Krzysio

Krzysio's Nepenthes

Recommended Posts

Nepenthes robcantleyi
2017_06_05_024.JPG


Nepenthes spathulata
2017_06_05_028.JPG


Nepenthes Louisa
2017_06_05_054.JPG


Nepenthes Miranda
2017_06_05_069.JPG


Nepenthes maxima Lake Poso
2017_06_05_093.JPG


Nepenthes maxima
2017_06_08_012.JPG

Nepenthes sanguinea

2017_06_05_058.JPG

2017_06_05_056.JPG

2017_06_05_053.JPG


Nepenthes platychila
2017_06_08_007.JPG

2017_06_08_011.JPG


Nepenthes alata (Surigao, Philippines)
2017_06_05_176.JPG


Nepenthes thorelii x (merrilliana x northiana)
2017_06_05_111.JPG2017_06_05_109.JPG

2017_06_05_162.JPG2017_06_05_026.JPG

2017_05_31_033.JPG

2017_05_31_029.JPG2017_05_31_030.JPG

2017_05_31_036.JPG

2017_05_31_032.JPG

 

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks,

This is other sanguinea - another clone,

his lower pitchers looked more interesting

2015_06_12_211.jpg

 

2015_08_26_027.jpg

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I think this is not a sanguinea, maybe it's a plant that is sold in the trade as N. sanguinea Black Jack, but N. sanguinea Black Jack probably is not sanguinea, it is most likely Rebecca Soper.

My N. sanguinea and N. sanguinea Black Jack

i23_06_2014_025.jpg

This is my other N. sanguinea

2016_01_29_a436.jpg

Nepenthes sanguinea Black Jack

2017_06_05_059.JPG

2017_06_05_200.JPG

2017_06_05_202.JPG

 

Below are photos of Rebecca Soper (left pitcher) and sanguinea Black Jack (right), pitchers in different ages

2017_06_05_208.JPG2017_06_05_209.JPG

2017_06_05_210.JPG2017_06_05_212.JPG

2017_06_05_211.JPG

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Nepenthes bongso
2017_06_19_037.JPG2017_06_19_036.JPG

Nepenthes robcantleyi
2017_06_19_034.JPG
2017_06_23_018.JPG

Nepenthes spathulata x robcantleyi
2017_06_19_075.JPG2017_06_19_071.JPG


2017_06_19_074.JPG2017_06_23_080.JPG

2017_06_23_079.JPG2017_06_23_075.JPG

Nepenthes spathulata
2017_06_20_001.JPG2017_06_14_021.JPG


Nepenthes hirsuta
2017_06_20_011.JPG


Nepenthes khasiana
2017_06_20_013.JPG


Nepenthes rafflesiana x mirabilis var globosa
2017_06_20_009.JPG


2017_06_20_010.JPG2017_06_20_007.JPG

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Nepenthes mira (Palawan, Philippines)
2017_06_23_008.JPG2017_06_23_009.JPG

2017_06_23_014.JPG2017_06_23_010.JPG

Nepenthes chaniana x veitchii
2017_06_23_053.JPG2017_06_23_054.JPG


Nepenthes ampullaria x? z nasion
2017_06_23_043.JPG


2017_06_23_044.JPG

Nepenthes spathulata x adnata
2017_06_23_085.JPG2017_06_23_088.JPG

Nepenthes adnata x campanulata
2017_06_23_055.JPG

2017_06_23_057.JPG

Nepenthes boschiana
2017_06_23_089.JPG


Nepenthes truncata
2017_06_23_060.JPG


Nepenthes bokorensis (location C, Cambodia)
2017_06_23_031.JPG


Nepenthes bicalcarata
2017_06_23_039.JPG  2017_06_23_041.JPG


Nepenthes maxima Mini
2017_06_23_030.JPG

2017_06_23_029.JPG

Sphagnum
2017_06_23_101.JPG

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Beautiful plants, I love dipping into this thread. Your pictures are very clear and show the traits of the plants well. 

Does the maxima mini stay very mini? Or does it start to get big in time.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

It never occurred to me until this thread that bongso uppers could be so nice!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

What is the most important thing to grow nepenthes in the green house do you think? except for humidity, temperature and light.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 3.07.2017 at 8:43 PM, danl82 said:

Beautiful plants, I love dipping into this thread. Your pictures are very clear and show the traits of the plants well. 

Does the maxima mini stay very mini? Or does it start to get big in time.

Thanka Dan, My maxima mini has pitchers max 5-6 cm long and the stem is about 30-35 cm long, then it dies and new basall rosette growing. It is really mini.

 

On 18.07.2017 at 5:22 PM, TCurrell said:

It never occurred to me until this thread that bongso uppers could be so nice!

Tom, the bongso upper pitchers look very nice, but the whole plant looks very poorly - 2 meters of bald stem and at the end two or three pitchers, fortunately the young plants are already growing, so I think it will look better.

 

 

On 20.07.2017 at 4:11 AM, cardinal said:

What is the most important thing to grow nepenthes in the green house do you think? except for humidity, temperature and light.
 

Only time and a lot of patience

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Nepenthes Bloody Mary
2017_07_04_037.JPG

2017_07_04_030.JPG

Nepenthes Bloody Mary, Nepenthes Hookeriana
2017_07_04_034.JPG


Nepenthes pitopangii (Ivory Colored Form)
2017_07_04_006.JPG

2017_07_04_004.JPG2017_07_04_005.JPG

Nepenthes albomarginata Red
2017_07_11_007.JPG2017_07_11_024.JPG

2017_07_11_025.JPG

2017_07_18_028.JPG


Nepenthes burbidgeae x platychila
2017_07_11_028.JPG2017_07_18_024.JPG

Nepenthes mindanaoensis (Philippines)
2017_07_11_040.JPG2017_07_09_018.JPG

Nepenthes argentii x armin (Guiting Guiting, Sibuyan, Philippines)
2017_07_11_046.JPG


Nepenthes singalana x dubia
2017_07_11_045.JPG

Nepenthes ramispina
2017_07_11_043.JPG

Nepenthes albomarginata Green (BE 3612)
2017_07_18_025.JPG

Nepenthes maxima
2017_07_17_015.JPG2017_07_18_035.JPG

2017_07_17_013.JPG2017_07_17_014.JPG

2017_07_11_017.JPG

2017_07_09_019.JPG

  • Like 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Nepenthes sibuyanensis x talangensis
2017_07_18_034.JPG2017_07_11_009.JPG


Nepenthes spectabilis x ventricosa
2017_07_18_033.JPG


Nepenthes bicalcarata
2017_07_18_026.JPG  2017_07_18_027.JPG


Nepenthes thorelii x (merrilliana x northiana)
2017_07_18_060.JPG  2017_07_18_062.JPG


Nepenthes spathulata x robcantleyi
2017_07_17_011.JPG
2017_07_11_002.JPG


Nepenthes Hookeriana from seed
2017_07_18_030.JPG

2017_07_17_001.JPG  2017_07_17_004.JPG


Nepenthes Miranda
2017_07_11_021.JPG2017_07_11_015.JPG

2017_07_11_008.JPG


Nepenthes khasiana (India)
2017_07_11_010.JPG2017_07_11_013.JPG



Nepenthes neoguineensis (Angkasa, Irian Jaya)
2017_07_11_011.JPG

Nepenthes ventrinermis (N. inermis x N. ventricosa)
2017_07_11_006.JPG2017_07_11_005.JPG

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Nepenthes sibuyanensis x Lady Pauline
2017_07_31_076.JPG   2017_07_31_078.JPG

Nepenthes spectabilis x ventricosa
2017_07_31_072.JPG   2017_07_31_102.JPG

Nepenthes ventricosa
2017_07_31_111.JPG   2017_07_31_109.JPG

Nepenthes maxima (dolny i górny dzbanek)
2017_07_31_084.JPG   2017_07_31_074.JPG

Nepenthes maxima Lake Poso
2017_07_31_064.JPG

Nepenthes Miranda
2017_07_31_065.JPG   2017_07_31_073.JPG

Nepenthes northiana
2017_07_31_059.JPG


Nepenthes ?
2017_07_31_029.JPG   2017_07_31_030.JPG

Nepenthes robcantleyi
2017_07_31_032.JPG   2017_07_31_034.JPG

  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks Mujinamo,


Nepenthes burkei x hamata
2017_07_31_128.JPG  2017_07_31_010.JPG

2017_07_31_007.JPG  2017_07_31_129.JPG


Nepenthes robcantleyi x hamata
2017_07_31_016.JPG


2017_07_31_017.JPG2017_07_31_020.JPG

Nepenthes spathulata x dubia
2017_07_31_027.JPG

Nepenthes Ventrata
2017_07_31_040.JPG


Nepenthes jamban
2017_07_31_023.JPG  2017_07_31_022.JPG

 

Several new Nepenthes from Christian Klein

Nepenthes sumatrana, seedgrown
2017_07_31_122.JPG

2017_07_31_002.JPG  2017_07_31_004.JPG

Nepenthes macfarlanei (Gentings, Peninsular Malaysia)
2017_07_31_119.JPG


Nepenthes beccariana
2017_07_31_120.JPG


Nepenthes burkei x alata (Mt. Halcon, Mindoro, Philippines)
2017_07_31_127.JPG

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Them pitchers are really nice. My local lidl store is getting some sarracenia in on the 10th of august. Do you think they'll be worth buying from a super market store, if they look healthy enough? And if I do do will the soil they come in be ok or do you think they will need repotting?

Sent from my SM-A300FU using Tapatalk

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Immediately after delivery, the plants in the supermarkets are in good condition, and generally do not need repotting.
Unfortunately, usually in supermarkets do not care about them and the substrate dries very quickly, then of course the plants need to be repotting. It often happens that after a few days after the delivery of the plant they are dying, so it is worth shopping to do immediately after delivery.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks for info Krzysio, I'll make sure I go go in the day they come. I'll choose the healthiest ones! Only going to get two as it's getting addictive and my windowsills are nearly full, till get green house lol

Sent from my SM-A300FU using Tapatalk

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Very nice jamban. It looks like the plant next to the spathulata x dubia is having some trouble. I recently got some sumatrana from Christian Klein too but they don't have any stripes on their peristomes unlike yours.

Edited by Mujinamo

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
49 minutes ago, Mujinamo said:

It looks like the plant next to the spathulata x dubia is having some trouble. I recently got some sumatrana from Christian Klein too but they don't have any stripes on their peristomes unlike yours.

It is an old spathulata x dubia peak of growth (he's dead), and the new one is growing and producing such pitchers.

N. sumatrana is seedgrown, so each individual may look different

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.