A lot of neps, while liking moisture, also like well-draining media...sort of like an orchid. You don't want to keep them too soggy. However it will vary by species/hybrid....I'm sure others could confirm that or go into more depth on watering. I am not a nep expert!
My personal experience with Lowes neps are that they are often ventricosa...easy to grow. I do believe there are other types they sell as well (in fact I thought there was a thread that listed the various types that have been found at Lowes.) But I doubt you will ever find anything rare there. Those you have to chase down and have $$$! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] Also its often hard to ID a nep if they are very young plants with juvenile pitchers. Once they mature a little, the pitchers will show more of their true form. Took me a while to get my first ventricosa IDed.
I just wanted to mention the water thing in case watering them every day might keep them too wet and rot the roots.
Do you remember me telling you, that it wouldn't be long before you had a BUNCH of CPs? lol Yup...the addiction set in quickly... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]