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    Nepenthes with aerial basal rosette

    Makes total sense. It's been a while since it's been like this, but it just gave me a pitcher that I dropped an osmocote into. =) My thought about replanting it was to hopefully encourage new basal growth... but I guess once it's tall enough I'll just take more cuttings and start more. =) Thanks!
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    Nepenthes with aerial basal rosette

    Hi All, I have a many year old Nepenthes (I believe it's a ventrata, but I honestly am not sure (a subject for another thread)). A few years back, it was vining and got knocked over and broken. I took what cuttings I could salvage, and potted them up, but the main "plant" had nothing left but a...
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    Nepenthes aerial basal rosette.jpg

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    New Ceph, in LFS, transplanting in a couple months

    Yeah, I'm well aware, and scared, of the transplant shock. They're currently in a large glass dome (like this: https://www.etsy.com/listing/121895603/tree-of-life-live-moss-tree-terrarium). So they're pretty good there. Should I try separating them at this age, or wait until they're more adult...
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    Screen Shot 2018-12-17 at 10.47.44 AM.jpg

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    New Ceph, in LFS, transplanting in a couple months

    Here's what it currently looks like. Coloration is all from last few weeks under a "cheap" LED (MiracleLED blue, "150W"). They're meh. Inner "ring" is the plastic drinking cup. When I got it, it was more like:
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    2018-12-17 10.38.29.jpg

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    New Ceph, in LFS, transplanting in a couple months

    Hey All, I recently got a TC Ceph off ebay (my first one) and so far, it's doing quite well. It came in a plastic drink cup (clear, with holes punched in bottom and sides) planted in LFS and some perlite. I threw it in a larger pot held in place with some more LFS, and then in a small glass...
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