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Thread: Windowsill growers - number of healthy pitchers at once?

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    I get the same thing with most species, 1 or 2 pitchers at a time. My fusca currently has 4 though. Something about this plant makes it perfect for my shelf. Can't imagine what. also, 'sabre' had 5 in the summer. Here's how they are right now:
    'sabre' O unless you count the fat, tiny-lid mutants that are basically spherical.
    fusca 4
    macfarlanei 1 (new plant, but looks like it'll be like fusca)
    maxima 1
    ovata 0
    ventri x talangensis 0
    talangensis 0
    truncata 1 that never opened all the way...
    pilosa x veitchii 2
    rafflesiana 0
    spectabilis 0
    aristo 0
    all the ones with 0s now are forming pitchers with the new gigantic MH I've added, except aristo and talangensis... predictably. Probably the biggest factor is light, followed by humidity.
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    My N. chaniana x veitchii has 5 pitchers open with 2 more on there way.
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    My N. Hamata has 2 with one on the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Its_a_friday View Post
    ventrata - 0
    miranda - 0

    It's kind of depressing growing a ventrata or a miranda that don't pitcher at all but are growing quite nicely

    Amen to that one. I'm in that boat right along with ya.

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