N. eymae X jacquelineae
N. truncata X spectabilis, maturing nicely.
N. truncata X spectabilis, detail of peristome.
N. spectabilis X hamata, from Jeremiah Harris.
One of Sam Estes’s hybrids, parentage unknown. This plant produces more pitchers than anything else I grow, and they last up to 14 months!
N. muluensis X lowii, a great naturally occurring hybrid.
N. Triffid, a N. dubia hybrid.
And good old N. hamata, a pair of chummy pitchers.