So in the past few months, this plant has frozen all growth.
All the pitchers stopped growing, and it didnt move.
THen, three Leaves with developing pitchers shot out
of the growth point at once. these 3 have continued growing and are producing massive pitchers. See below.
The new developing tendrils are not normal. This is why im here asking for help.
If anybody can give advice to whats going on with this plant.. I would be very grateful.
I have heard everything from Heat stress, mutation, and growth point splitting.
This is a BE clone, Nepenthes Spectabilis X Aristo.
Conditions : Temps: Night 55 F , Day 70F-80F
Humidity 82-62 day
Light - 4 T5Ho
Is ANY of this normal? I really love this plant
and dont want to get rid of it.. but If its too warm,
thats what Im going to have to do.
Pitcher 2 and 3. The largest Ive ever had on Any plant.
The inner growing node. Note the brown and non moving pitchers. The 3 warped leaves
In the center of the plant are the currently growing pitchers. the 3 that grew out together.
The newest growing tendril and unknown secondary growth point.
What is going on here and is there any way to save this plant