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    Here you can see both upper and lower...




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    Martin had posted a picture of his that looked only slightly larger than mine and the pitchers were starting to flare open more. I am suspecting that they will go into upper pitcher mode at a fairly young age.
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    And tada!

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    Cool - thanks Tony!

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    i was planning on giving it high humidity then slowly lowering it down to waht i grow my ventrosicas at. My room has a pretty good humidity in the first place so i dont think i should have a problem.
    Oh boy.

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    The leaves on inermis seem to be fairly thick and waxy. I think it would be worth a try at least to see how it does.
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    Although a true highland plant, this species is fairly easy, and will endure daytime highs
    up to 30 C, with overnight lows of 17 C. However, I suspect that it is more comfortable
    in a range of 25 to 10 C. It is fairly vigorous, and produces a number of basal shoots when
    vines get long. I have not found it easy to root cuttings however; all attempts so far have
    failed. It may be a good candidate for airlayering.

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    whats air layering

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