I mentioned in another thread that a store nearby came into possession of a bunch of neps that were a little rough, had no pitchers, and were really cheap. I just bought some of them that look like good cuttings candidates. They average under 8 bucks a pop. Here's a pic:
Two are N. alata x ventricosa, one is N. x Wrigleyana, and one is a N. x Koto "efflugent". The tall one is the Koto.
I have a bunch of lfs (I'm going to add vermiculite only), some 3.5 inch pots, some rooting gell, and when I get home from dinner tonight, I'm going nuts! Any last-minute tips? I'm going to take about three nodes per cutting, and leave the original plant with a couple or three. I'll put some vertical slits at the base of the stems, too. Then dip in the rooting gel and pot 'em up!