My Cephalotus finally sent out its first mature pitchers last month and I finally have time to upload them now.
It has taken a little less than 2 years now from a leaf cutting I received (that had a small bud on it). This poor thing has suffered so much abuse- I transplanted it 2 times because the media was drying out too much, etc... but it never died off, which is amazing to me. I literally haven't touched this pot for over a year (the last time I fed it), and it just keeps slowly growing.
They are watered via the tray method. The pot is about 7 inches tall (an old blank CD rack cover) and I'm using the Charles Brewer Ceph mix:
45% dried spagnum moss
45% medium perlite
8% peat/sand mixture
2% wood charcoal
More sand/peat can be added and doesn't cause problems.
My mom fills up the tray once a week or so while I'm away at school for up to 2 months at a time. She's the best Keep in mind, my mom has very little knowledge about carnivorous plants, so this shows that anyone can grow a ceph if they put it in a good mix and make sure it doesn't ever dry out
Here's a picture of the whole pot (surrounded by the 3 sisters of Queensland, one of which is on life support:
The young pitchers look pretty crappy but I'm impressed at how beatiful the adult pitcher looks. I fed it some Beta pellets now, so hopefully it will put out a few more pitchers in the near future.