I just uploaded over a hundred photos of my collection from the last couple years to my facebook page. I hope you enjoy and let me know what you think. It should be visible to everyone here:
I seem to have a knack for picking out unlabeled plants, and there are a bunch which I would love any help you could give to figure out what they are. Here are the main unknown plants, more photos of each are on the facebook album.
when I first got it:
Upper along w a fresh basal:
new developing pitcher:
I've had this for two years now and bought it from Danny at the Hilo Farmers Market. I originally thought it was Maxima x Mira or Eymae but then I noticed it has sub-peltate leaves so I was thinking Campanulata x Maxima for awhile. Then I learned this could just be the Maxima in it since their not full peltate. So now My best guess is (maxima x (fusca x veitchii)) 'St. Galla.' It confuses me greatly, but is really showing lots of Maxima now, just with a thin elongated peristome.
Red Truncata Hybrid:
It's really just a big Question Mark:
A recent purchase from Sam so I'm sure it will reveal more of itself as time goes by. It looks very much like his St. Phocas [N. tobaica x truncata]. But the peristome is banded and the wings are diminished. Could just be seed variation but it sure seems like there is some Spectabilis in there. I also thought possibly some Boschiana, or Ramispina. A new pitcher is about to open so I can't wait to see what it brings!
Green Truncata Hybrid:
the plant along with a 'Lorraine' (singalana x boschiana) pitcher
I'm really thinking Chaniana crossed w Truncata for this one. It is really hairy and a wonderful lime green. It does have one eye spot in the pitcher, but I'm not sure if that is going to be typical or not, but it led me to think of Reinwardtiana.
It looks very pure Ramispina to me. All I can really tell is that the leaves and pitchers are very thin and slender compared to what I've seen online. Maybe
Alata, highland or Tobaica?