I noticed yesterday that the growth tip on my N. lowii x campanulata was turning black. After freaking out, I hoped for the best -- at least I could resort to the basal, right? Just five minuted ago I found the basal's growth tip turning black!
I know the person I got it from is gonna see this, so just know it is/was one of my favorites and I cared for it well. It got the same conditions as 35-40 other Nepenthes, same watering and light. Lowii x spectabilis growing right next to it, also.
The leaves are great and solid, so I don't think it would be root rot. The most recent leaf was massive, even.
***So basically, what can I do to make it not die?***
The growth tips are both 1/2" or less out of the last leaf and they have dark gray tones mixed with a bit of green. No completely black areas, just tinted blackish on the growth tips.