One of my first neps was this N. ampularia. I've had it for about a year now. It grows very large pitchers for an amp; the last one is approaching four inches. I grow it under intermediate conditions, and it usually tops out at about 75 degrees. Nevertheless, it seems happy, and is even starting to get a good group of basal pitchers.
Here's the latest pitcher. I love the way these pitchers age; instead of shriveling from the top down, they start to completely turn cream colored, then a reddish brown:
I'm kinda suprised that it tolerates my 60-75 degree temps as well as it does.
And while I'm posting pics, heres a pick of my N. x Manny Herrera. I got this for dirt cheap because it was a near-dead vine. You can see where it's folded in the upper right-hand corner of the picture. But the darn thing just keeps making pitchers. Soon, I think I'll make some cuttings from it.