I just stumbled on this at a greenhouse. I happened to see it tucked off to the side and knew that it was a nep, but no pitchers have formed so I don't know what kind!
The pic is a poor quality cell phone pic with my parents' oversized Golden Retriever as a reference. The leaves aren't as large as the mirandas that I'm eyeing at another place but the plant is clearly and old timer. There are at least 6 or 7 shoots, most of which are full sized plants unto themselves.
I need the nep super-experts to help out on this one. So far we know:
-it is a mature plant, but the leaves aren't particularly massive
-it doesn't have one single pitcher despite being in a greenhouse for a long time
-the greenhouse was a little chilly today so this could be a plant that doesn't
pitcher well in chilly conditions OR
-maybe it is a highland that doesn't like the average greenhouse conditions
too many questions that I have no idea how to answer. The guy that helped take it down said it was a "pitcher plant" and that was it. Considering that when he was taking it to the register he asked if I needed any plant food to go with it, I wasn't expecting much more help from him. I'm suprised that it survived as long as it has.
So if there are any clues that could help narrow it down, I'd love to know how I'm supposed to care for this thing. It'll be well lit and wet with a nice spraying of fertilizer but beyond that...HELP!!!!! I will submit better photos when I can get them. The phone is the only option at this time.