Nepenthes chaniana is one of my favorite species. After two years of trial and error, my Malesiana clone is finally looking presentable.
Last pitcher -- unfortunately, they discolor at the base after feeding
Finally a good-sized rosette
N. chaniana x veitchii -- got this one a while back as a guinea pig and a backup for the N. chaniana
Continuing the theme of green with, of course, N. nigra
Settling in well
N. alata -- this is the smooth form (N. graciliflora if you like jumping to conclusions)
Baby N. jamban -- thank you, Paul!
N. ventricosa -- this clone is good and pale as it grows but still not the North Luzon (aka Porcelain) form
N. sp. Langkawi
N. clipeata x (clipeata x eymae) BE clone -- getting larger, but would prefer N. clipeata
Different JDK clone but still not N. clipeata
N. faizalianathis is actually N. maxima Borone, check pg. 6 for an explanation
New N. 'Peter D'Amato' x maxima pitcher
N. rajah x mira darkening up