Just an update on some of the plants.
Higlanders in the mist (the fog created when the lights come on in the morning as the air warms up)
Here's a picture of the N. rajahs after being seperated:
The main plant is on the left, the offset with flourite is in the middle and the offset with laterite on the far right
The N. hamata is fianlly settling in but I think I should remove the whole soil mass from the pot and add some LFS/bark underneath so it sits above the pot and the pot doesn't impede any new growth. the pitchers are a kilelr purple color. since I took the photo two days ago the peristome is even darker. woo woo!
The N. inermis was pretty unhappy until I put it in a plastic net pot and hung it from the side of the tank. Now it's making two pitcher buds after many months of doing nothing even in correct conditions.
The N. truncata made a huge pitcher, 2 times the size of the leaf it's on and with a lot of color! Plant:
The N. bical which had the growing top decapitated did not suffer as tragic an accident as I thought because two leaves later it's making new leafs nearly the same size look at the new growth tip I can't wiat to see it fully expanded!
Thanks to Tony and you others who told me to let it recover! Whew! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]