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By JoshDoe
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So I have a question about Nepenthes as well. I own one I bought from online store. They said it was an unknown variety. I've owned it 2-3 months and its developed tendrils but they don't seem to be pitchering. I have a grow light and they are near a window so they get close to 20 hours of light. I mist them daily and cover with a ziploc. I don't have tech to measure humidity the room is about 70 F does it just take forever for pitchering? Idk I've never owned one before. Also I have a ton of Big Pink sundew seedlings been growing about 3 months and this is the largest one. Is that typical?
By JoshDoe
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By sanguinearocks101
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From the photos you posted it looks like it has some baby pitchers. Lots of nepenthes' baby pitchers are tiny, green, and have only a tiny tendril connecting it to the leaf. Some species of nepenthes like Nepenthes villosa, Nepenthes Lowii, and Nepenthes Hamata are known to take a long time to pitcher.
By JoshDoe
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I'm guessing the brown ones are dying? Or if I'm lucky they are changing color before dropping down

For the Big pink sundew seedlings is it normal for them to be that tiny for that long. I know they are slow growers just not sure how much they should be growing
By thekingofrandom
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Joined:  Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:51 pm
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Ok so i just bought this miranda from a local nursery in Chattanooga tn. Look atvthe size of the pitchers on it
By thekingofrandom
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Joined:  Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:51 pm
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Is this stem rot?

Look at how huge these pitchers are omg!!!
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By f1appyb1rd
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thekingofrandom wrote:Is this stem rot?

Look at how huge these pitchers are omg!!!
That’s where they chop off the main vine to clone a new plant to sell. Chop, sell, clone, repeat...


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