Finally things are picking up in the grow room. No sign of returning pests so hopefully it will be a good summer.
This is N. xTiveyi. Healthy uppers forming and a nice basal:
I have a couple N. platychila uppers right now:
I had to spin this one around:
Love, love, love N. Dyeriana for obvious reasons:
My favorite outdoor plant, N. ventricosa x aristolochioides, the most cold tolerant nepenthes I've ever had, is waking up from the winter. There must be 30 pitchers forming:
Two flowers are evident:
And finally, someone asked about my Predator. When it was in the throes of scale infestation, I put it outside for the winter where it's too cold for them to reproduce. Like a lot of plants I put outside, it got bushy, and seems like it's going to be OK out there: