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    My first Cephalotus

    This is my first cephalotus. For over 2 months, there are more pitches and leaves but they are not bigger . Pitch is about 1/4 inch. Do you think plant will grow bigger or not?. Thanks.

    [IMG]My first Cephalotus[/IMG]

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    It looks like a young plant, so yes it will grow bigger in time.

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    A little more light may bring out some more color, but its a beautiful plant. Nice job. It will definitely get bigger.

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    beautiful plant. looks very healthy. i wouldnt change a thing, and you will see adult pitchers in no time!

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    Thanks all for your comment. Hope it grows up much bigger.

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    Nice healthy looking plant you managed to get. Should do nicely

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    Update:
    After 3 months, plants grow a little bigger but too slow. How long does it take to be adult? 10 year? LOL. Thanks for watching.

    My first Cephalotus

    My first Cephalotus

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    Looks like nice growth to me! Cephs are very slow growers. And no predicting adult pitchers. It just happens. I'm growing a few from seed and it's looking like I may not have them flower for 3-4 years.

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