I have a Bicalcarata that Ive had in the same terrarium now for a very long time (over two years). Its conditions are now what I would call... optimal, and they have been for some time. It just shot out a leaf that scares me quite frankly. It's not even close to done unfolding or pitchering. It's a small terrarium, but the only one I have. This plant is such a bittersweet love affair of mine.
I plan to move back to Alaska in March, so I cannot redo its setup yet, but I have a feeling this leaf will bump into the glass, and the next will... well, who knows really.
This could be a redundant question but, what should I do? A larger terrarium will be ultimately harder to heat, and it will grow out of that, and they are expensive. I like this plant a lot but I almost appreciate keeping it on a slow growth pattern and with unideal conditions.
What would you guys do with your Bicalcarata problem child?