It is a tiny plant I recently acquired that looks like it has never pitchered. *The leaves do not look consistent, much less good. *
I "know" that my soil mixture is wrong, as of last night. *I'm using peat. *I got that from Savage Garden, I think. *It was one of my two books anyway. *My confidence is high on that one. *
I "know" that the northiana needs "highland" conditions, as of last night. *What? *I got that information from a legitimate nepenthes expert here in Florida who was nice enough to e-mail me back with a tip that might help explain why the northiana is my worst looking plant. *So, I guess my confidence is high on that also -- except that it's a darn "lowland" plant, I thought. *Function versus formalism strikes again? *
Anything else? *Am I right so far?
As I mentioned at the top, it's a tiny little plant that has not pitchered yet. *The leaves are growing in some strange shapes. *It has some rusty spotting. *As you might have seen on the Weather Channel, or heard in my other posts, we've had good "lowland" conditons in Central Florida. * *[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img]