The first shot is my N. Hamata Wistuba clone 1. The pitcher is about 4 or 5 inches. It's been open for about a week and a half and colored up quickly.
The other two shots are the newest pitcher to open on my N. edwardsiana. It's about an inch or so long. Just opened up about a week ago. In time it should turn deep red like the others on the plant.
I was messing around with my camera and figured these shots weren't too bad.
I have been dealing with mice eating some of my plants lately!
They are in the basement. I almost died when I saw a few bites taken from my little N. edwardsiana! They just hit one leaf. The plant is in a tank, and they must have squeezed threw a half inch opening in the lid to get in. They seem to really like the nectar spoons on my Heliamphoras.
I gave that mouse, or mice plenty to eat yesterday. D-Con to the rescue!!!!!
Anyway I hope you like,