The first pic is Sabre.
Nice job getting that Jungle Bells to pitcher.
What form is that albo?
Sure thats a wrigleyana? Wrigleyana lowers look almost exactly like coccinea to me, and that pic doesn't. Its uppers look like this:
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Prayer - how to do nothing and still think you're helping.
I like your N. albomarginata! I wish I had one that size.
Nice plants! PK is right, that is a Sabre. Thx for sharing .
It's N. ventricosa x sibuyanensis or the reciprocal. Can't remember. Probably the former.
Great Neps! Nice 'Jungle Bells' too.
That is 'sabre'. I have both and couldn't remember the one I took a picture of. Also the one that I labeled as wrigleyana is actually splendiana. But phission my wrigleyana, both of them, have more red in it and the bottom of the pitcher is not as tapered as yours. The albo is 'Kutching spotted'
Clint that truncata pitcher is smaller then the couple previous ones from last winter. It seems to take off during the winter months putting off one to two pitchers larger and fatter and during the summer it will put off one pitcher a little smaller, not much, than the others.
The 'jungle bells' is supposed to be a highlander. The vender I ordered my black and red dragons from only ordered a few jungle bells to see how they did in the heat. I couldn't wait that long and ordered one from another vender. I think it is doing pretty good.
Thanks for the comments. I will take some better pictures with better lighting once we get some sunshine again. It has been rainy here and Clint asked for pictures. It wa about 5 so the sun was setting. The flash was washing them out so that was the natural light I had. Like an idiot I forgot about the lights I have in the GH till it got dark!!!