All Nepenthes cuttings were maied today healthy and green. *Please follow these instructions for rooting them successfully:
*cut each leaf half-way up from the stem (remove pitchers);
*make 2 slices on either side of the stem from the bottom of the cutting, up about an inch, a few mm deep, with a sharp razor blade;
*dip the cutting in rooting hormone;
*place carefully in loosely packed long fibred sphagnum moss and water
*keep cutting in very high humidity AND very high light! *This is important so the cutting does not rot. *Rotting will probably occur if temps are too low and not enough light so keep warm too, but in my opinion, the light factor is important from what I have observed.
Making the 2 slices in the stem is also important because I have removed well-rooted cuttings from the moss and ALL of the new roots formed only at these slices.
Please ask any other questions; I hope they perform well for you.