Martin Hingst Posted November 6, 2011 Report Share Posted November 6, 2011 (edited) Hi, while I was just sorting out the habitat pictures of Cephalotus in the Walpole area, I had to make a break and went out on the balcony, to take some shots of my cultivated plant. (the habitat pictures will follow soon) Some overall shots: I like the panorama cut: Some details - a group with quite dark pitchers - even among this one clone the colour of groups of pitchers vary... Some cute little ones... The perfect companion plant for me is U. monanthos - though from New Zealand, so no plant you will find in habitat. But a pretty one that fits in colour and size. U. monanthos has quite big, colourful flowers on very short stalks, and I like the leaves: Even though it is difficult to get good shots through the glas plates (next time I make them removable!) some nice light in the pitchers: Enjoy - Martin Edited November 6, 2011 by Martin Hingst 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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