I guess I took more pictures of my crappy looking plants hoping that I found some stuff that looked good... I was mistaken but here are the fruits of my labors regardless:
the vft Red Piranha waking up... things don't go dormant for too long here. The heatwave the first week of January might have woken up everything early; but it was chilly all of last year so maybe it evens out and their dormancy was long enough?
poorly focused chaniana... sorry
it was the only plant to get downgraded a pot size. I think it was in a bigger pot earlier because the leaves were bigger... oops.
what are we calling this now... x robcantleyi?
oddly enough even after a repot the petiolata held onto this pitcher that opened moooonnnths ago. here it is hanging out in the BE aristolochioides' pot (the aristo, sadly, has no pitchers *sigh*)
this stenophylla pitcher's been around a while too... been hiding before the great rearrange after I got back from re-coup/vacation in Vermont
campanulata x (spectabilis x talangensis) ... no lid, but at least it catches things
that u.nelumbifolia flower bud still growing
and the xTriffid still kept that pitcher after the repot too
ventricosa x x trusmadiensis has a strange tubby pitcher like this too (the other has a red lid). I hope this isn't that weird winter thing where the pitchers never pop open
adrianii growing like a champ, though pitcher production has slowed somewhat and I'm wondering if it's the cold from last year or because it's working on a BEASTLY basal.
spectabilis x truncata tendril... the thing has suuuuuuccchhhh tall hair! I love the little alien.
here's the rearrange (sorry about the focus)
thorelli x campanulata... not looking too hot but I guess chugging along despite the weather
and AW macrophylla
mikei with basal - they drop pitchers if they get repotted so it's looking barren
here's the other rack of neps because they don't all fit (ugh... have to downsize again!)
pygmy dews looking crappy
D.filiformis sbsp filiformis resprouting in the sarr minibog
the minibog with the cobras - the multifida resprouting among the D.spathulata x capensis, vft sawtooth and cobra
vft Korean Melody Shark, D.filiformis red resprouting, cobras, and vft Big Mouth
D.filiformis red hanging out in its own pot too
I have no idea what this is... probably D.lantau island hybrid or however it's spelled
ventricosa x hamata popped!