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    My poor neglected plants

    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


    Cindy

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    N. rafflesiana - nivea form, very pale coloured pitcher which I hope will remain when it grows larger


    N. rafflesiana - red form, looking very nice pink when it is young


    N. veitchii - 'f' form from Exotica Plants, requires high light levels to pitcher




    N. rafflesiana - red form, has open!


    N. x kuchingensis - from BE, crossed with mirabilis echinostroma


    N. sibuyanensis x ventricosa - not as good-looking as before with the heat, lost its speckles


    N. truncata x mira - red colour is maintained with the hot weather


    N. eustachya - from seed


    N. bicalcarata x ampullaria - see the two fangs? So cute!


    N. globusa - didn't see this one hiding inbetween pots until today




    N. ampullaria 'Bau red' - despite the green speckles, this clone is simply great at forming clumps of pitchers
    Cindy

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    Very nice!
    view my growlist
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    Good growing, as always, Cindy. They don't look too neglected to me! lol. I haven't had much time recently to tend to my collection, and I imagine by now my neglect is much more "obvious" than yours!

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    Very nice cindy, i love the amps and the truncata x mira :3

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    Prettyful!
    I like them a lot. Is 'bau red' ampullaria kind of like 'red moon' ampullaria
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    Glad I don't have dialup! No Perlite? Mine should look so good!

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    Very nice albomarginata, the peristome looks like a tentactula's in the way a valley is formed at the bottom.

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