I’m curious if anyone has had luck keeping a Cephalotus outdoors in the summer month. I only have one, a C. follicularis “Daniela”, that is not real happy with me. I think part of the problem could be a lack of temperature drop at night. The plant lives on a sunny window sill with a Nep, Ping & 2 Sundews that are doing great.
I’m in the Pacific Northwest & our day/nights are roughly mid 80s to high 50s.
Anyways, poor thing is down to no pitchers, 1 good looking leaf & 2 tiny leaves that I hope start growing. Clearly, Cephalotus is too advanced for me.
Any advice would be appreciated.
-Seth Brundle, The Fly