4 responses to “Nepenthes ×ventrata”

  1. Matt

    Woazza. What an amazingly interesting form. The winged tropical pitcher plant evokes, in my mind, a surrealistic womb-like inclosure. I’d love to be a tinkerbell in size and explore the inside of one! Love it.

  2. ~rick

    Striking image. Beautiful lighting and great composition.

  3. Petra

    i am growing a tiny pitcher plant in my terrarium and i am always amazed at the development of the pitchers. i didn’t even know they were modified leaves 🙂

  4. smoker

    Thats a Nepenthes x ventrata (a cross between nepenthes alata and ventricosa) not an alata..

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