Seeing the success of Sundrew's Raff appreciation thread I figured I would start one for my favorite species of Nepenthes... N. ampullaria! So share pictures of your plants species and hybrids involving amps!
Here are a few of mine, taken with my new camera!
Even seedlings are freaking awesome...
Nepenthes rafflesiana is my favorite species Nepenthes. It comes in every color: black, red, green, white, tricolor, spotted, or striped. It can be squat, tall, or flipping massive. It can have toothy or solid peristomes, tremendous wings, or flared tendrils. So any pictures you have of your...
Hey everyone. I finally got around to typing up a list for you all. I'm pretty sure I got everything but not 100% sure. Also keep in mind I work in a greenhouse where we've got over 300 species of plants ranging from orchids, ferns, tropical fruits, cactus, ethnobotanicals and more. So if you're...
Tub of the following Sarracenia (pic from June):
- S. rubra rubra, NC (long lid) (code 50 in growlist) - multiple plants
- S. oreophila, Dekalb County, AL (code 30 in growlist) - few plants
- S. flava var atropurpurea (all red), Cooks Bayou, Bay County, FL (code 43 in growlist), small plant (I...
Division of U. alpina from SG plant. This is one of the larger Orchidioides Utrics (orchid-flowering utrics). This species is normally a very forgiving grower and will periodically reward you with beautiful flowers, so it is an excellent plant to start with in the Orchidioides group (imho)...
Small division of H. nutans, Wei Tepui from SG plant. Disclaimer: this plant is one of 'those' that, while being very vigorous, refuses to produce mature pitchers (so far anyway).
There will be 2-5 winners of this giveaway (guesstimate).
Postage should be less than $6.
This offer is open to...
Small SG D. regia (1-2" leaves) - will try & post pic later.
Postage should be less than $6.
This offer is open to everyone (with USA mailing address) but please do your own research so you give the plant an opportunity to thrive - D. regia is not normally considered a beginner's plant...
My grow list
N. sanguinea ( a red form)
N. thorelii x densiflora
N. maxima x veitchii (x allardii)
N. alata x khasiana
N. ventricosa x fusca
N. ventricosa x maxima
N. spathulata x alata
D. binata “marston's dragon”
Hey guys so I decided that posting all my pictures in one boringly named thread didn't give the variety of my collection justice so I'm starting this thread just for my Nepenthes, Heliamphora, Brocchinia, Catopsis and Cephalotus. As of now I don't have any Cephs and I've only got two Heliamphora...
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I am moving to Anchorage to continue my schooling and so my collection of Nepenthes must be downsized considerably. It was hard for me to choose which plants I would keep and which I would get rid of, but it's been done.
D. filiformis ssp. filiformis
D. filiformis var. tracyi
D. capensis 'Typical"
D. stoloifera ssp. stoloinfera
I have a nice hamata x platychila for trade. It's roughly 8 inches in diameter. I'm especially interested in nice clones or seedgrown plants of ampullaria (a nice tricolor would be awesome) or rafflesiana, but might trade for some other Nepenthes. I already have these:
Come and get 'em! It is difficult to do this, but I will be moving soon, and I don't want the headache of trying to take my plants with me. I have been growing nepenthes for almost 30 years and have many healthy and vigorous plants left in my collection, so here is an opportunity to get some...