Well, one of my Gentle's two existing pitchers is withering, but the other one's still alive.
It's very slow-growing, it's only produced two new pitchers since I've got it, but both are tiny - about 2cm compared to the existing 13cm ones.
In addition, neither pitcher produces nectar or digestive fluid or catches its own food. Which made me wonder if N. Gentle may not be more suited to an intermediate setup rather than Singapore's lowland conditions. I know Island grows them as lowlanders, but maybe the large healthy pitchers require lower temperatures and higher humidity to develop?
Or perhaps it's just a really slow grower.
Any thoughts on this?