Hi guys! Just thought I'd share some pics of my collection! I got rid of most of my slippers last year, I do still have a few here and there but I've mostly focused on tropical pitcher plants (Nepenthes) and cool growing pleurothallid orchids. This grow tent is set up to achieve night temperatures of around 55 degrees at night with days around 74 maximum while maintaining 80%+ humidity. I've been rather pleased with the results so far, it took a while to dial everything in but now I've been seeing some really good growth from my plants! Most of my Nepenthes are fairly recent acquisitions, most within the last year, so many of them have some growing to do before you can really get an idea of their full potential. The Nepenthes shelf, I didn't get an overview of the orchid shelf because it is quite the disaster zone at the moment lol Tent Overview 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr Top Shelf 2 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr Top Shelf 4 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr Lower Shelf 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr One of the reasons I love nepenthes is no two species look alike, even within a single species the plants can vary in appearance greatly depending on the maturity of the plant. N. vogelii TC BE 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr N. petiolata TC BE 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr N. chaniana TC BE 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr N. jamban TC BE 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr The oldest plant I currently own. I purchased this one as a small seedling in 2012, I almost killed it two years ago, and it's now finally beginning to look good again after growing back from a stump. N. robcantleyi SG BE 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr N. robcantleyi SG BE 5/23/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr A few orchids that look nice at the moment M. veitchiana 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr M. welischii 'Rip Hoff' AM/AOS 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr My most recent plant addiction, Dendrobium cuthbertsonii. This is Ecuagenera's "orange" clone, more of a multicolor rather than a clear orange. D. cuthbertsonii orange 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr This particular bloom has been open for 3 months and still looks perfect. It is also literally the same size as the plant. D. cuthbertsonii 'White Tips' AM/AOS x self by Mike Fallen, on Flickr This is my "King" sundew, it can get massive 2'+ across! Mine is still fairly small, maybe 10" at this point but it's still easily able to subdue larger insects. D. regia 5/26/17 by Mike Fallen, on Flickr Thanks for looking!