So a few months ago, TF member Dexenthes (Filipino journey here!) was generous enough to distribute quite a lot of Nepenthes seed from the Philippines. I received seeds of N. attenboroughii (119!) and N. nov. spec. Mingan (55) in March. This was my first success with Nepenthes seed, after about eight previous attempts. All were sown on March 7th, the day received, on 1:1 chopped long fiber sphagnum, perlite with a topping of live Sphagnum under solid lowland conditions. The first signs of germination were from N. attenboroughii after 2 weeks, with almost all of them germinating within 4 weeks. The N. nov. spec. Mingan took quite a bit longer and the germination rate was much poorer overall (6 seedlings as of this morning) but the ungerminated seeds still look good. After the first pitchers appeared in both pots, they were moved onto the highland rack (~1 month ago). Since then, I have been diligently ignoring them to focus on finals, but a week ago I did remove a lot of the live sphagnum engulfing them.
N. nov. spec. Mingan, 6 seedlings
N. attenboroughii sown too densely
N. nov. spec. Mingan - already eating springtails
Attenbabies - still some germinating after 3 months
I would be extremely interested in seeing what everyone else's seeds have done.