N. (ventricosa x sibuyanensis) x (izumeae x trusmadiensis). One of the nice things about buying specimen plants from EP is that you know exactly what you're getting. EP's picture on the left, mine on the right. I love this plant, and it's remarkable how well some of the traits of its parents shine through. Also, the pitchers are solid! Thickest walls out of anything in my collection that's a similar size.
N. burbidgeae x talangensis. Only a couple of inches high, but getting bigger and getting to have a very nice shape. Funny how the patterning on the front is so much finer than that past the wings.
N. (eymae x maxima) x [(veitchii x maxima) x veitchii]. Both with the same parentage. Go figure.
N. (ventricosa x sibuyanensis) x macfarlanei. Not that you can tell, all the pitchers are buried in sphagnum! I should prune it and maybe move it to somewhere with more air movement, this and another plant next to it are showing red-brown spots even on the younger leaves. Thoughts?
N. robcantleyi x hamata. Seeing how fast some others are growing I figure I got a slow one, but still, this one's mine.
N. lingulata. Do you think it's vining? I think it is!
N. boschiana x platychila. Speaking of vining...