.