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    Judith Finn ?

    I posted a while back in regards to one of my Judith Finns that had turned black in the middle....I was told to cut off the black part and see what happens. I did that and this is what happened:



    I am so new to Nepenthes that I dont know what it is doing but Im sure it is not new leaves because my other 2 have never looked like that before.

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    I looks like the start of two new growth points. Exactly what you want to happen if your plant was rotting on previous growth point. Twice as many pitchers, now!

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    GREAT! Thats the kind of news I was looking for! I had given up on this one so thanks to everyone that gave me such good advice!

    So will it turn into 2 differnt plants that can be seperated?
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    Not really, it will just be a bifurcation in the same plant.
    You can "separate" them though by taking cuttings when it grows out more
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    bifurcation

    Havent got a clue what your talking about.....
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    you know what a fork in the road looks like? Thats a bifurcation.
    Its when one thing splits into two things, that are still attached at the base.
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    Gotcha, thanks for putting that in lamens terms for me.

    Im excited to watch it grow, thanks for all the info!
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    okay! I am a little confused here...isn't the nepenthes growth point the topmost new leaf that is starting on the plant's long stem?? becos in my ventrata I don't see any ground level growth.

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