Steve’s CP collection on camera!
N. singalana X hamata, clone 2. This is the first pitcher produced on this seedling, and it is quite different from the first plant I acquired. Where the first seedling is quite dark and mottled, with a very deep red peristome, this one is an all-over chartreuse hue, with just a hint of red here and there. Of course, there is the chance that over the weeks to come, there will be a lot more pigmentation develop with exposure to sunlight. It has a pronounced waist inherited from the singalana parent, but the peristome is quite toothy, and no doubt will become more so as the plant matures.
Drosera roseana, one of the remarkably tiny Pygmy Sundews from Australia. Last October I planted about 150 D. roseana gemmae (Gemmae are the asexually generated reproductive buds the Pygmies produce every Fall) in a 4″ wide clay pot. This is how they look today: (click on the pics to get a highly detailed larger view)
Read more about the Pygmy Sundews and their care here.