I have got my talangensis in october 2007. Yet, as of now I haven't got a single pitcher on it. The growth is absolutely healthy. Tendrils extend. Leaves are all same size or getting bigger by little.
BTW...the top crown of 5 leaves has been grown in my conditions since I got it.
Humidity: 65% - 85%
Temp: 60-65F night | 85F day
Lighting: enough to make my ramispina, mira right beside this pot pitcher and thrive.
It has been growing quite steadily at the pace that has been approved by successful growers of this species. It looks pretty healthy in its foliage. However..... all the 4 leaves that have formed since tis arrival in october unpotted have buried themself in my layer of live LFS and are just sitting there without inflation. Can someone please shed light on this issue for me?
Now this species has been notorious for sitting there and doing absolutely nothing for a while. It is also supposedly among the plants that really resents repotting.