Thanks everyone! So far so good! no drooping pitchers yet!
that looks like you got it from lowes just the pot, but the quality is WAYY too nice
Originally Posted by lizasaur
What's that little green stuff in the upper right of your pot? I have that everywhere, and it's somewhat annoying.
I like the use of sphagnum moss on the top. It makes the whole plant look more lush. I have just plain peat and sand in mine, which looks sort of plain.
I'm late to the Ceph party, but I wanted to say congrats on the awesome new plant!
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wolfn , hows yours doing , is it out in the cold or do you have it in side.
youve had it what two weeks now , how did it handle the repot? its ok isnt it lets see a up date picture.
@ wolfin: actually, when i received the plant, it was covered with shredded sphagnum which is what you see there in the picture. i used a paint brush to get off most of it, but as you can see there's still a good amount left. if it grows, that'd be amazing. how is yours doing btw?
@mmlr38: you're not too late! the party still going on!
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i have no idea. some sort of bryophyte.
My Ceph is doing good. So far, there's no set back. All the leaves are still green and I see a new pitcher forming that looks like it has some red veins on it (I guess my light is better than I thought).
However, I'm now suddenly thinking of adding some sphagnum moss on top after looking at the picture of the Ceph in this thread.
Edit: I just got a new Nepenthes Truncata today, so I'll try and take some new pictures of everything tomorrow (Saturday)
If you have problems overwatering your ceph i suggest you keep your peat/sand mix on top so you can see when you have to water the plant in place of guessing....something to think about.
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