First is the Nepenthes bicalcarata. The fanged nepenthes. This is a true lowlander needing warm nights.
Sarracenia Dana's Delight.
B-52 Venus Flytrap. This is the largest cultivar. That's a 3 inch square pot it is in. Lots more carnivores behind the cut.
Detail of one of the Dana's Delight pitchers. Sarracenias are North American pitcher plants. They grow in bogs in full sunlight.
Nepenthes truncata D. Truncatas eventually get huge. They can produce pitchers big enough to swallow a 2 liter Coke bottle. I can't want for mine to get huge. But they are very slow growing plants so it may be a few years before they become bottle eaters. This one is special because it can make red or orange pitchers instead of the typical green.
This is the pitcher of a hybrid N. (ventricosa x sibuyaneneis) x trusmadiensis.
Another of its beautiful pitchers.
My old tank set up for my 20 gallon. I have since made major changes. Will update that soon.
Mist coming down. I keep the tank between 70-90% humidity.
And my kitchen window. I have gotten one more hanging basket for the window since this photo. Hope you enjoyed this.
Cross posted from: ljcps - Livejournal Carnivorous Plant Society. If you like carnivorous plants please stop by. We are trying to come out of a long "dormancy period". ;)