I need to pick the brains of some of the nepenthes veterans regarding spotting/speckling of a pitcher.
The one in question is a N. Mirabilis. It was advertised as a speckled mirabilis but for the most part it just looks like a regular mirabilis and when I asked the vendor he said it was from a higher elevation than where I am at and if I let the nights get colder that the spots would come out.
Just looking at it I can see what looks like spots on the inside of the pitchers but not the outside.
I believe the vendor so that is not an issue for me....is this one of those deals where I just have to let the plant get older maybe?
here are a couple pics below: