Oh! So glad we now have a forum for CP's!
I have Pinguiculas, Nepenthes and Sarracenias. I have been posting them on other threads but will post it here now too!
Pinguiculas -fungus gnats love Pings so I really like that it thrives so easily indoors.
Pinguicula gigantea - acquired this June from an auction at the Bay Area Carnivore Shore.
So far it is the biggest of my Pings and currently in bloom:
Compared in size with my other Pings
It is in bloom, the blooms seems to go a bit lighter as it gets older:
My other PInguiculas
This is how its blooms look like last Feb 2016
This is my oldest Pinguicula - I messed up the tag on this one, but so far it has been with me for the past 3 years, had to divide it:
Photo Jan 2015
Then I was away in Dec 2015, when I came back had to really consider dividing and making it look nicer, lots of dried out leaves:
Before repot 28Jan 2016
And my nepenthes, all being grown indoors by our west facing window by the sink. Typically I read it does not need to stand in water, but in my very dry area, it seems to prefer to be in standing water:
Nepenthes densiflora (spathulata x spectabile)
Nepenthes petiolata x veitchii
Nepenthes max x vent (sorry I still have to get clear on its name, that's how the name was on a masking tape on its container), but it is a male one, that much I know, I also won this at the recent carnivore show auction
Sarracenias - all growing outdoors year round
Sarracenia psittacina - this one was really nice the first year but it is struggling right now, I guess our really poor humidity here is not to its liking:
Old photo Aug 2014
It is currently in bloom, these were the photos of its bud/bloom
Sarracenia hybrid maybe Judith Hindle - poor carnivore, it has been rather windy, so one of the pitchers is in a bent position
That's my little collection for now..still learning as I go!