My first N. northiana pitcher! I have never been more proud of any other pitcher than this very ordinary-looking juvenile one. Well, perhaps this species can be taken off the "difficult-to-grow" list.
This N. rafflesiana 'alata' is growing in pure perlite with tap water. It was a cutting left to root but it produced a pitcher! The colour isn't that great yet but I think this is not too bad for a plant grown in such a manner. It is now producing its second pitcher and I am wondering whether I should pot it up soon.
N. x hookeriana - This plant produces pitchers with bright red peristome which later turns into reddish black. I also like its flat tendril.
The latest pitcher
The previous pitcher