Post by ontariotraps on Jun 6, 2015 11:28:20 GMT -5
This Nepenthes is my submission for the month of June.
Here Is a Nepenthes I received a year ago from a reputable seller that is no longer open, when It got to me there was no name tag, & they had hired a person to try & have the unnamed plants identified but wasn't a 100% successful, so all in all I received a email saying it could a - Nepenthes Sanguinea, so here is the link to my pics
Post by ontariotraps on Jun 7, 2015 8:48:25 GMT -5
Well either way it kinda gives me an uneasy feeling not knowing the name, after seeing your Ramispina I did notice my pitcher opening is more ovel, & yours is more circular, but thank you the more info I have on it the better I did send a few emails out & about to have it identified but I couldn't get a straight answer.
I have been taking good care of this little plant since the 'darken-center issues' happened. It has been through a lot and recovered well, much bigger and happier now!! I'm so proud of this Drosera Tokaiensis.
Carnivorous Plants lover, Mechatronic Systems Engineer BC, Canada
@ Lloyd, I love the Huerina zebrina. I used to collect stapeliads but once winter rolled by, I got so bored of them, I sold them all. Now I'm regretting it, time to restart hehe. Did you smell anything foul when it bloomed?
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