Hi everyone i'm pretty new to the forum. i used to have about 20 nepenthes but i went away and lost most of them now i only have 4. i have a n. Truncata, n. alata, n. miranda and a n. Maxima x Lowii. The have been going downhill lately especially my alata. I was wondering if anyone could give me some help on bringing them back to good health, also i'm not sure if i have the right soil mix, what would the best mix be?
This is my n. miranda, the leaves seem to be slowly curling up, it also has a few little lumps on its leaves. Lastly it hasnt had a pitcher in a long time and the tiny baby pitchers seem to be shriveling up before they have even started growing. This next pic is from when it was nice and healthy.
This is my n. truncata
The truncata has pretty much the same problems as the miranda and it also has some discoloration on some of the leaves, i will also add a pic of when it was healthy.
Next is my n. Maxima x Lowii
This one one is similar to the rest, its leaves are slightly curled and the pitchers don't seem to be developing.This next pic is what it use to look like.
Lastly is my n. Alata, well it was sold as an alata but it pitchers are a bit different to what i would expect but anyways what ever it is it is not in a good way, i have cut all the dead leaves of and i dont think its going to make it, im not sure whats wrong with it im thinking maybe the soil and it holding to much water. This is it all nice and healthy.
Also i'm not sure if the photos will work i'm not sure how to insert photos, this is my first post.
Any help will be very much appreciated