Benny wrote:The ones that flowered cost 25$. Pretty expensive but yeah they are quite large. Not quite sure what species or hybrid(as I forgot to look at the pitcher design), but I'm guessing it was a ventrata. I'm willing to pay this much because I really want to support my local nurseries in these times of little business, and keep them open. They also take great care of them as they were in a greenhouse and received adaquit light. Their VFTs were under artificial lights with glass panels to ward off any poking fingers, but not fully enclosed. I think the neps have been there a while, and grew to a nice size. They seem to care about their plants health, even if they take different care than the others. I want to motivate them to put out more CPs by buying off them as well.$25!!!! That is an amazing price! I would think it would be at least $35 probably more! Neps are the best. They are very easy to take care of, I leave my Sanguinea and Alata in a sunny room, water them when the top looks dry, and they do great! I sometimes even forget to water them for a week and a half and the only thing that happens is that the forming leaf turns out droopy.
But anyway, Nepenthes are really cool plants, and are not too hard to care for(as I learned). I think they may end up being my favorite CP (that is, if I can keep them alive).
sanguinearocks101 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 07, 2020 2:29 pm That will be good for light. Without a doubt you will be able to keep it alive. The only things that can kill a ventrata are pests, extreme temperatures, and a lack of water(soil drying out for a few days in a row).Also known as what kills any other plant
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