



The N. bicalcarata jungle 









N. bicalcarata and N. 'Gentle' 
This N. bical is becoming so monstrous it is producing intermediate pitchers high into the hanging baskets of N. 'Gentle'. 












N. bicalcarata orange lower pitchers 









N. bical #38 'Big Mama' she has a five foot leaf span! 








N. bical 'Big Mama' has a vine over ten feet! 








N. bical #38 'Big Mama' two traps 








N. bical #38 'Big Mama' upper trap 








N. bical (red x orange) seedling 








N. bical (red x orange) seedling 








Check out these roots on N. bical clone #5 red on August 15, 2004. 
We use 100% pure long fiber sphagnum moss. The trick with N. bicalcarata is over potting. Give them the room, and they'll grow into a tree sized monster. 







The roots of the same exact plant on February 1, 2006. In a year and a half, this bical grew from a 14 inch leaf span to a four foot leaf span! 








N. rafflesiana gigantea x bicalcarata red
'Blood Tooth' 








N. rafflesiana gigantea x bical red two seedlings starting to show individual characteristics. 








N. rafflesiana gigantea x bicalcarata red 








N. rafflesiana gigantea x bicalcarata red 








N. cantleyi, a dark form (natural hybrid of bical x gracilis) 








N. cantleyi, a dark form (natural hybrid of bical x gracilis) 








N. cantleyi, a dark form (natural hybrid of bical x gracilis) 








N. bical red x (spectabilis x northiana) 







