I've transplanted (heh) the capensis and VFT's into new, more permanent pots:
I also took a chunk of soil from the VFT pot where the seedlings are and transplanted them to the capensis pot:
My Neps also seem to be doing well. Here's the N. Cathy Jo:
(sorry about the fuzziness, damn auto focus) The plant seems to be doing well, and the pitcher's peristome has started to pink up. It has even secreted enough juice in the pitcher to catch a rather large gnat! I did have a small scare with it though, It was really windy today and it kind of made the plant topple over in its pot. I picked it back up, put the rootball a bit deeper under and it is doing fine now.
Here is the unidentified Nep:
It seems to be doing OK, but all but one of the open pitchers' lids have drooped:
That one pitcher is doing well, but the others all look like that one. The leaves are also fine, I don't think there is anything wrong with the plant. Is this normal?