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So, it's overcast... but stuff is finally growing, so I took some *slightly* blurry shots :p

Nepenthes hamata red hairy clone is actually quite a quick grower for me
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Nepenthes tentaculata too - though that basal is really struggling to get out from under its mommy :p (Nepenthes veitchii tendril in the way)
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Nep. alata variegata twisting in strange directions because I didn't turn it often enough :eek:
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Sarracenia flava rubricorpora with the winter's only phyllodia left and a flower stalk
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..just had to fish a bad little caterpillar out of the flower so it didn't get devoured!
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Sarr. Judith Hindle from Trader Joe's... had it its second summer now!
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Nepenthes sibuyanensis xx trusmadiensis finally has more than 2-3 leaves so I guess it likes it chillier? Either that or less intense light.
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Nep. platychila finally inflating a tendril after sulking all winter long
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Nepenthes ((veitchii x maxima) x veitchii) x campanulata finally inflating something too - I love how this particular plant has kind of a waxy, non fuzzy despite the veitchii in it, pink/orange/yellow color to it. The others... I have yet to see because they came without pitchers pretty much so I'm exited for this summer
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A Nepenthes ventricosa red sulking in a corner admitting the fact that it looks weird...
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Nep. adrianni inflating yet *another* pitcher... this thing is bomb-proof!
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Nep. campanulata x (spectabilis x talangensis) opened pitcher on the right, sitting next to a growing tendril of the same plant on the left, in a Nepenthes burbidgeae x edwardsiana pot.
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Nepenthes aristolochioides also enjoying the warmer weather by rewarding me with 3 pitchers :p
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...to be continued..
 

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Nepenthes villosa pitcher... I really shouldn't be keeping this plant XD
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Nep. bongso pitcher that just opened
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Nepenthes tenuis pitcher inflating
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Nep. veitchii x boschiana inflating another pitcher. This one took forever and a day to settle in, but is now growing like a champ!
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Nep. densiflora x truncata 'King of Spades'
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Nepenthes veitchii 'K' from EP inflating pitcher
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My newest addition :-D :spazz: I can't believe I finally got my hands on it!! Nep. Splendiana x x Mixta
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This is for Taliesin - what is this plant? It's growing in my vft minibog, is really small cute and red, and I don't know what it is :(
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Sarracenia rosea luteolata
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Sarracenia psittacina green
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Sarr. psittacina/rosea or something like that from Home Depot - 2nd summer with me now!
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The reddest plant in my collection: Heliamphora heterodoxa x ionassi
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Heli. heterodoxa x minor making a GIGANTIC pitcher (well, for me it is)
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Heli. minor making a cute little pitcher, but with a big nectar spoon
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Do I have red sphagnum moss growing?! :-O (in a Heli. heterodoxa x minor pot)
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...to be continued...
 

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Nepenthes stenophylla finally finished sulking after winter
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left to right in the center of the shot in 4" pots: Nepenthes mikei, Nep. ovata, Nep. hamata Seedgrown from BE
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Nep. burbidgeae making a nice red leaf
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Nep. petiolata the reddest leafed Nepenthes I own!
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Nep. lowii x truncata "flared peristome" from EP
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My Drosera tray -- I've got too many :jester: capensis, paradoxa and hybrids of it, pygmies, burmanni hopefully.
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..aaand I moved a couple pygmy dew pots into the taller pots so they look less desolate now
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a Pinguicula community pot
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and my Nepenthes inermis with a closeup of a pitcher
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Everything looks great. Your lucky, I can't even tell if my sarrs survived the winter yet. That N. Alata looks interesting. Does the varigation extend to the pitchers?
 

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As always thez..your cp pics just make me want more, like say an aristo

Thanks, you should get one - they're pretty easy given at least a little bit of a night-time temp drop.

Im sorry but i dont know :p
It looks rlly interesting though, if you dont want it, i got a place for it :D
I rlly like that veitchii pitcher :)

Oh :( Hehe... it's survived 2 repots already because I like it so much, so I can't give it to you :p

And thanks! I looove how it's so tubby :p


Everything looks great. Your lucky, I can't even tell if my sarrs survived the winter yet. That N. Alata looks interesting. Does the varigation extend to the pitchers?

Thanks :)

Well spring will pop up for you soon enough! The variegation does extend to the pitchers too!
 
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stunning zu, ummmm is that red hairy hamata making it to the NASC auction too?

The helis are looking great!
 

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Mayjor druuuuul!

Thanks :p

Your plants look better though... I'm trying out watering everything more to see if it'll make them look better. I'm afraid of rotting out the smaller ones though so I guess I'll have to figure something out for them..
 
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I love those Orchids. Also Everything else is looking fantastic! I think someday I'm going to start growing orchids among my neps. Should make for a very nice display of colors and variability.
 

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I love those Orchids. Also Everything else is looking fantastic! I think someday I'm going to start growing orchids among my neps. Should make for a very nice display of colors and variability.

Thanks :) Yeah it just looks wonderful having them all together, but careful cuz you gotta keep the orchids underneath the nep leaves because I think they like less light.
 
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