Nepenthes macrophylla is a large carnivorous pitcher plant known only from the summit of Mount Trus Madi on the island of Borneo. This species is thought to be the most endangered highland Nepenthes of Borneo. It is threatened by habitat destruction and over-collecting for the international plant trade.
Natural occurrence of the hybrid of Sarracenia psittacina and Sarracenia rubra. Interestingly, the hybrid plant is floating as are the S. psittacina whereas the S. rubra is anchored in soil at the tree base.
Gorgeous Sarracenia flava var rugelii Giant Robust Clone (MK F18) A young plant that I can’t wait to reach maturity. I love the clean bright green of rugelii plants. Also a cute fun picture I came across. I love it.
I’ve entered this Dionaea B52 into a giant traps competition. I doubt it will place but I’m just proud of it doing so well after two years outdoors. Note I bought it from South West Carnivorous Plants. It is not the cultivar South West Giant. It is a B52. I shall be letting this plant grow into a large specimen clump so it looks nice and can be displayed in places such as if I ever end up selling at the local farmer’s market.