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    New Pitcher Plant

    Hey guys, I just got a new Pitcher Plant from my grandma yesterday and I want your opinions on how to care for it.

    Right now I just repotted 2 of the smalleset uhhh...*base? into a peat/perlite mixture.
    It is currently sitting on a bright shadey cabinet out on the balcony in 55% humidity.



    Here is one of the pitchers, this is the biggest one.
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    Pitcher plants are awesome. It looks like it's doing well. :3
    For ages 3 and up.

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    Do you know the name of it? is it a lowlander or a highlander?

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    it doesn't look familiar. I guess we just have to wait and see how the pitcher forms. But welcome to CP's.

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    First off, that is a Nepenthes, not a Sarracenia. That should help you find correct care for it. I've moved this topic to the correct forum.
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    I found it in a humid greenhouse so it i guess its a lowlander...i think


    Thanks adnedarn

    is anybody else gonna help me?
    Last edited by adnedarn; 06-20-2007 at 04:09 PM. Reason: merged posts
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    Well peanut, if you cant give us a name of the plant, the type or even a picture that had a bigger pitcher we cant tell you much.

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    It's a Ventrata.
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