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Thread: Nepenthes take their sweet time

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    The only nep that has never freezed on me is bical. even when I took it out of it's terrarium (very high temps and humidity, both in the 90's all the time) and put it in my new grow area (temps in the 70's-80's and humidity just above 50%) it never stopped at all or lost any pitchers.

    On the other hand N. Clippedia seems to take years to settle in.
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    clippedia?
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    Maybe did you mean clipeata?

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    I've also noticed that my Neps HATE to be moved. Even if the conditions are only slightly different, they'll get stubborn and stop growing for a while. This is why I'm hoping that my relatively new (and stable!) setup will aid in coaxing my plants into full-time, healthy growth.

    There's a guy on these forums who runs that website "Nepenthes Around The House" and I use it all the time for information. I'm kicking myself for not remembering his screenname! So whoever you are, if you come into this thread, some tips on acclimating Nepenthes to different conditions would be much appreciated!

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