I'm curious as to what (if anything) could be wrong with my ventricosa.
I've had it since about Jan/Feb and it's only making pitchers about 1/2" tall but when I got it it had a few (dried out) pitchers that were about 3" tall on 10"+ leaves. This was a 3 foot long vine cutting which the orchid shop had rooted in NZ spagnum. I Cut it down (made some cuttings and gave the to my pals) and then the main rooted part I kept and all the new leaves from the growth nodes are short, only about 4" long with those tiny pitchers. They are fully formed pitchers and they open up like on my other nep pitchers but they're just sad looking -a housefliy is almost bigger!
It's being kept with my other neps in the following environment:
29 Gallon terrarium 30" L x 18" H x 12" D
80 watts of daylight & coolwhite bulbs (4x20 watts)
75*-85* F night and day
Will the plant eventually even itself out as these growth nodes age or is something wrong here?
I CAN see the roots winding round at the bottom of the clear deli pot it's in-should I repot and things will improve or are there dedicated highland species of ventricosa and I need to let it chill at night?
Thanks for any thoughts!