Three weeks of being involved with the Singapore Garden Festival...then the week after, I went for an operation. Last week, I finally have a chance to take a look after my plants and take some photos.
A month of not pruning and neatening the mess at my balcony...
N. albomarginata 'black'
N. albomarginata - green, rather different from the black form with the high peristome
N. albomarginata - green, baby pitcher on its basal
N. ampullaria 'red lips'
N. ampullaria 'Brunei red' - nice pitcher about 3"
N. globusa aka 'Viking' - came as grade A, a rounder pitcher
N. globusa - seedling
N. x kuchingensis - natural hybrid of N. ampullaria x mirabilis
N. macrovulgaris x reinwardtiana - not very spectacular pitchers but beautiful red leaves
N. maxima - highland form, looking very thin
N. maxima 'Borone' - lowland form
N. mirabilis 'red'
N. northiana - pitcher formed at my balcony, receives direct setting sunlight
N. rafflesiana 'clone 88' - elongata form, very handsome pitcher sitting in its own 3" pot