So the albomarginata joined the rest of my CPs.
A red albo, I thought happily. I wanted to see it pitcher, but I knew this called for a long wait. It was a good thing the albo wasn’t my only nepenthes because we know what they say about a watched kettle.
After more than half a year, it finally threw out a few reddish pitchers.
The pitchers may not have the flamboyance of its neighbor the Gardentech, but I think they look quite distinguished with their signature white bands, don’t they?
Care and propagation: Filtered light; media a mix of sphagnum moss, pine bark, peat moss, sand; keep moist; optional top dressing of moss; propagate using cuttings