I'll try to get some pics later today when I'm home from work.
Friday, my plants finally arrive via mail. The USPS beat the hell out of them and the pots were all cracked, so I immediately transplanted them into some 6" pots. I can't find ANY unfertilized perlite or silica non-play sand around here, so I was forced to use straight peet as I was finally able to find some of that un-fertilized.
The plants remained in their original soil. I simply filled the new pot, dumped the old pot out, soil and plant as one, and placed it right into the new soil. I covered the top with LFS.
Many of the plants were in pretty bad shape, but have perked up, especially the VFTs. However, my 2 neps are dying.
They are dying from the top down. After the first night, the leaves were withered. After a couple more nights, they've started to turn yellow. However, the leaves on the bottom seem to be completely fine. There are no bugs or fertilizers. They are being watered with rain water and let drip out of the bottom.
These plants are kept on my balcony railing. They receive full sun since it is a south west facing balcony. The first night, it got down to 40-50F. Since then, it's always been 70-80F.
They came unlabeled, but they can only be 1 of 2 species. Either Nepenthes rafflesiana or Nepenthes ventricosa or 1 of each. The pitchers seem to look similar to Nepenthes rafflesiana, but it's hard to tell since they're so young and small. 1 Plant has roughly 3/4-1 inch pitchers. The other has perhaps 1/4 inch pitchers. The smaller one is definately in much worse condition then the larger one.