OK, I went overboard taking pictures today. Things are growing nicely, so I went a bit crazy.
First, the elusive lower pitcher of N. x Rokko (they make uppers quickly.)
Next, is N. x Manny Herrera, which is a serious vining plant but one that pitchers like crazy:
Here's a whole-plant picture of N. ramispina, which for me has been an easy, trouble-free grower:
Here's a fun one. I won a cutting at the BACPS raffle a year or two ago and it was labeled N. burkei x villosa. Subsequent pitchering has shown it's most likely N. lowii x ventricosa:
Here's N. ventricosa x aristolochioides:
Ny N. hamata is experiencing rapid growth. This latest pitcher is the biggest pitcher so far by 50%, and the new leaf is at least that much bigger than this one.
I have 2 N. x Predators. This one, for some reason, divided into two growing points. It seems they both are growing equally well, and it makes for a lot of pitchers even if they're a bit smaller than my other one:
Here's N. truncata x aristolochioides, which should make monster pitchers eventually, judging by the leaf/pitcher size.
Speaking of aristo hybrids, ever since I cut the vine on my N. thorelli x aristo, it's made huge lower pitchers (blurry pic):
All of them are grown in a room in my home's lower level. I don't use enclosures or humidifiers, and rely on the cool, humid San Francisco air for temp and humidity control. Hope you enjoy!