thank you for your help
i dont know how to post photos in this forum.A photo would help with the diagnosis.
My ceph lost 3 small pitchers and two leaves, but is sending ip two new growth points rather fast......must just be a ceph thing.
Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.
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thank you moble for the help. here is the befor photo and a few after.
this is one week after geting the ceph
so if any one has any ideas of what could couse this.
Cephalotus can 'sulk' a little when put in a new environment. It's not unusual to lose a few pitchers on a plant that has been in the mail. The leaves look glossy, which is a good sign. Cephalotus leaves tend to go dull and flaccid when the plant is in trouble.
ok thank you for your advice. is any of it, color that the plant is geting?Cephalotus can 'sulk' a little when put in a new environment. It's not unusual to lose a few pitchers on a plant that has been in the mail. The leaves look glossy, which is a good sign. Cephalotus leaves tend to go dull and flaccid when the plant is in trouble.
The only concern that I would have with such a young Cephalotus is the danger in keeping it too wet. At that age they are particularly prone to mold and rot . . .
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so about how often should i water?