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    Im gettin a nepenthes inermis soon and im getting it from wistuba, who says it is an easy one to grow. I just need some instructions on how to Grow the bugger!
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    It's a highland so keep it cool at night 60-65F and humidity high 60-80% and plant in Sphagnum in my opinion . Also this palnt should be easy for you just be gentle with it as if it's coming from overseas to will be quite tramatized. But treat it as a true highland and what size will it be? 3-5 inches? If so palnt it in a 6-8 inch pot to start it off.

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    Nepenthes gracilis can I grow Inermis as an ultrahighland with nightly lows in the 50s? Thanks.

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    Nep G. Wistuba now has a distrobuter in the us, so he doesnt have to ship it overseas . I was planning on putting it in a 4 inch pot, is that okay?
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    Tim, it depends how big the plant is.

    So, how big is the plant?
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    4 inch pots should be fine. N. inermis Andreas shipped two months ago (to me :-) ) had an diameter of about 6-8cm / 2.5-3 inch. I hope you plan to grow them inside a terrarium. On a windowsill you'll kill them in very few days as they aren't hardened of for this and I do suspect this could be done successfully for N. inermis.

    Standard Nepenthes soil mix should be fine for N. inermis. Even only after two months I would say they do grow much faster than most other highland species.

    Joachim

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    I was thinking how much I like the Inermis pitchers but the only ones I've seen are uppers, whats a baby inermis pitcher look like? Anyone got a photo of theirs they could put up?

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    Virus, yeah you can, most any other highland can be Ultrahighlands! I am goign to try N.inermis that way someday. Anyone else care to vioce thier thgouhts on Inermis as an Ultrahighland?

    Timbudtwo, message me on the dist. I would be interested in it.

    Swords ask Tony about an Inermis picture. He has some Inermis at his G-house, and to think I got to see it in person. but yeah he should have a picture of it, probably will post it up for you.

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