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Pitcher of the Month February 2013

Vote for the top 3 best!!

  • Exo - N. spectabilis x talangensis

    Votes: 2 6.9%
  • Wire Man - N. 'Caladium'

    Votes: 4 13.8%
  • MurphysLaw - N. spathulata x hamata

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • amphirion - N. platychila

    Votes: 10 34.5%
  • adilevi424@gm - N. platychila

    Votes: 1 3.4%
  • Rokosauros - N. thorelli x truncata

    Votes: 1 3.4%
  • Tuuagso - N. ovata

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Whimgrinder - N. hybrid

    Votes: 1 3.4%
  • RL7836 - N. inermis

    Votes: 5 17.2%
  • Red Lowii - N. (ventricosa 'red' x (lowii x ventricosa))

    Votes: 2 6.9%
  • tzestan - N. bicalcarata

    Votes: 3 10.3%
  • Favian - N. robcantleyi

    Votes: 8 27.6%
  • cpbobby - N. nigro gracilis x mirabilis

    Votes: 1 3.4%
  • Ambanja - N. ventricosa

    Votes: 1 3.4%
  • mattmiller - N. muluensis x lowii

    Votes: 8 27.6%
  • uphwiz - N. lowii x campanulata

    Votes: 6 20.7%
  • Av8tor1 - N. macrophylla

    Votes: 4 13.8%
  • Peatmoss - N.bokorensis "Mt. Bokor, Cambodia" Wistuba

    Votes: 2 6.9%
  • mass - N. x Tiveyi 'Sarawak Red'

    Votes: 6 20.7%
  • kulamauiman - N. maxima x xtrusmadiensis

    Votes: 2 6.9%
  • carbonetc - N. reinwardtiana

    Votes: 5 17.2%
  • Rball - N. ventricosa x insignis

    Votes: 2 6.9%

  • Total voters
  • Poll closed .


1. Only ONE (1) PITCHER per member may be entered in any particular month.
2. All pictures must be taken in the month of entry into the contest.
3. All entries must be clearly identified.
4. Entries are restricted to cultivated plants.
5. Contestants may post as many times and as many pictures of their entry as they like until contest closing on 02/28/13
6. Sequential pictures showing opening of a pitcher are fine as long as all pictures are taken within the month of the contest.
7. If, for some reason, a single pitcher cannot be isolated and a group shot is necessary, then the particular pitcher entered must be clearly identified in your post.
8. Plant must have been grown by owner at least six months prior to photo.
9. Times of Contest and Poll openings and closings are to be understood as EST.
10. Judging by forum members and guests in a poll opening on 03/01/13, closing 03/05/13 and using this forum! Voting will open on top of the thread at the close of the contest submissions.

** Please remember to clearly identify your entry!!**

Contest will be closed on February 28th 2013 at 5:00PM EST
Good luck!!
N.hamata upper, wistuba clone
oOOoo purdy
Dang exo. Grats.
MOOOORRRREEEE pics please!!! Exo we need full frontal, back, side, underneath, above, teeth closeups etc. Thats a beauty!
I know it's not a true hamata, but it's one of my many hybrid hamata's popping out pitchers!

N. spathulata x hamata


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n. platychila


another shot:
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Nice coloration, great looking pitcher! Awesome pic.
  • #10
Kudos to both, looking great!
  • #11
I...erm..made a bit of an embarising mistake here, that upper was indeed made in my care, but I forgot that I haven't had that plant for 6 months just yet, so I can't be judged on it, I do, however, have a different canidate, and this is the one I want you guys to vote for....so.... *drumroll*..... N.SPECTABILIS X TALANGENSIS!

  • #12
OOOOOHHHHHH AAAAAHHHHH!!! lol very nice exo
  • #13
Very nice as always, Exo.
  • #15
Meh. ???


N. thorelii x truncata. Pitcher's a few days old.
  • #17
Wow. What a great looking plant.
  • #18
Unfortunately, I don't know the exact pedigree of this Leilani hybrid, but I suspect N. maxima and N. spathulata are in its breeding. Whatever it is, this makes beautiful pitchers and it is one of my favorite hybrids.

The entire pitcher, three days after the above photo:
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  • #19
nice for a hybrids ( i dont usually like hybrids but thats nice)
  • #20
Finally ....

Similar to my U. endresii backstory, it seems like I've been waiting forever for my N. inermis to produce an upper. Ever since I got the plant, it always inflated a pitcher on each new leaf (lowers) on both the main vine & a basal. However, once it started to vine, it completely stopped inflating pitchers. After several leaves, it started to inflate one but then aborted it. It then skipped several more leaves before eventually sending one down in a very inaccessible area. I can't move the pitcher without untangling pitchers from 4-5 other plants - so the following pics are through glass & far from optimal (my apologies) - but I wanted to document that an upper was finally made before I started to chop the vine for cuttings. Now that the obligatory excuses are over - here's the pics ...