I had the SAME thing happen to all my Ceph's just last Fall.
They all had been in the same growing conditions for two years; same photo period, never a rest.
I decided that they were "tired". We've all heard the Ceph's don't need a proper dormancy, but now I'm not so sure...
Anyway, in the...
Everyone knows about starting a Ceph from division, root cutting, leaf pulling and even seed, but has anyone ever tried a stem cutting?
I trimmed four one-inch woody stems from a large typical that I thought were dead & dry. Turns out that they were still "moist" inside, so I planned them...
For me, trays are for catching draining water and keeps the water from going into the carpet.
I like to top-water; as the draining water (thanks Mister Gravity) pulls oxygen down into the soil.
Roots like that. :)
I've finally succeeded in growing (and propagating) it in dryer-than-usual conditions.
They've been flowering a lot for me too this summer. :)
They like a tad bit higher humidity than most of my other pings also.
Cephs are easier for me in my growing conditions. Heli's are a very different story:
I once had three species and hybrids of Heli's and they never produced one adult pitcher in 2½ years of "growing". I could not get my conditions both light enough and cool enough for Heli's I guess. Plus the...