as my plants do mature and start to climb, they normally do produce one single basal offshot. Exceptions from this rule were N. ventricosa, its hybrids and N. gracilis which did produce at least two. Other Nepenthes like N. fusca, N. carunculata, N. gymnamphora, N. talangensis, etc. do only produce one - and of course, I'd like to get more for experiments or trade. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
So, what are the reasons or factors for producing multiple offshots, do Nepenthes in the wild produce multiple offshots and will a Nepenthes immediately produce a new one after cutting of an existing one?