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    Nepenthes Specialist nepenthes gracilis's Avatar
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    Hey everyone, my S.Flava var. Flava looks light deprived. But my S.Leucophylla doesn't! :o Wierd huh? If anyone would like a picture of how it looks post your request to help me out! Thanks! Nep.G.

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    post a pic =D

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    Hey Nepenthes Gracilis,

    Post a pic. This plant does best outdoors with full sun on a natural photoperiod.

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    I will CP2k.

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    Hey CP2k, here is the Flava pics I promised from our trade a while back. It is VERY HEATLHY but I think it may be light deprived. The S.Leucophylla (also have a picture of) is groiwng right beside it with NO problems. very interresting. Here they are anyhow. The first 3 are the Flava and the last is the Leucophylla with 2 large pitcher coming up nice and tall. Enjoy! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]




    You can see all the Flava pictures fairly well. The Leucophylla picture is harder to see. The big two glowing white wedges (from sunlight reflection) are the pitcher nice tall and straight.

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    You know those non-pitcher leaves are called phyllodia, right? They're usually produced in late summer and remain through dormancy.

    Where are you keeping the plant? Put it in as bright a spot as possible, or outside.
    Chris

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    Is that a stalk with plain, flat leaves coming out of it?

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    You should give this plant more sunlight. I am growing it along with S.purpurea venosa that is very red. These plants do not make the best windowsill plants because they require a lot of light.

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