Hey everyone, after hearing many troubles of people growing Nepenthes Sibuyanensis, I experimented with my poor plant and Eureka!
I think I have hit the soft spot of Nepenthes Sibuyanensis. After horribly abusing it, it grew a horrible deformed leaf. Then after a lot of reading about that nep and several other similar species, I decided on a new course of action. I found out,
1.It likes lower lighting
2.Burying its tendigrils (spelling mistake) in LFSM results in pitchers
3.It does not need extremely cool temps
With these guidelines, my Sibuyanensis has thrived. It has already formed two pitchers in a row, very good considering that is has only produced one pitcher coming to my house two years ago. I do not know if it is relevant, but I poured coffee in its pot. Please reply about experiences with this plant species. BTW it does not grow in a terranium, but a bowl in a south facing window.