I cannot believe it.I was not used to see Nepenthes die so fast and without giving an advice!
This was the story:
I bought the Nep from www.bestcarnivorousplants.com on 3 th June and on 4 th June it was already in its peat moss, dried sphagnum,coconuts chips and perlite.
The plant after some days begun to grow without any problems.
I keep track all my plants serveral times every day.
Mikey finished to develope a pitcher and begun to develope another until ONE DAY I noticed that the plants was in really bad stage!
Without loosing time I put her outside the terrarium because the first thing I though was : " man..maybe so high temperatures are too much for this highlander ".
But even outside in less than a couple of days it became all marrow !!! Nothing to do, nothing to save!
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Is that possible?
A friend of mine after having a look to the photos told me that most probably the plant is not died to high temperatures but simply because a " error process of cellular duplication ".
For you it is possible such thing?
Milan - ITALY