I wish only to discuss the topic of this thread here. Any
issues related to the previous thread have been resolved.
Now, to answer fc3srx713b:
Yes, these cuttings are unrooted. By that, I mean that theyOriginally Posted by [b
will be freshly cut from the vine. My experience with them (I
have rooted a few before) is that they are pretty easy, typically
rooting in a couple of months. However, to be successful, you
will need to supply appropriate lighting (see my previous remarks
about this), a photoperiod of about 13 hours, high humidity, and
temps between about 70 and 90 F.
Cuttings are three nodes. Leaves are a foot long or so.
I am looking for other rare, mature Nepenthes -- either unusual
color forms or stuff like N. klossii, N. mapuluensis, etc. However,
since few people have these, cash is also considered.
Finally, yes, it is true that small specimens of N. northiana are
pretty common. However, as you observed, it is quite
uncommon to find a mature specimen. In fact, I have never
seen anyone offer cuttings from a mature plant before. So,
that is why I am asking for it what I ask. My opinion is that it's
still a pretty good deal, however.
BTW, I don't repot very often. Previously, I have only done so
to provide the plant with more room for its roots. So, I would
say that this has only happened every two or three years, at
I hope that this has answered your questions. Thanks for