Just a few random shots from around the ‘house… enjoy!
Sarracenia oreophila x ‘Adrian Slack’
Darlingtonia californica peeking out over the edge
Pinguicula “John Rizzi” in bloom
S. (oreophila x ‘Royal Ruby’) x ‘Adrian Slack’ – young pitcher of a cross I did a couple of years ago. I believe that this is a pitcher that was sent up a bit later last season.
S. [(oreophila x minor) x (purpurea x rubra) x leucophylla] x “Green Frog”
This is a complex hybrid I did a few years ago. It’s the first time I’ve actually seen some characteristics from this baby.
This is a large clone from Jerry Addington. It is still dormant and was recently repotted. It does not look like much now, but hoping it throws out some beast-mode behemoth foliage once it wakes from dormancy.
Sarracenia rosea “Big Mama”
It’s currently dormant and recently repotted. Just like the S. psittacina above, I am hoping it throws out some beast-mode behemoth foliage once it wakes.
Sarracenia venosa, anthocyanin free clone
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Just a few quick updates on some of the Nepenthes action here!
Here’s an update on the Nepenthes fusca hybrid cutting from Paul. Many of those cuttings are showing growth points at this stage. Woohoo!
A baby Nepenthes hamata, with a new pitcher.
Oh, the cute little teeth are becoming a little more prominent!
A Nepenthes maxima hybrid from Paul.
Nepenthes jamban, a new pitcher opening.
Recently a new pitcher of Nepenthes jamban popped open! This Nepenthes really fascinates me. It has such a unique … toilet like shape. My understanding is “jamban” in Indonesian translates to “toilet.” Anyway, this Nepenthes by any other name would be just as awesome. I can’t wait for the other pitchers to open up… it has a couple more toilets, er, pitchers… forming that I’m looking forward to!
Here’s a few Nepenthes photos! They’re lovin’ their dome and I’m seeing quite a bit of new pitchers forming. It’s all so exciting for me and I can see why these plants are so addicting!
Nepenthes thorelii x aristolochioides
Nepenthes ventricosa x tiveyi
Nepenthes densiflora x truncata
Nepenthes jamban – new pitcher forming! YAY!
Howdy! Just a few shots from around the greenhouse… enjoy!
Drosera binata var. multifida
Sarracenia (leucophylla x oreophila) x ‘Adrian Slack’ – select clone
Sarracenia ((rubra x oreophila) x flava var. rugelii) x ‘Adrian Slack’
Sarracenia ‘Leah Wilkerson’ x ‘Adrian Slack’
Sarracenia “Pink Eye”
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