Some really beautiful plants.
Snapped a few photos today that I thought I would share!
My largest N. glabrata's newest pitcher is about twice as large as all of its previous pitchers. I love this plant.
Here's a full plant shot of N. glandulifera
N. sibuyanensis x (spectabilis x aristolochioides) starting to show some color.
N. spectabilis 'giant'
Nothing special here but I thought this was a cool shot with a cluster of N. x ventrata and an N. x 'Miranda' pitcher all hanging together.
I just got this plant so the pitcher wasn't grown under my care but it was very shapely nonetheless so I wanted to show it.. N. aristolochioides
This new pitcher just opened today on N. ampullaria x sibuyanensis
I think the peristome looks really cool on these before they expand and it flattens out.
glandulifera... not seen everyday, and a very nice specimen indeed.
loving your highland plants as well. thanks a lot for sharing! glabrata and aristo look beautiful! since glabrata is doing so well for you, there's no doubt that aristolochioides will do well for you also.
Wow I've never seen an Aristo with that small of a mouth! Incredible plants!
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Thanks guys! Yeah I'm hoping the aristo does well, its been one I've been wanting to grow for years. Currently, I grow all of these plants under the same highland conditions. I would definitely guess that the amp x sibu might grow faster under intermediate temps, but it produces healthy growth under the highland conditions. I've got some plans in the works to expand my growing area to include intermediate, lowland, and ultra-highland growspaces. I'm looking forward to growing some of my duplicate intermediate plants in the different areas to see how they respond.
Snapped some more photos today.
N. aristolochioides .. I'm very happy that this plant didn't skip a beat after being shipped. Its grown a new leaf rather vigorously and has inflated a new pitcher.
Another shot of my favorite.. N. glabrata
N. burbidgeae x platychila
N. (eymae x (stenophylla x lowii)) x Trusmadiensis .. It's small but I'm liking the peristome already. Looking forward to seeing more in maturity.
N. glandulifera .. This plant, although uncommon, grows vigorously. I love how the whole plant is "furry".
N. platychila .. starting to look quite handsome
N. talangensis .. This pitcher just opened yesterday.
N. (ventricosa x sibuyanensis) x (spectabilis x northiana) .. Really enjoying the color on this.
Thanks for looking!
Wow Matt! I am truly amazed with that aristo, its so cool! and I can see why that glabrata is your favorite
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looking like they love your grow space,great growing Matt