lol. that drooling mouth pic is awesome Hardy.
Mat, is that the one I had sent to you? Lookin' good!
Yeah, thanks again for helping me land that little beauty. It settled right in.
Truth as Circe. Error has transformed animals into men; is truth perhaps capable of changing man back into an animal?
anything for you homeslice.
Wow mason, that plants is excellent. Good growing my friend.
My growlist: http://bit.ly/VUE0ri
did the pitcehr inflate at that funny angle or was it resting on something prior? love the colors
Wow, everyones plants look so great! This has to be my favorite Nepenthes species, can't wait until I have conditions that are suitable for one ... About how tall do/can they get? they seem rather compact/rosett growing, is this true?
One could consider them a dwarf species IMHO
@Myles it developed at that angle oddly enough.
My third nep: N. lowii X campanulata
I got a rooted cutting in May.
In brief 3 months, it has slowly edged its way to become one of my favorites
I find that the pitchers are sturdier and longer lasting than N. campanulata, even the young pitchers are thicker-walled than the mature pitchers of my campanulata. Surprisingly, it appears to be more heat tolerant than my campys. In these respects, this hybrid is a definite improvement from its campanulata parent. I'm looking forward to see it mature.
Here's a group shot with my two campys. (My young all-green campanulata is painfully slow to grow...)