Here we go! In no particular order..
One of the good ones, N. spectabilis x veitchii:
A similar robust hybrid, N. veitchii x boschiana:
I just repotted this and have high hopes, N. izumae x TM:
The next pitcher will be the real deal, but here is an almost-upper N. vogelii:
A promising young plant, N. truncata x TM:
This dwarfs all the plants around it:
N. sp. 1 bleeds like N. sanguinea:
more in a sec...
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This N. truncata is a cutting from the specimen at the Berkeley Botanical Garden:
Here are my N. truncata Queen x Kings:
Growing fond of N. Splendiana x Mixta not only for the pitchers...
... but also for the pink/red foliage:
The following few are N. sp. Langkawi - showing several aspects of this unique plant.
First, this plant has longer tendrils than any nepenthes I grow:
The long tendrils are really only on the lower pitchers, which are nice and red:
The uppers, by contrast, are yellow and narrow, with redish undersides of the lids:
I just repotted the one with the long tendrils - and it's roots looked thick and black like this:
Thanks for looking!