Here is a quick shot from this morning of a section of a south-facing windowsill and part of my pest management plan. On the left is an adult Nepenthes ventricosa "Black Peristome" (which flowered earlier and was pruned back) and Nepenthes ventricosa x bongso. To think that these plants were once limited to greenhouses and strict climate control.
The second shot is that of Nepenthes truncata (Pasian Highland) and a Heliamphora heterodoxa x minor can be seen in the background . . .
By the end of the season those pitchers are just filled with insects . . .