Pulling propagation is possible but not the easiest way to propagate Sarrs. Having read this in literature, purps are the best candidates for this type of propagation. flava, oreophila, rubra etc... reportedly do not do as well as purps.
That may actually be viable! all you can do now is wait.
<Heli> How are you guys losing your hamatas?
<Brokken> Heli: The hamburglar.
Yeah I hope it will be since I like these plants and sure wonna have some more (:
I think this stands a good chance at striking because you got both rhizome and roots and are growing it in a high humidity medium.
"There is no pain as great as being alive,
no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
Sounds good then since im pretty new att doing these kind off stuff. Il update with pics later on iff it dies or strikes.
Keep an eye out for fungus, mold, and other goodies that will love the stagnant air and high humidity.
-Joel from Southern California
Ok her is an update on my S.purpurea propogate experiment (: It worked mutch better than I could emagine even then I did have faith on it alot hehe.. Worked so good that even the main mother pitcher I started with is fully functional and not dry at all I have been checking the base place off the plant and I can count to 5 new tiny small pitchers forming and 2 off them you can see easy. For the record it have gone 16 days since I did make this leafcutting.
Pic with main pitcher:
Pic at main base of plant:
Nice! Congratulations on striking.