Here are some updated pics of my plants.
N.bicalcarata: the pitcher on the left in the background is a little over an year old. The one in focus is the latest one. This newest one is around the size of a coffee cup...if I may say so. The plant has a diameter of a little over a foot now.
N.hamata (wistuba clone 2): A plant from a good friend of mine. No pitchers for the first 3 leaves. Finally it struck and it was worth the wait.
N.talangensis: First proper pitcher. Suffured due to multiple repottings, lack of light for AN YEAR. I got it in october last year. Had a pitcher just as I repotted and this is the first true good, well formed, well colored pitcher. Its a beautiful species.
N.campanulata: Another plant from my good friend. It started making pitchers from leaf number 2 in my care. This is the pitcher on leaf 3.
N.glabrata: The fourth and the most mature looking lower pitcher on my N.glabrata. very creamy looking pitchers on this plant. Almost reminds me of white chocolate.
Hope you guys like it.