"Was"? Is there something I should know about? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]Originally Posted by [b
Lam_wn, all the plants in our lowland nurseries are under 80% shaecloth and sometimes additional 50% shadecloth over tender plants in the dry season, so that would be 90% at times. There are some surrounding trees that cast shade at certain times of the day, so we place plants accordingly since species prefer a lot more light than others.
The pots for stock plants are 30cm (12") in dia. *Since N. ampullaria like to send out lateral runners (is "runners" the right word?) then it's not ideal and the entire surface of the media in the pots becomes covered in a carpet of pitchers and the whole pot one mass of roots.
The plants outdoors are in the ground. *We've never dug one up to see how the roots have gone. I wonder if that may have a bearing on the flowering situation. *We'll be moving the nursery later this year so guess we will find out then.