Long time sonce I posted here
On another forum Geoff Mansell was asking about our N. rajah. Here are a few photos. All the plants are from TC from the usual 4 clones. They have been in TC for around 20 years and no mutations (so far). We don't know yet whether they are male or female. Maybe the largest of them will flower soon. They are grown in clay (with a topping of coco-chips simply to stop the clay from splashing up too much).
We literally didn't want to throw them away as we had too many in TC and planted them outdoors as an experiment that sort of, well, grew. There are about 20,000 in total at various sizes from 1" dia upwards. Anyone have any ideas what do do with them :-[ The oldest of them has been out there for about 5 years now.
Some views of one of what we call our "rajah patches". These plants are grown hard with a lot of light. Some insect prey and also Osmocote.
Here are the only plants out of 25,000 from TC that have produced variegated foliage. Why? I have no clue.
Another "rajah patch". The largest plants we have are on the left.
pitcher on largest plant
with my paw for scale.