So, my housesitter did some damage to my plants this fall by underwatering. Slowly, things are returning to normal. While moving my plants into their new grow room today, I took some pics.
First up, N. maxima x albomarginata. I've seen this referred to as N. x "curtisii" and as N. maxima var "curtisii". I dunno, I got it as a cutting of N. maxima x albomarginata:
Next up, this N. x Ile de France pitcher has a stunted lid from the damage this fall, but made a nice pitcher anyway. This is one of my favorites, as rattler mentioned in a recent thread. I love the nectar beads on this one:
Next, got this N. spectabilis a few months ago, and it seems happy. It's next to an N. ramispina of similar size:
Next up, N. x Wrigleyana, a steady producer of nice pitchers:
Next, here is N. ventricosa x aristolochioides, a really easy, fast-grower:
And finally, N. x Mastersiana, still a small plant, but making bigger pitchers rapidly: