I have three healthy bicals cohabitating in a tank in my living room. *I read much about how fast they grow and I'm really not seeing it. *Mine grow nice healthy pitchers and then they blacken around the edges or the pitchers die off. *The plants aren't growing at an alarming rate, but they are clearly doing well.
My question is shouldn't the leaves be hanging around a bit longer? *The plants don't usually have more then three or four leaves at a time and when new ones grow in, an existing one seems to die off.
The tank is warm and humid and the conditions are good enough for them to be pitchering regularly *The rafflesiana in the tank is doing very well and the older leaves aren't dying nearly as fast as the bicals.