So, while on the whole, my nepenthes are being happy pitcher-making machines. But I do have a couple exceptions that just have me scratching my head.
Example A: Miranda
Example B: Ventricosa Red
Madagascarenisis is doing the same thing, it just can't even keep the tiny ones alive so I cut them off and therefore have no pictures.
You can see it's not little lid syndrome...
They're all outside plants and I live in Florida, so it's generally hot and humid out.
I don't feed or fertilize them at all.
The Miranda basal supercedes the mother plant and should be making equivelent or larger pitchers instead of those cuties.
And when I got my Ventricosa, the pitchers looked like this
Maybe an inch smaller, but same color and shape.
Help would be appreciated