Hey all, here is a list of what i have available to trade:
flava flava (little veining)
‘Hummer’s Hammerhead’ (alabamensis x psitacina) x alabamensis
'Big Green Thing'
moorei “Green and White”
‘Leah Wilkerson’ x oreophylla
All of a sudden everything's popping open so here goes...
Exotic Lady - I'm thinking about entering this in the pitcher of the month(s):
...and what's this hiding in the foliage?
platychila! Just popped open this morning - here's some pics of the peristome peaking out (and I expect it...
1st place goes to elgecko, with the always, ever-so-stunning N. xDyeriana
elgecko- i absolutely love the peristome on this plant, congratulations on this beauty, though no doubt it has to be due to the magic windows.... :P
2nd place goes to Exo with a young, but beautiful seedgrown N. hamata...
Does anybody who has a Spec x Vent recall the picthers it made when it was a youngling?
Mine will color and splotch up like it's dad and I have some peristome variegation, but I can't get any of the red of the mother...
Is this just a phase or do I just have a green variant of this hybrid? I'm...
Just took some pictures outside after feeding the plants some crickets...if the pitchers are wet it's because they get a good spray afterwards to make sure their food went down OK. (Anyone ever force-feed a pervillei a small cricket? It slides right into the pitcher, like with a ceph...)...
Here is something that is common yet many have never seen, Sphagnum sporophytes.
I originally imported this species live from New Zealand many moons ago. This culture is a descendant of the original cultures that were featured in my "Growing Sphagnum Moss" web page.
Sorry for the crappy pics...
I have spent the last few hours going through my greenhouses to see what I have for trade this summer. The plants I have for trade very widely in size from very small seedlings to large plants.
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My grow-list is very...
Hooray! It arrived today. I was hoping a fresh pitcher would have been on it, so I guess I will have to wait a little while to see one in all of it's glory. This sucker is big...
The pitchers are rather woody. They are much tougher than a ventricosa red.
Well according to wikipedia N. ampullaria is a vegetation eater: N. ampullaria has largely moved away from carnivory and acquires a substantial portion of its nutrients from digesting leaf matter that falls to the forest floor. It is thus partially detritivorous.
The species has developed...
had an hour of spare time today so i thought i would take and share some photos with you guys...dial up users beware lol.
ventricosa x angasanensis
fusca flared peristome
fresh opened spectabilis x aristolochioides
couple of N. jamban clones
Hey everyone just decided to camera happy in the GH so enjoy. :)
To start off, a basal on a baby cutting of N. Peter D. Amato
A baby pitcher
The whole plant
Peristome shot of my Truncata x (Vent x Aristo)
N. Black Dragon!
Peristome shot of my Talangensis x Veitchii...
Here are some pics I took yesterday.
First, a milestone for me - my first lowii upper! w00t!
How about a Dyeriana?
N. Splendiana x Judith Finn. I haven't seen other pics of this yet:
I know others out there are growing N. Eyvelospama! It's really N. (eymae x veitchii) x (lowii x...
N. Truncata "pasian highland"
N Belli x Ventricosa
N. Alata "boschiana mimic"
N. Alata x Maxima
N. Maxima x TM (from seed)
N. "Effulgent Koto"
N. Ventricosa x Inermis
N. Ventricosa "Black Peristome"
It's been a long, hard winter without pitchers. They're finally getting enough sun to pop some out and I'm so excited!
baby hamata just opened it's first pitcher for me (if you look real close you can see peristome teeth!)
ampXsib just opened up
same with the ventXtrusmadi
Grow List of the Carnivore Queen!
I started growing CPs in 2006.
As much as I love SASE and trades and giveaways...please do NOT send me unsolicited offers!
I will post in the forums if I have anything to spare, or am actively looking for something.
While I'm an aspiring carnivore queen, I've...
Due to space constraints and the demands of my business, I find myself in need of shrinking my collection of Nepenthes. Below is the list of the plants that I'm parting with.
I'm trying to downsize my collection and am looking only for a few specific things. I recently traded someone for a...