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    Odd Ceph

    So it decided that it will waste half of its pitchers...and it is really half!





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    Oh dear! That doesn't look very good. I hope it's alright and just decided to kill part of itself [emo plant]. My Cephalotus killed off 3 or 4 pitchers since it emerged from its long, mild dormancy, but, it's replaced them easily, and thrice over! It must be scary, huh? I hope it's alright, best wishes!
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    Ouch :/. I hope it comes out fine.
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    maybe its making room for when it starts growing its more mature pitchers... How many cephs do you have you seem to have alot


    Quote Originally Posted by NeciFiX View Post
    f [emo plant]. !


    LOL LMAO
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    Jess, did you actually notice the new shoots appearing from the base of the plant in the 2nd pic? Or is it common that Cephs die back to produce mature pitchers?

    How many Cephs as in the number of pots? Around 40, I think. But all are just small to medium plants from 1/2" to 5".
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    I would get a planter and space the 2" apart. That would be something to look at in another year!

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