Joined: Thu Jun 15, 2017 3:13 pm
I got my very first cephalotus and read some online care guide which seems the same like the care for regular VFTs or other carnivorous plants, except for the "it doesn't like sitting in water" part. It was growing new baby pitchers, but then I had to leave for vacation and was gone for 1.5 week and when I came back it looked okay but the soil was totally dry(i grow it under artificial light).
However I noticed that all of the pitchers look dry like.. 80 year old man's skin kind of.. and they are becoming yellow and then die out. Also, the stems of some of the baby pitchers seem the same, still green, but a little dehydrated.
Please see the before and after photos below and let me know if and how can I save the plant I love it, it was gorgeous and defintely don't want to lose it, so please HELP ME
All soil/water/pot tips are followed just as it is for VFTs: Rain water, peat+perlite+kwarz sand mix and plastic pots.