I've heard that in N. Rajah, their pitchers can benefit from having a firm bed of moss to rest on and develop. I was wondering if this would hold true for all terrestrial pitcher plants, and or lower pitchers. Specifically for N. Bicalcarata. The Bicals are swamp plants that at least start wiht a hearty base of lower pitchers that dominate that ground below them. So I look at my relatively small plant and wonder if it's lower pitchers couldn't use to have at least something to rest upon.
I mean it only seems natural, since lower pitchers are designed to be hunters on the ground. Has anybody noticed any difference between their lower pitchers preferably in the smae species or even more preferable in N.Bicalcarata when they are grown wiht contact to the ground or whenjust grown hanging?
I have high hopes for this next lower pitcher, it looks like i tshould be a beauty.