Good news first, there is a flower on one of my pings. I believe it to be a primiflora (I don't think that is spelt correct, hope you know what I mean); light lavender flower with bright yellow middle. Its soooooo cute!
Anyhow, the plant itself is one by one losing its leaves. They are going brown from the outside edge in and becoming crispy. For a while, I was cutting the browing edge off, but each leaf is taking its turn. The plant also does not seem to be getting any new leaves and it still is not very good at bug catching (and there are plenty of fungas gnats in my house to catch). The bugs just walk all over the leaves like there is no concern. The plant sits in a North windowsill, with added warm floresent lights. The humidity is roughly 50-60% for most of the time. I did have it in a higher humidity tank for a short while (which is when the flower was first forming) but that just seemed to accelerate the leaves dying off. The leaf edges are not forming plantlets as many describe this plant to do. Can I propagate these from a leaf? I may try one anyhow as there is nothing to lose from trying and a lot to gain if it works. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
Well your thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks all.