Well, this is pretty simple for now. Just a ten gallon tank with 2 sheets of plexiglass for a lid. Light comes from the window(East facing) and so far everything is cool. The pitchers "veins" were a tad more visible at first prolly because it was getting used to the humidity. That seems to have dissapeared now, but I won't be surprised if the pitcher keels over early.
You can see the ventricosa blood in this guy!
Any idea why this new tendril seems smaller?
This plant(Gubler nep) dried out and the pitcher it had attaced dried out too. I'm kinda surprised it survived and is still trying(notice that a new tendril is coming out...and also that there are pitchers on the end...don't think those will mature though). Wish it luck!
This 10 gallon will obviously soon be too small. I may use plexiglass to construct a larger one when the time comes(my Dad still doesn't believe the plants will eventually get large). Then, I'll just use this for a fishtank....LOL
how high should the permanent enclosure be? I would like it to grow tall, but I will be keeping it in bounds by doing a cutting every once in a while.