I'm trying a Cephalotus leaf cutting in my lowland Nepenthes tank, it's planted in the N. bical's pot (wether it's rooting or not I can't tell cos so far nothings happening but the leaf is still healthy after two weeks) . All the books say this is a reliable way to make a new Ceph plant and I thought a cohabitation in a nep pot might be a neat way to see if I could keep this species in my lowland tank.
Have any of you been able to make a new Ceph plant from a leaf or pitcher cutting? The leaf was cut near the rhizome with a scalpel, rootone & fungicide dusted and planted in cut live spahgnum moss. The leaf cutting is receiving the same watering & fertilizing regimen as the N. bical.
Any thoughts? Will this actually work? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img]