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Quick Pics: December 12, 2014

Despite the colder weather, a few Nepenthes caught my eye:

Nepenthes truncata with some great stripes:

Recently opened pitcher
Recently opened pitcher

The forever underrated Nepenthes ramispina:

Smoky-black w/ creamy blue inside
Smoky-black w/ creamy blue inside

Nepenthes veitchii “Golden Peristome”:

Smoky-black w/ creamy blue inside
How did it get its name???
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Quick Pics: August 8, 2014

This seed-grown Nepenthes densiflora x robcantleyi is shaping up to be an absolute show-stopper:

Nepenthes densiflora x robcantleyi

The always incredible Nepenthes x trusmadiensis (naturally-occurring hybrid between N. lowii and N. macrophylla):

Nepenthes x trusmadiensis

Drosera “Floating” is a lightly-colored variant of D. admirabilis that is found growing along the edges of, or sometimes in the shallow parts of ponds:

Massive (and extremely fragrant) Stanhopea orchid from an adjoining greenhouse:

Stanhopea orchid