|I have finally begun to post
pictures from my nursery. I'll keep this section
updated fairly frequently. You can find many
additional pictures located in each of the
Cephalotus follicularis with 4" pitchers growing
in a 14" pot.
Large D. Adelae
10" Nepenthes Petiolata pitcher
The beautifully colored N. rafflesiana "singapore
N. reinwardtiana pitcher. Notice one of the two
on the side of the interior of the pitcher.
These "eye" spots
are a distinquishing feature of this species.
An 8" N. truncata pitcher. Although this pitcher
may seem big,
N. truncata can produce pitchers more than twice
Due to the truncated leaves, the pitcher can be
width of the plant, which produces a very
A view inside one of the lowland growth chambers
at the CP
Jungle. These are size 3 plants. Closest to the
front are 6"-7"
N. merrilliana. Next are 5" diameter truncatas
pitchers. Toward the back are 1 foot diameter N.
and N. rafflesiana "typical. There are also a
N. sanguinea "spotted" 5" plants. The leaves are
the pitchers are yellow/green and develop