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The N. platychila and jamban were quite a treat to see. Beautiful, healthy stuff in every last photo. Thanks for sharing.

And on another note, should have bical pollen for you next week--how's your timing for the girl plant?
 
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The N. platychila and jamban were quite a treat to see. Beautiful, healthy stuff in every last photo. Thanks for sharing.

And on another note, should have bical pollen for you next week--how's your timing for the girl plant?

Thanks Kevin. That might actually work for the last few flowers. Keep me updated ! Sure to be a weird cross if we can time it right !
 
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Forgot to add a few from yesterday's post.......

Some Utricularia intermedia "foliage".


Drosera filiformis flowering out in the bog.


Up close......


Drosera filiformis 'Florida Giant'






Sarracenia x 'Reptilian Rose'
 
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Pinguicula hemiepiphytica - CK


Pinguicula sp. Tonala 'ANPA-A'


Pinguicula sp. Pachuca


Pinguicula macrophylla


Pinguicula sp. Sumidero II


Pinguicula cyclosecta




Nepenthes lowii x ephippiata


Nepenthes x trusmadiensis


Nepenthes singalana seed pods are ripening.


Nepenthes alata - Speckled


Nepenthes burkei - Intermediate pitcher.


Nepenthes platychila


Nepenthes micramphora


Nepenthes macrophylla


 

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Great to see how nice those CK pings turned out. It's a relief any of the plants survived that near catastrophe. Everything looks really nice as usual.
 
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Beautiful photos... How large is your neps growing space? Plan to post any pics of the overall set up? =) Also I noticed you mentioned your N. eymae is a male... ever thought about acquiring one of the EP clones, or setting up a flower watch with people who own one? I think both of them are female. I would love to see how the lower pitchers turn out.
 
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I'll find a female cutting eventually, seems to actually be the more common sex of N.eymae in cultivation. Unfortunately, N.eymae is reluctant to put out basals so it may be a while until I see lowers again.
 
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Nepenthes lowii x ephippiata fully opened.




Nepenthes Sp. 1




Nepenthes fusca - Sarawak Red


Nepenthes glandulifera - BE


Nepenthes peltata - Seed Grown


Nepenthes hurreliana


Nepenthes fusca - Upper Pitcher


Nepenthes palawanensis


Nepenthes nigra - Seed Grown


Nepenthes "gracillima"


Nepenthes hamata - MT


The Utricularia/Aldrovanda Half Barrel


Utricularia purpurea should be fully open in a few days.




Just set this up the other day, The New England Bog Barrel. It should look great once everything is grown in. Comprised of all local New England species of carnivorous plants, orchids and other native bog plants.

Carnivorous Plants:
Drosera rotundifolia
Drosera intermedia
Drosera filiformis filiformis
Drosera x beleziana

Sarracenia purpurea purpurea

Utricularia cornuta
Utricularia gibba
Utricularia geminiscapa
Utricularia intermedia
Utricularia minor

Orchids:
Calopogon tuberousus
Liparis loeselii
Pogonia ophioglossoides
Spiranthes cernua

Other Bog Plants:
Menyanthes trifoliata - Bog Bean
Chamaedaphne calyculata - Leatherleaf
Eriocaulon sp. - Pipewort
Gratiola aurea - Golden Pert
Sabatia kennedyana - Plymouth Gentian
Rhexia virginica - Virginia Meadow Beauty
Rhododendron viscosum - Bog Azalea
Vaccinium sp. - Cranberry







 
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Not this year. Needs to grow in. I put that together for the NECPS though so, it will be a permanent fixture at future shows.
 
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Drosera abberans


Drosera basifolia


Drosera lowriei


Drosera magna


Drosera menziesii


Drosera modesta


Drosera prostrata


Drosera squamosa - Laterite Growing Form




Drosera spiralis


Drosera burkeana - The true species, not the imposter that has crept into many collections.




Pinguicula hemiepiphytica - Christian Klein


Pinguicula cyclosecta


Pinguicula laueana - Clone 2 - This plant is approximately 8" across.


Pinguicula laueana - Clone 2 x Clone 1 Seedlings


Pinguicula jaumavensis


Pinguicula debbertiana


Utricularia dichotoma


Utricularia nephrophylla


Cephalotus follicularis - 'Vigorous Clumping'






Cepalotus follicularis - 'Brewer's Red'


Heliamphora folliculata - Murosipan Tepui


Nepenthes adrianii


Nepenthes fusca - Mamut




Nepenthes "fusca" - Sarawak Red


Nepenthes fusca - Upper Pitcher


Nepenthes veitchii - "Pink"


Nepenthes veitchii - "Pink" - Weird, tiny Upper.


Nepenthes nigra - Seed Grown


Nepenthes peltata - Seed Grown


Nepenthes platychila - Basal on Female Plant


Nepenthes platychila - Female Inflorescence


Nepenthes boschiana - Male Inflorescence


Nepenthes burkei


Nepenthes dubia - Seed Grown


Nepenthes adnata


Nepenthes mindanaoensis




Nepenthes lavicola


Nepenthes rigidifolia x spectabilis - Clone 1


Nepenthes rigidifolia x spectabilis - Clone 2 - Exhibiting more of the rigidifolia morphology.


Nepenthes x trusmadiensis - Clone 1


Nepenthes lowii x ephippiata


 
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I could :) I've got one of the "easiest" ones for their 3rd season now. Maybe it's time to step up to something a bit harder and see how I do. Suggestions for something after showing success with D. hookeri?
 
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Amazing plants! The spikes on that D. squamosa are beautiful. :D

Also, I think you meant to say U. nephrophylla instead of U. nelumbifolia. ;)
 
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