where did you get your seed and how did you germinate them?
i've been told they are very susceptible to some fungus so i have been giving a beneficial fungus fungicide (Companion, i think) every few weeks or months
Brandywine, Green Zebra, and San Marzano tomatoes
Habanero, Super Chile (??) and Guajillo chile - hoping to get a Serrano too.
Striata D'Italia zucchini
Boston Pickler cucumbers
Chanterais and an heirloom cantaloupe
Golden Midget and Lawrence Farm watermelons
French breakfast radishes
I found the envelope a few hours ago, I can send you a bunch of last year's seed... if it doesn't come up then no loss. If you know what lambs quarters is, it's a cousin to that. It likes to grow in the andean highlands, and has the most complete protein of any plant product. You can also grow it and eat the younger leaves/shoots as greens (just like lambs quarters)
That's a lot of pitcher for the size of your plant. Your sanguinea has pretty good color for the type. I need to take a new picture, as right now it has more & larger pitchers than the older photo, but this is the best of my 4 Nepenthe hybrids. Nepenthe (alata x maxima) 'Dark', the hybrid (alata x maxima) is common, and usually fairly dull in color. This one was made using highly colored select parents, both the alata and the maxima were more colorful than typical for their types. And it seems to like my conditions. Its doing the best of the 6 Nepenthes I decided to try a couple years ago. Now I'm down to 3 and this one is the best. 4 inch pot, the vine is about 24 inches long and growing.
Currently? Not much... I have a red passion flower of some sort, and technically I have a Venus Flytrap, but my brother's currently taking care of that one. Once we get the greenhouse in full swing, however, I'll probably branch out.