Sorry I've been keeping so quiet lately. My fiance and I are finally moving ahead with wedding plans and I'm teaching a 10% overload this semester. So busy! I have a big update in the works though.
I did want to see if anyone could help me with a bit of a mystery. I've had a Nepenthes glabrata for about 5 months now. Despite making plenty of new leaves in that time, it has never produced a pitcher. It also didn't have any pitchers when I first got it.
I've been keeping this plant in my highland rack, sitting right next to my lowii. I thought glabrata was supposed to be an easy, reliable pitcherer. It sad to see that even my PITA lowii and talangensis make pitchers on a regular basis, while this one does nothing. Thoughts?
RH: 70% night, 90% daytime
Temps: Nightly low 60F, Daytime high 79F