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    This is what my ceph looked like when I received it in middle October of '04



    This is what it looks like now



    But it still is not showing the characteristic 'teeth' that you see on most. Is it still to inmature? Or should I change something.

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    it is still young, patience....
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    Sarracenia rosea?...don't be ridiculous!

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    what conditions do you have it in?
    It's like walking out a door and discovering it's a window.

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    In a small terrarium, about 80 F daytime 70F nighttime. Near 80% RH during the day and a little bit higher at night. Unknown what exactly the soil is, for I recieved it in the soil it is in. And its under fluorescent lights.
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    Maybe change the soil. I do not know my ceph was semi matre when I got it

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    I live in SE PA and am contemplating putting my Ceph outside from April 'til November. Can they take 50->90 degrees with ~20 degree day/night temp differential? Or are they best in a terarrium or window sill, open tray?

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    Jimscott, I've tried baking my Cephs outdoors in 100F and they refused to do just that. Instead they perked up from no leaves or pitchers (etiolated stem) to over 10 1" pitchers in just 2 months. Weird. But nice.

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    I donít know if this is relevant or not, but I remember someone posting on this forum a while back that former tissue cultured cephalotus have a tendency to resort back to their juvenile stage for a period of time.

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