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Thread: Nepenthes sibuyanensis

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    One pitcher could take about a week or two to form for a ventrata, that's the rate of my ventricosas. But they can work on more than one pitcher at a time, too.

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    alata x ventricosa. or Ventrata. they are the same thing =]

    itll be happy with windowsill humidity. just be sure its properly watered and it gets lots of light!

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    well i guess it depend on your humidity

    my humidity on my windowsill is usually 50%-60% and 70%-90% at night. But with the unusual hot temperatures lately is bringing down my humidity some.

    My ceph seems to be doing fine with this humidity as well as my Sang and Judith Finn. My Glabrata and Sibu x Hamata are still acclimating so I don't know yet. Glabrata has made 2 new leaves except for 1 is slightly smaller but other than that only a couple leaves died since I got it. And the Lady Pauline cutting I got from Jimmy is doing very well making leaves with pitcher stubs. =) So I guess it all depends on your humidity in your area. You should try getting a thermometer with a humidity gauge and see what it tells you

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    any easy way to determine humidity without those Hygrometer?
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    nope lol

    3 bucks at lowes comes with thermometer and humidity gauge

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    sooo... anyone know how long it would take for a new leaf to finish forming and finish pitchering? i wouldnt want to wait like 2 months looking at a normal non carnivorous plant that only weired people collect because everyone knows that every normal human being collects carnivorous plant
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    Quote Originally Posted by upper View Post
    i wouldnt want to wait like 2 months
    You're in the wrong hobby then!

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    i just started with a nep i heard they grow pretty fast, so i didnt expect 2 month to develop a leaf with a pitcher o_O especially when i have to grow it indoor.
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