8 1/2" N. Miranda pitcher
Glabrata x ? (either maxima, or possibly even pure maxima)
Old pitcher followed by new: N. spathulata x jacquelineae
N. ventricosa "red": here we see the difference between pitchers in high and low light conditions
New N. 'Rokko' Exotica pitcher
N. 'Black Dragon' coloring up
first home-grown pitcher on merrilliana x campanulata
new BE sp. #1 pitcher: this thing grows really fast
Seedlings I'm keeping from my N. rafflesiana "dark brown parent" batch
N. talangensis happy in its moss
N. clipeata x (clipeata x eymae) getting more colorful as peltate leaves finally show up
New ampullaria 'Harlequin' pitcher
And, last of all, 'Rebecca Soper'
I really like the merilliana x campanulata pitcher shape and also ampullaria's colouration.
I really like the mutated N. spectabilis "Giant" but Im just weird like that!
They are slowly and painfully killing you.....did you know that?
How brainwashed are you?
I thought it was odd, and it looks cool. There's another pitcher on the same growth point doing something similar too.
From a few years go, my first SG plant, N. gymnamphora x bongso finally produced a pitcher
spectabilis Giant produced another funny pitcher
The 6 'Splendid Diana' x ventricosa "red" I am keeping: there is a lot of variation in this batch, and I've got a bunch growing out for sale later
glabrata x ? turning mottled
spath x jacq
another SG: x splendiana x tiveyi
BE sp. #1
clipeata x (clipeata x eymae)
first pitcher in months from rafflesiana BE-88
carpet of amp 'Harlequin' basals: there's at least 8, maybe more, in the pic
and another first after a long while: ventricosa x spathulata
Everything was being repotted and moved around this week, so I took some more shots.
5 feet of N. ventricosa x gymnamphora vine, and as I repotted it, I discovered that it's producing a couple basals. I'm hoping the new pot will encourage it to flower so I can start cutting the main vine back.
N. ventricosa pitchers showing the difference between light and shade
Biggest of my 3 SG neoguineensis "Cyclops Mtn. Jayapura, New Guinea"
The new pitcher on the lowland SG truncata is twice the size of the leaf
and the peristome is showing promise
The Viking #19 x (maxima x trusmadiensis) was only around 8 inches when I got it a few months ago
New mystery glabrata hybrid pitcher
The jacq influence can definitely be seen now on the spathulata x jacquelineae. That, plus the deep purple colors the pitchers gain, means this should be a stunner
gymnamphora x bongso pitcher fully colored
(inermis x singalana) x mira
New pitcher on clipeata x (clipeata x eymae): the plant itself is now producing leaves as big as my hand
the BE-88 giant raff finally opened its pitcher (apologies for the washout colors, my lights shut off and I took pics in the dark)
And last of all, the newest pitcher on ventricosa x spathulata