https://www.flytrapcare.com/store/cepha ... llicularis
I think it has been a couple of years since we've offered any Cephs, but the ones we potted out back in November in this video are ready to go:
These have been growing for 5 months in soil and are now well hardened, well established, and ready for new homes!!
They will come potted in attractive 4-inch faux terra cotta pots and potted in 50/50 peat and 12-grit silica sand, topped with 12-grit silica sand.
These are all juveniles and haven't put out mature pitchers yet but many look like they're ready to do so soon. Offered in clumps ranging from medium (about 3/4 inch in diameter) to XXL (about 1.75-2 inch diameter) in size.
Cephalotus are hard to find these days and are sold out most of the time at most carnivorous plant nurseries so don't miss your chance to get one!