It's a new (although not the newest) pitcher on my Cephalotus "Hummer's Giant". I'm not satisfied with the color, so I lowered the metal halide about 5 inches. I hope it doesn't burn it: I don't think it will. I wish there weren't so many growth points overlapping each other, but there's no way I'm going to try to separate them. Cephalotus does what it wants in my house!
I inoculated it with Trichoderma , but I can't see if it's alive and doing anything under the media or not. I used to have pebbles on top to make it look nice, but top watering mixed it all up anyway. It's in a like... 6 inch wide, maybe 8 inch tall clay pot, I guess. I do top water, because I don't have it on a tray system, and I think top water plus a porous clay pot makes Cephalotus a happy camper in my conditions. I'm sure having the terrarium only 50% closed and having a fan helps, too. Lots of air movement for this fuzzy guy. I fertilize regularly, foliarly and directly in the pitchers.