I’m not sure why but the fractal-like nature of the picture really screams salvia to me for some reason.
This is an example of an upper pitcher of a pretty bizarre Nepenthes species, *N. hamata*. The pitcher dimorphism is quite interesting, here are some pics of different traps on the same plant: And an example of a basal inflating traps on the same
See; before they were eventually trapped, tortured, and imprisoned, the Keebler Elves and Lucky worked quietly in the forest. Kids used to constantly break into their factories and steal goodies. Some of the kids who were caught were captured and put to work. Because
That’s what it said on the further details on my camera… >.<
some [more](http://imgur.com/a/2godP) pictures of the area behind my house
I think this is actually the color. Comparison with google images of the plant makes it plausible.
Wow! Where do you live? This is absolutely beautiful. My favorite thing to do with hoya flowers is squeeze them all together into a neat little ball. I don’t really know why.
And for a moment I thought, again, the Netherlands.