This is a N. veitchii 'Bareo Highland' that I recieved in a trade. It has been growing steadily since it arrived in late September; it took no time at all to recover from barerooting and shipping.
This pitcher was about 1" tall when I recieved the plant. It is inflating very nicely.
This pitcher was the most recent one to open before the plant was shipped to me.
An older, faded pitcher:
A tendril that seems to be dropping and beginning to inflate:
Now for my N. burbidgeae. It's ugly, because it's been burned while sitting outside in partial shade. Now it's on the windowsill, and it seems to be picking up the pace a little.
N. Judith Finn:
N. miranda basal:
N. miranda inflating upper pitcher:
Thanks for looking!