Has anyone else experienced their nepenthes going into what looks like a dormant stage? I have 2 N. albomarginata and one of them has developed a tight rosette of 'winter' looking leaves similar to the small non-carnivorous leaves produced by other cp's like Sarracenia in winter.
Dormant looking N. albomarginata:-- * *http://community.webshots.com/photo/...98026044MGAqEN
Previously it was growing very well as the older leaves show. None of my other nepenthes have shown this kind of behaviour.
Does anyone have any ideas as to why
Comparisan with my other N. albomarginata:-- * * * *http://community.webshots.com/photo/...98025326tORrtf
I noticed a post by agustinfranco, started on 24th oct 2003, regarding smaller new leaves on his nepenthes and the photo posted by Joachim Danz of his 'mite damaged' plant.
Could this be the same damage? And if so what do mites look like? (tiny red spiders??). I haven't noticed anything like that. If it is, what's the cure?