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    Hey man, looks great. In that last photo the media still looks to be in good condition. Personally I wouldn't repot it yet; if I did I would probably upgrade the pot only a little bit. I'm sure it would be fine if repotted or if left alone a bit longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radagast View Post
    Hey man, looks great. In that last photo the media still looks to be in good condition. Personally I wouldn't repot it yet; if I did I would probably upgrade the pot only a little bit. I'm sure it would be fine if repotted or if left alone a bit longer.
    It had been in that pot for over a year, and the media was squishy and smelled bad, it was definitely time for a fresh pot!
    ~Burgeoning connoisseur of all things ventricosa or otherwise tubby.~

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    Nothing like the smell of mushy sphag too give u a reason to repot lol!

    Finally uploaded photos of some of my plants sashoke, take a look nothing too spectacular BUT their alive and well lol lol!

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    N. lardassiensis


    N. ventricosa (SG) from Paul


    N. "Red Leopard"


    N. sibuyanesis is making a pitcher! Its happening!


    N. burkei "madjah as" vine cutting making lots of new growth.
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    Very nice! I assume that you have the N. Sibuyanensis developing pitcher on the moss to keep it moist?
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    Keep it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katya_dog1 View Post
    Very nice! I assume that you have the N. Sibuyanensis developing pitcher on the moss to keep it moist?
    N. sibyuanesis has burrowing tendrils, meaning they like to stretch down and go underneath the soil a little before inflating, without any solid ground under the tendrils, Ive observed them twisting and curling back upwards and then eventually shriveling up.
    With this moss here however, the tendrils stop travelling around and start inflating very soon after making contact with the moss.

    Its a species dependant thing, all my other plants are perfectly happy to inflate floating pitchers.
    ~Burgeoning connoisseur of all things ventricosa or otherwise tubby.~

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    S. jonesii seeds have stayed this size for as long as Ive had them, I dont know why they wont grow



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    TUBBY!

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    Are you fertilizing the Sarracenia seedlings ? Osmocote usually sends them blasting off for me.

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