In general, the TC plants from The Nepenthes Nursery tend to produce more basal shoots at an earlier age than my seed grown plants. I'm wondering if tissue culture (TC) plants tend to do this more often than seed grown plants. When my plants get bigger and start draping over the edge of the pots, this will spurn basal shoot growth. Especially if they're not staked upright. Has anyone else had this experience with their TC plants. Especially from Wistuba?? And this isn't just limited to more vigorous plants like N. alata, N. maxima, etc. Things like N. lowii and N. mira have shot small basals when young and they're fairly slow growers.
Thanks as always,
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